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Pentek intros turn-key multichannel, high-speed A/D, D/A

28 Oct 2015

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Pentek's GateXpress PCIe configuration manager supports dynamic FPGA reconfiguration though software commands as part of the runtime application. This provides an efficient way to quickly reload the FPGA, which slashes development time during testing. For deployed environments, GateXpress enables reloading the FPGA without the need to reset the host system, geared for applications that require dynamic access to multiple processing IP algorithms.

Model 7070-324

Model 7070-324 FlexorSet 4-Ch 500MHz, 16bit A/D, 4-Ch 1.5GHz D/A, Virtex-7 FPGA - PCIe

Pentek's ReadyFlow Board Support Package is available with drivers for Windows and Linux OS. The ReadyFlow C-callable library contains a complete suite of initialisation, control and status functions, as well as a rich set of precompiled, ready-to-run-examples, accelerate application development.

By plugging the FlexorSets into a Pentek 8266 SPARK PC development system or an 8267 SPARK VPX development system, work can begin immediately on applications. The SPARK system saves engineers the time and expense associated with building and testing a development system and ensures optimum performance of Pentek boards. All SPARK development systems come with software and hardware installed and ready for immediate operation.

FlexorSets are designed for air-cooled, conduction-cooled and rugged operating environments. A rich set of software development tools enables rapid application development and rapid time to market, added the company.

Datasheet: http://www.pentek.com/deliver/deliver.cfm?DI=3&FN=5973-324_Oct_22_151%2Epdf


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