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May 15, 2017 ANSI Based M-Module With Multiple Relay Outputs

Multiple Relay Outputs

The mezzanine card M43N is a relay output M-Module for free potential switching of eight signals. The status of each relay can be read out via "read-modify-write" access. The relays implemented guarantee highest reliability and long life. The board is based on the M-Module ANSI mezzanine standard and can be used as an I/O extension in any type of bus system, i.e. CPCI, VME or on any type of stand-alone SBC.

Feb 20, 2017 Webinar: Virtualization in Harsh Environments – Benefits for Multi-Functional Applications

Designers of today’s transportation solutions face a number of challenges. They need to handle growing functionality, increasing amounts of data to handle, limited onboard space, and harsh conditions. One major consequence is the challenge of installing and maintaining multiple systems throughout a train or aircraft to handle all these growing tasks.

Jun 13 - Jun 14, 2017 Africa Rail, Johannesburg

Visit us at Africa’s most successful and well attended railways conference and exhibition at the Sandton Convention Center in Johannesburg.

Sep 23, 2016 MEN Joins UNIFE

Recently MEN Mikro Elektronik has become a member of UNIFE. As an expert for safe and reliable electronics in rolling stock and wayside, MEN will actively contribute to the digitalization of the rail market and the development of European standards

May 09, 2017 New M-Module with Eight Relay Outputs

The M-Module has been developed according to the ANSI Mezzanine standard and extends a carrier board with eight relay outputs, which can be read out via a read-modify-write access.

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