ALTIUM  12-404-PB02  MASS STORAGE, PB02, PERIPHERAL BOARD

ALTIUM 12-404-PB02

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  • Newark Part No.: 10R0259
  • Manufacturer Part No 12-404-PB02

Product Overview


12-404-PB02 is a Mass Storage peripheral board which provides a host of Memory Card/ATA Interface resources, available for use by the FPGA device resident on the currently attached daughter board.
  • Secure Digital (SD) memory card reader
  • Compact flash (CF) memory card reader
  • Three parallel ATA (IDE) interfaces
  • 1 wire memory device used to store board ID and related information
  • 1 wire device socket (3 pin, 1.27mm pitch)

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  • Silicon Manufacturer Altium
  • Core Architecture -
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  • For Use With NanoBoard NB2 and 3000 Series
  • Kit Contents Board
  • Features Compact Flash, Secure Digital (SD) Memory Card Reader, Three Parallel ATA Interfaces
  • Product Range -
  • SVHC To Be Advised

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Can concurrently connecting multiple storage devices possible (part number 12-404-PB02)?
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The three ATA/IDE connectors and the CF card reader share the same base set of ATA/IDE signals and, as such, only one storage device may be interfaced to from an FPGA design. Concurrent device usage is not permitted.
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