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Motorola MVME5100 Series Specification Sheet

Motorola vme processor modules specification sheet.

 
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Supercomputing levels of performance in a scalable, single-board
computer
The MVME5100 is a high-performance VME processor module featuring the
Motorola Computer Group (MCG) PowerPlus II architecture with a choice of
®
PowerPC
processors—either Motorola's MPC7400 with AltiVec
ogy for algorithmic-intensive computations or the low-power MPC750.
Based on an integrated PCI bridge–memory controller ASIC designed by
MCG, PowerPlus II takes memory performance to new levels with 582MB/s
memory read bandwidth and 640MB/s burst write bandwidth. Plus, Power-
Plus II architecture supports full PCI throughput of 264MB/s without starving
the CPU from its memory.
The MVME5100 is designed to meet the needs of OEMs servicing the military
and aerospace, industrial automation, and semiconductor process equipment
market segments.
M V M E 5 1 0 0 S e r i e s
V M E P r o c e s s o r M o d u l e s
PowerPC 7400 or PowerPC 750
microprocessor with 32KB/32KB L1 cache
Up to 2MB of secondary backside cache
100 MHz front-side bus
64MB, 128MB, or 512MB of on-board
ECC SDRAM—expandable up to 1GB
with optional RAM500 memory expansion
modules
Up to 17MB Flash memory
Dual IEEE P1386.1 compatible 32/64-bit
PMC expansion slots
64-bit PCI expansion mezzanine
connector allowing up to four more PMCs
Dual 16550 compatible async serial ports
Dual 10BaseT/100BaseTX Ethernet
32KB NVRAM and time-of-day clock with
replaceable battery backup
Four 32-bit timers, one watchdog timer
On-board debug monitor
Single VME slot even when fully
configured with two PMC modules and
both add-on memory mezzanines
technol-

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    V M E P r o c e s s o r M o d u l e s Supercomputing levels of performance in a scalable, single-board computer The MVME5100 is a high-performance VME processor module featuring the Motorola Computer Group (MCG) PowerPlus II architecture with a choice of ® PowerPC processors—either Motorola’s MPC7400 with AltiVec ogy for algorithmic-intensive computations or the low-power MPC750.

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    MVME761, are individually user-configurable as EIA-232, EIA-530, V.35, or X.21 DCE or DTE via the installation of Motorola Serial Interface Modules (SIMs). A P2 adapter provides interface module signals to the MVME761 transition module. The 3-row P2 adapter can be used for 8-bit SCSI.

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    face signals to the MVME712M transition module. The 3-row P2 adapter can be used for 8-bit SCSI. To gain access to the additional user definable I/O pins pro- vided via the 5-row VME64 extension connector, a special P2 adapter board is available. This adapter panel replaces the traditional 3-row P2 adapter and extends its capability by pro- viding access to the PMC I/O pins.

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    PCI Expansion Connector Address/Data: A32/D32/D64 PCI Bus Clock: 33 MHz Signaling: Connector: 114-pin connector located on the planar of the MVME5100 Power Requirements (not including power required by PMC or IMPC modules) +12V MVME5100: 3.0 A typ. 8.0 mA typ. MVME5100 with 3.2 A typ., 0.2 A typ.

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    Motorola reserves the right to make changes, without notice, to any products or information herein which will, in its sole discretion, improve reliability, function, or design. Motorola does not assume any liability arising out of the application or use of any product or circuit described herein;...

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