VMIVME-7750-734001 | GE | VME single board computer | VMIVME-7750-734001


VMIVME-7750-734001 | GE | VME single board computer | VMIVME-7750-734001

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  VMIVME-7750 Other names:

Input/output module VMIVME-7750

VMIVME-7750 Editable Controller

Analog module VMIVME-7750

VMIVME-7750 control unit

VMIVME-7750 is based on Intel ® Pentium ® The VME single board computer with the III processor uses CAMG68000 as the MPU, adopts the international standard VMEbus bus, and is equipped with a variety of module types and a Versados real-time multitasking operating system. Its core is the real-time multitasking software RMS68K. The compact structure of VME single board computers is very suitable for industrial process control, data acquisition, and laboratory control, while also facilitating the formation of distributed control systems.

Among them, the VMIVME-7750 general-purpose motor single board computer has high integration, integrating multiple motor control related functions on a compact board, reducing system complexity. It adopts a high-performance processor that can quickly process complex motor control algorithms and data, and provides multiple interfaces such as digital input/output, analog input/output, serial communication, etc., making it easy to communicate and connect with external devices. In addition, the single board computer also supports various energy-saving technologies, which can reduce the energy consumption of the motor and reduce the impact on the environment.VMIVME-7750

In addition, the VMIVME-7750 single board computer is equipped with a high-performance PowerPC processor, which has excellent computing power and multitasking capabilities, and can meet the needs of complex applications. It supports large capacity memory and storage devices, provides rich I/O interfaces, facilitates users to connect various peripherals and sensors, and realizes data collection, transmission, and control. At the same time, the computer also has high reliability and stability, can operate stably in harsh environments, and has powerful fault detection and recovery mechanisms.

MVME2100 is another high-performance single board computer module based on the VME bus standard, which also uses a PowerPC processor and provides rich I/O interfaces and expansion slots. It has excellent computing power and stability, suitable for various applications in industrial automation, communication, military, aerospace and other fields.

In addition to the above models, the VME single board computer series also has fully reinforced models, which have stronger shock and collision resistance capabilities and a wider operating temperature range, suitable for extremely harsh operating environments. For example, the Emerson Network Energy’s wider temperature range version of the MVME8100 single board computer can operate in a temperature range of -40 degrees Celsius to+85 degrees Celsius and can withstand up to 10G of vibration force.

  Comprehensive diagnosis

• Optional disable local boot

The dual boot option allows users to choose between network or local boot serial ports: VMIVME-7710 has two 16550 compatible serial ports on the front panel. The serial channel has a 16-b FIFO that supports a baud rate of up to 115 Kbaud. Two micro-DB-9 to yte standard DB-9 adapters, GE Fanuc P/N 360 motherboard, and mouse connectors are required. The Y-adapter cable is an option that allows n I/O spaces, and when connected from the ller to a high-performance PCI to VME interface configuration, it is completely a non sliding interrupt (NMI).

  Programming provides arbitration: GL) priority (PRI) 010050-001.

Keyboard and mouse ports: VMIVME-7750 includes a comb shaped PS/2 keyb.

Flash: VMIVME-7750 provides up to 1 GB of IDE CompactFlash memory, which can be accessed through the secondary ID port. The VMIVME-7.70 BIOS includes a board that starts from flash memory.

 Timer: VMIVME-7750 provides users with two 16 bit timers and two 32-bit timers (excluding system timers). These timers are mapped through software programming.VMIVME-7750(2)

 Watchdog Timer: VMIVME-7750 provides a software programmable watchdog timer. The watchdog timer is enabled under software control. Once the watchdog timer is enabled, the software must access the timer within the specified timer cycle, otherwise a timeout will occur. User jumper allows timeout, resulting in reset. Independent of the jumper, the software can cause VMEbus SYSFAIL due to watchdog timeout.
Non volatile SRAM: VMIVME-7750 provides 32 Kbytes of non volatile SRAM. The content of SRAM is to pre interrupt or remove the+5V power supply from the unit.
PMC Expansion Site: VMIVME-7750 supports IEEE P1386 Universal Mezzanine Card Specification and 5V PCI Mezzanine Card (PMC) Expansion Site. The PMC site provides standard I/O for the VMEbus front panel. Optional I/VMEbus P2 connections can be provided. For more information on PMC modules and compatibility, please contact GE Fanuc Embedded Systems.

Universal Serial Bus (USB): VMIVME-7750 provides a front panel dual connection hub host controller for USB.

The supported USB features include synchronous data transfer, asynchronous messaging, self identification of peripheral devices, and dynamic (hot) connections.

