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Publication Date: 06/1/2007
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United Electronic Intro Avionics Bus Interface
12-channel avionics interface.
Canton, MA — United Electronic Industries (UEI) is introducing its DNA-429-5xx series of ARINC 429 Avionics bus interfaces. The DNA-429-566 offers 6 Tx/6 Rx channels, the DNA-429-512 provides 12 Rx channels while the DNA-429-548 has 4 Tx/8 Rx. All boards are fully compliant with the ARINC 429 spec and are software selectable for high speed (100kHz) or low speed (12.5kHz) operation. Receive channels include automatic label filtering so only data from selected channels is captured. The filter may be set to forward data from between one and 255 labels, or may be disabled so all data is captured, regardless of source. Each received word may also be time-stamped with the date and time of reception. Transmit channels may be set to transmit asynchronously or based upon a hardware controlled scheduler. Each channel supports a transmission table that allows up to 256 unique schedules. Asynchronous (non-scheduled) data may be sent with three priorities.
Software for the DNA-429 series is provided as part of the UEIFramework. according to the company, the framework provides a comprehensive yet easy to use API that supports all popular Windows
programming languages as well as supporting programmers using Linux and most real-time operating systems including QNX, RTX, RT Linux and more. Finally, the framework supplies complete support for those creating applications in LabVIEW, MATLAB/Simulink, DASYLab or any application that supports ActiveX or OPC servers.
For more information, contact: United Electronic Industries, 611 Neponset St., Canton, MA 02021
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