The FMC LPC Breakout board is a passive adapter for accessing all signals of ANSI/VITA 57.1 FPGA Mezzanine Cards (FMC).Designed by I A M Electronic, Ships from Germany
Features ANSI/VITA 57.1 compliant Commercial grade form factor Low-pin count (LPC) connectors Breakout of carrier card connector Breakout of mezzanine card connector Stackable assembly ...Read More…
ANSI/VITA 57.1 compliant
Commercial grade form factor
Low-pin count (LPC) connectors
Breakout of carrier card connector
Breakout of mezzanine card connector
Separate breakout of power pins
Breakout pads with 1.27 mm pitch
Prototyping area with 2.54 mm grid
Testing and debugging of FMC modules
Research and education with FPGAs
The FMC LPC Breakout board is a passive adapter for accessing all signals of ANSI/VITA 57.1 FPGA Mezzanine Card (FMC) Standard compliant low-pin-count (LPC) connectors. All pins of the connector's rows C, D, G, and H are routed to a separate pad array on the top and bottom side. These pads were placed at a 1.27 mm pitch to easily attach additional probes or solder wires. For special measuring tasks or for use as a stand-alone carrier, the power pins of the connector were routed to additional vias in the back of the module. Furthermore, simple electrical circuits can be realized on the prototyping area, which is a field of non connected vias with a pitch of 2.54 mm. The FPGA mezzanine card has commercial grade form factor (single width, 78.80 mm x 69 mm) and is designed for air cooling.
Find more resources at FMCHUB.COM
The full datasheet is available at https://fmchub.github.io/projects/FMC_LPC_BREAKOUT/Datasheet/FMC_LPC_BREAKOUT_datasheet.html.
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