VMEbus interface: VMIVME-7750 VMEbus interface is based on Universe IIB hi Newbridge/ondra.

System controller: The VMEbus system controller function allows the board to operate as a slot 1 controller, or it may be disabled when another board is used as a system controller. The system controller can be in the following cyclic (RRS) single-layer (S) mode. The system controller provides SYSCLK driver, IACK * daisychain driver, and VMEbus access timeout timer. If BBSY * is not seen within the specified time after sending the BGOUT * signal, the system controller also provides arbitration timeout.

VMEbus requester: The microprocessor can use any request line (BR3 * to BR0 *) of VMEbus under software control to request and obtain control of the bus.VMIVME-7750(1)

The request program can be programmed to operate in any of the following modes: release on request (ROR) release on completion (RWD) VMEbus capture and hold (BCAP)

Email: The VMEbus interface provides four 32-bit email addresses that can be accessed by microprocessors and VMEbus, which provides inter processor communication. When VMEbus accesses a mailbox, the mailbox can interrupt the microprocessor.

 Interrupt handler: The interrupt handler monitors and can be programmed to respond to any or all VMEbus IRQ * lines. All normal VMEbus interrupts can be mapped to PCI INTA # or SERR # interrupts.

This includes: mailbox interrupt VMEbus interrupt VMEbus interrupt IACK cycle (confirming interrupts issued by VMIVME-7750 VMEbus), all interrupts related to error handling VMEbus can be mapped to PCI INTA # or SERR #. Note: PCI SERR # starts SBC NMI.

This includes: ACFAIL * interrupt BERR * interrupt SYSFAIL. The interrupt handler has a corresponding STATUS/ID register for each IRQ * interrupt. Once the handler receives an IRQ *, it will request VMEbus, and once granted, it will execute that level of IACK loop. Once the IACK loop is completed and the STATUS/ID is stored in the corresponding ID register, set the appropriate interrupt status bit in the internal status register and generate a PCI interrupt. PCI interrupts can be mapped to PCI INTA # or SERR #.

 Interrupt: An interrupt can be issued on any or all of the seven VME bus interrupt lines (IRQ7 * to IRQ1 *) under software control. A common ID register is associated with all interrupt lines. During the interrupt confirmation cycle, the interrupter issues an ID to the interrupt handler. Interrupters can be programmed to generate PCI INTA # or SERR # interrupts when the VMEbus interrupt handler confirms the software generated VMEbus.

 Byte swapping: Intel 80×86 series processors use Littleendian format. In order to adapt to other VMEbus modules that transmit data in large end formats, such as the 680×0 processor series, VMIVME-7750 includes byte switching hardware. This provides independent byte swapping for both the master interface and the slave interface. The byte exchange between the main interface and the slave interface is under software control. VMIVME-7750 is based on Intel ® Pentium ® The VME single board computer VMIVME-7710 with the III processor supports high-throughput DMA transfer of bytes, words, and long words in both master and slave configurations. If endian conversion is not required, we provide a special “bypass” mode that can be used to further improve throughput. (Not applicable for byte transfer.)

Main interface: MA32: MBLT32: MBLT64 (A32: A24: A16: D32: D16: D8 (EO): BLT32) The VMEbus main interface provides nine independent memory windows for VMEbus resources. Each window has a separate configuration register for mapping PCI transfers to VMEbus (i.e. PCI base address, window size, VMEbus base address, VMEbus access type, VMEbus address/data size, etc.).

 The maximum/minimum window sizes for the nine windows are as follows: window minimum size maximum size 0, 4 4 KB 4 GB 1 to 3, 5 to 7 64 KB 4 GB special cycle 64 MB 64 MB slave interface: memory access SAD032: SD32: SBLT32: SBLT64 (A32: A24: A16: D32: D16: D8 (EO): BLT32) VMEbus slave interface provides eight independent memory windows for PCI resources. Each window has a separate configuration register for mapping VMEbus transfers to the PCI bus (i.e. VMEbus base address, window size, PCI base address, VMEbus access type, VMEbus address/data size, etc.).

The maximum/minimum window sizes for the eight windows are as follows: minimum window size maximum size 0, 4 4 KB 4 GB 1 to 3, 5 to 7 64 KB 4 GB. In addition, each window can be programmed to operate in coupled or decoupled mode. In decoupling mode, this window utilizes write to post FIFO and/or read pre fetch FIFO to improve system performance. In coupling mode, FIFO is bypassed and VMEbus transactions are directly coupled to the PCI bus (i.e., transfers on VMEbus are not completed until they are completed on the PCI bus).

