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Rapidly develop and deploy avionics I/O.
Avionics test and simulation project requirements can change rapidly, modular avionics interface boards can help shorten development time.
Leverage Abaco's modular MIL-STD-1553 and ARINC 429 mini-PCIe cards to configure a flexible single or multi-protocol solution on any carrier with a PCIe databus.
You can mix and match Abaco's RAR-MPCIE and R15-MPCIE to get the exact multi-protocol and/or feature mix you require. The RAR-MPCIE ARINC 429/717 mini-PCIe interface features up to eight RX and four TX channels with ARINC 717 options, and the R15-MPCIE MIL-STD-1553 mini-PCIe interface card supports one or two dual redundant, dual- or multi-function 1553 channels as well as avionics-level voltages via bi-directional discretes.
If you need different types of I/O, you can add in third party mPCIe cards to achieve an even more diverse mix. If your next project has different requirements, reconfigure your mPCIe card combinations to meet the project specifications much faster than developing a custom solution.
Additionally, Abaco's API is common whether used in the lab or deployment - minimizing or eliminating software changes while migrating.
Thousands of configurations are possible.
Easily migrate from the lab to deployment by using the same mPCIe combination on a different carrier.
Test and Simulation Example
R15-MPCIE and RAR-MPCIE on a PCIe carrier.
R15-MPCIE and RAR-MPCIE on a PC104+ carrier.
The options are endless
Thousands of combinations are possible.