Standard mezzanine PMC and M-Modules, various adapters and PCI Express MiniCards extend any embedded system in a modular, individual way – e.g. with analog and binary I/O, measurement and motion I/O, fieldbus, network, or graphics functions.
Unlimited Computer I/O Functions…
such as graphics, Ethernet and switches, UARTs, USB, FireWire, TTL I/O, memory and fieldbus interfaces and gateways are available on boards for standard bus systems or - for more flexibility - on PMC, XMC and M-Module mezzanine form factors.
I/O for the Real Word – M-Modules
ANSI-standardized M-Modules make industrial I/O functions such as instrumentation, process I/O, motion, robotics as well as analog and binary I/O available in different system environments through carrier boards. They offer direct front-panel connection, providing a clean path for sensitive signals without loss of data or signal quality.
Highest Flexibility with IP Cores in FPGA
A vast range of MEN IP cores to choose from help tailor the board or system to the individual I/O requirements of the application.
Rugged Computing Solutions for Harsh Environments – Typically MEN
MEN develops and produces standard and custom computing solutions that employ the highest technology levels.
In the respective markets, products may environmentally comply with the EN 50155 railway standard, the DO-160G aerospace standard and the ISO 7637-2 (E-mark) automotive standard. Products for safety-critical applications are developed according to railway standards EN 50126, EN 50128 and EN 50129 in order to reach safety integrity levels SIL 1 to SIL 4 - or according to avionics standards RTCA DO-254 and DO-178B in order to reach safety levels DAL-E up to DAL-A. MEN is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001 and 14001 as well as EN/AS 9100 (aerospace) and IRIS (transportation). MEN products are available up to 10 years and more, thanks to MEN's superior obsolescence management.
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