Enhanced bus error handling: Provides an enhancement to the bus error handling function of the Universe chip. Provide latches and registers to allow SBC to read VMEbus addresses that cause bus errors in all modes. The support for Universe chips is limited to decoupling mode. Provides support for bus cycle timeouts and bus error assertions. The board can be configured to assert bus errors when timeout occurs, regardless of its status as a system controller. Only when the Universe chip is a system controller will it assert a bus error. In addition, the board can be configured to assert interrupts when the bus cycle expires. The operating system and software support VMIVME-7750 provides embedded features beyond PC/AT functionality. These features are supported by General Electric Fanuc embedded system software products, which are aimed at developers integrating General Electric Fanuc embedded system SBC, I/O boards, and workstations into the system. Windows XP/Windows 2000 and VxWorks are the most common operating systems supported by GE Fanuc embedded system software products. Windows XP/Windows 2000: IOWorks ® A software family is a set of software components that can work together or individually, providing a complete development environment for any application in the Windows XP/Windows 2000 operating system. VMISFT-9422 VMEbus Access for Windows XP/Windows 2000 ™: The VMEbus access product is designed specifically for accessing the advanced VMEbus access architecture of VMIVME-7750.

VMEbus Access runs on Windows XP/Windows 2000, which is both complex and easy to use. The feature library, VMEbus toolset, and open architecture provided by VMEbus Access make it one of the most powerful products in the market today. It provides compatibility with the existing General Electric Fanuc embedded system VME PC platform, as well as compatibility with future VME PC system platforms created by General Electric Fanuc embedded systems. The VMEbus Access development package provides you with everything you need to develop applications for VME operations. This software package includes VMEmanager ™ The function library and four utilities allow you to easily configure VMEbus, dynamically monitor VMEbus activity, manage VMEbus data, and use DDE client applications. VMEbus Access provides powerful tools for developing, debugging, and monitoring VMEbus applications, as well as improving VMEbus performance.

The flexible design of VMEbus Access allows you to treat it as a standalone solution or use it to open your VMEbus operations to the IOWorks product suite. VMEbus Access operates the hardware behind the scenes. With VMEbus Access, you can develop applications in most programming environments or use existing applications developed in these environments. For example, VMEbus Access enables your VMEbus to recognize applications developed in popular programming environments such as • IOWorks Manager ™• LabVIEW • Citect • Wonderware InTouchVisual IOWorks ®• Visual Basic ® Visual C++ ® D • VxWorks operating system support – VMISFT-7428 board support package: VMISFT-7428 is a certified board support package (BSP) provided by Wind River Systems, Inc. for GE Fanuc Embedded Systems series computers based on VME Pentium processors, which require running VxWorks OS. Using SBC, VxWorks, BSP, and 4

VMIVME-7750 is based on Intel ® Pentium ® Other VME devices implemented by the GE Fanuc embedded system on VME single board computers with III processors can be used for various applications, including real-time factory automation, analog instruments, measurement, ion and control, as well as process control and software.

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Without the need for any GE: Military ARIS OS provides industry wide rted I/O boards and new uc POSIXivers ent; Or according to the specifications of 6U. 3mm m2 and -12VDC,

Can be used for the following operating temperatures: C) measured outside the radiator is%, non dense surface (3 to 0), ROR, RWD, BCAP dle r:, IRQ7 * to IRQ1 * r: le (4 to 1024 µ s) signal, type 1 and 2 TBF: 118633 hours (Bellcore) monitoring. BSP is connected to VxWorks OS, thus allowing software applications created by Wind River Systems, Inc. to be loaded and run on the specific GE Fa embedded system SBC hardware used.

Serial ports, parallel ports, keyboards, text mode videos, and Ethernet transceivers are all supported, as well as floppy and IDE hard drives that can be connected to computers. Bo BSP provides flash boot, NVRAM, and timer support. BSP allows VxWorks applications to access the VME bus. When the hardware includes single cycle and block transfers using DMA devices, they are supported by BSP and communicate with the processor of the mailbox register. Supports VMEbus interrupt handling and error handling. Due to the fact that VMEbus environments typically contain mixtures of devices from different manufacturers, byte swapping functionality is provided to allow for correct bidirectional data sharing.

