The FMC422 is a dual base or single/medium/full Camera Link FPGA Mezzanine Card (FMC) for advanced video processing applications requiring high performance capture or output and FPGA processing.
The FMC422 provides the optimum solution for new systems as well as a straightforward technology refresh/performance upgrade for existing systems. When paired with one of Abaco’s state of the art FPGA carriers, the FMC422 makes it easy to perform the most advanced real-time video processing applications. Applications include low latency video sensors for degraded visual environment navigation, autonomous vehicles, and defense active protection systems.
A direct LVDS connection to the FPGA enables you to leverage modern FPGAs and potentially run at a faster data rate than the standard defines.
The FMC422 is fully VITA 57.1 compliant and only requires an FPGA carrier with the low pin count (LPC) configuration, making it possible to mount on both HPC and LPC FPGA carriers. The FMC422 includes a version 2 compliant Power over Camera Link (PoCL) interface, passing power over pins 1 and 26.
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