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  • Expansion I/O carrier for the XVME-6500 and XVME-6700
  • No mSATA drive included
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Acromag’s XVME-9060 expansion module installs in the upper PMC site of the XVME-6700 and XVME-6510 single board computers. This expansion module allows for additional front I/O expansion, as well as optional storage space.

The following I/O is available on the front panel of the XBRD-9060:

  • One Gigabit Ethernet port via a standard RJ-45 connector. When this port is enabled on the XBRD-9060 module, one of the Ethernet ports on the P0 connector is disabled.
  • One RS-232 serial port. This port only contains TX/RX signals. It is brought out on a mini USB-B connector, but an adapter cable is included with the module for connection using a standard DB-9 connector.
  • Two USB 2.0 ports. These ports use standard USB-A connectors.

The XBRD-9060 also contains 2 mSATA sockets that allow 2 SSD drives to be added to the XVME-6500 while still remaining within a single VME slot. Using the software RAID functionality of the QM87 PCH, these drives can even be setup as a RAID0/1 array if redundancy or extra speed is desired.

See SBC’s user manual for more information

Manuals

XVME-6510 User Manual (Log in to download the file)

XVME-6700 User Manual (Log in to download the file)

Additional information

Weight 2.3 oz
Dimensions 5.039 × 2.913 × 12.6 in
Part Number

XBRD-9060-LF: Expansion I/O carrier

  • Description

    Acromag’s XVME-9060 expansion module installs in the upper PMC site of the XVME-6700 and XVME-6510 single board computers. This expansion module allows for additional front I/O expansion, as well as optional storage space.

    The following I/O is available on the front panel of the XBRD-9060:

    • One Gigabit Ethernet port via a standard RJ-45 connector. When this port is enabled on the XBRD-9060 module, one of the Ethernet ports on the P0 connector is disabled.
    • One RS-232 serial port. This port only contains TX/RX signals. It is brought out on a mini USB-B connector, but an adapter cable is included with the module for connection using a standard DB-9 connector.
    • Two USB 2.0 ports. These ports use standard USB-A connectors.

    The XBRD-9060 also contains 2 mSATA sockets that allow 2 SSD drives to be added to the XVME-6500 while still remaining within a single VME slot. Using the software RAID functionality of the QM87 PCH, these drives can even be setup as a RAID0/1 array if redundancy or extra speed is desired.

    See SBC’s user manual for more information

  • Specs & Data Sheets

    Manuals

    XVME-6510 User Manual (Log in to download the file)

    XVME-6700 User Manual (Log in to download the file)

  • Additional information

    Additional information

    Weight 2.3 oz
    Dimensions 5.039 × 2.913 × 12.6 in
    Part Number

    XBRD-9060-LF: Expansion I/O carrier