The AMCE429-x card is a member of AIM’s family of PCI Express based PMC-Mezzanine (IEEE1386.1) modules targeted for embedded ARINC429 applications.
The card is designed to meet or exceed vibration requirements as specified in ANSI/VITA 47 for class V3. It is also designed to meet the shock requirements specified in ANSI/VITA 47 for class OS2.
All cards are conduction cooled Rear I/O cards and have the capability to handle up to 32 ARINC429 channels with a maximum of 8 Open/Ground Avionics Level (+35V) Discrete Inputs and 8 Open/Ground Avionics Level (+35V) Discrete Outputs signals in addition to Trigger I/O.
With the provided onboard flash memory the components boot up autonomously after power up. Therefore the cards are well prepared for embedded applications requiring fast and autonomous boot up to operational mode.
An onboard IRIG-B analogue time decoder is included with free-wheeling mode for time tag synchronisation. AIM’s PMC card uses the latest AIM Common Hardware Core derived from the existing AXC429-x ARINC429 test and simulation interface, to deliver low power consumption and high performance for rugged environments and embedded applications.