QNX operating system support – VMISFT-7427 BSP provides QNX support, including VMEb manager, user API, and configuration files required to run QNX BSP on VMIVME-7xxx SBC products of GE Fanuc embedded systems. This BSP provides customizable VME bus access. The QNX operating system provides a computing platform suitable for real-time applications on VMIVME-7xxx SBC. QNX provides a real-time and scalable POSIX operating system for application programmers. The VMISFT-7417 from General Electric Fanuc Embedded Systems aims to port QNX’s x86 operating system to the VMIVME-7xxx platform. This combination provides a self hosted development environment that runs entirely on VMIVME external host systems. The Solaris operating system supports VMISSFT-7426 Board Support Pack, which includes everything necessary to install the Intel version of the Solaris operating system (available separately from Sun Microsystems Inc.) onto the VMIVME-7750 SBC.

This BSP includes a nexus driver for VMEbus access. It allows m, telecommunications, and other applications to utilize Sun Microsystems, Inc.’s Solaris operating system on VME based Intel SBC. This real-time feature is compatible with BSP and Sol.

LynxOS x86 operating system support – VMISFT-7429 board support package: VMISFT-7429 BSP includes all the necessary devices and configuration tables to install the LynxOS x86 development system (available separately from Lynx Real Time Systems, Inc.) onto the GE Fanuc embedded system VMIVME-7750. Using LynxOS on the GE Fanuc embedded system SBC provides a computing platform suitable for hard real-time applications. LynxOS provides a stable development environment standard for application programmers,

Like POSIX and Motif. I/O support – VMISFT-9450 IOWorks board driver: This driver supports a wide range of VME I/O board series for GE Fanuc embedded systems, suitable for Windows XP/Windows 2000 and VxWorks. The IOWorks board driver fully utilizes all the key advantages and features of each supported I/O board. The IOWorks board driver program includes a C++class library and a C function library, providing a universal interface for GE Fan embedded system I/O products for reading, writing, and configuring. You don’t need to know the programming details of individual boards. For example, you can use the SetAttributes feature on any supported GE Fanuc embedded system board; The WriteAnalog function controls the output of any GE Fanuc embedded system analog output board. The GetScanMode function retrieves the scanning mode of any GE Fanuc embedded system analog board.

Physical/Environmental Specification Dimensions: Single slot Eurocard format Height 9.2 inches (233.4mm) Depth 6.3 inches (160mm) Thickness 0.8 inches (20 power requirements:+5VDC (± 5%), 6A (typical), 7A maximum+12VDC (± 5%), 105mA (typical), 200mA maximum -12VDC (±%), 50mA (typical), and 75mA

Maximum value note: The current at+1 serial connectors is open.

Working temperature: 0 to 50 ° C Extension options: A=2 (733 MHz, 0 to 60 ° C) A=9 (1.26 GHz, 0 to 55 ° C A=6 (1 GHz, 0 to 40 ° C) (Air flow requirement greater than 350 LFM)

Storage temperature: -25 to 80 ° C

Relative humidity: 10% to 90 VME

Bus integration: DTB master devices: BLT32/BLT64, A32/D32, A24/D32, A16/D32 DTB slave devices: BLT32/BLT64.A32/D32, A24/D32 A16/D32

Request program: programmable, BR interrupt Han r: IH (1 to 7) D8 (O) interrupt programmable Arbite SGL, PRI, RRS BTO:

Programab Compliance: Rev C. 1 PMC

Expansion site connector: 5V 32-bit PCI bus, maximum 33 MHz

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    VMIVME-7750 provides a software programmable watchdog timer. The watchdog timer is enabled under software control. Once the watchdog timer is enabled, the software must access the timer within the specified timer cycle, otherwise a timeout will occur. User jumper allows timeout, resulting in reset. Independent of the jumper, the software can cause VMEbus SYSFAIL due to watchdog timeout.

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    The GE VMIVME-7750 CPU module plays a very important role in automation system control. Implementation and application of a substation automation testing simulation system based on PLC modules. The GE VMIVME-7750 CPU is a processor based VME (VMEbus) single board computer designed specifically for high-performance applications that require real-time control and monitoring. It revolves around Intel ®; Pentium ®; Built with a III processor, it provides processing power up to 1.26 GHz and advanced transfer caching of 512 Kbytes. The system uses a single SODIMM to support up to 512 megabytes of PC133 SDRAM and has an internal AGP SVGA controller with 4 megabytes of display cache. It passes through Intel ® The 815E chipset controller runs on a 133 MHz system bus and supports 10BaseT and 100BaseTX Ethernet interfaces, as well as dual Ethernet interfaces for networking.

    VMIVME-7750 supports a range of operating systems, including Windows ® XP, VxWorks ®、 Solar ™、 QNX ®、 LynxOS ® And Linux ®, Provides flexibility for various applications such as real-time factory automation, simulation, instrumentation, control, and process control systems. It also includes comprehensive diagnosis, optional local boot disable, and dual boot options for selecting network or local boot.

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