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Universal FPGA module with Gigabit Ethernet and high-speed USB 2.0

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At the heart of the Mercury CA1 is an Altera Cyclone IV E FPGA containing 75,408 logic elements, 305 block RAMs and 200 multipliers. A smaller FPGA with 28,848 logic elements is also available. The module boasts 128 MB of DDR2 SDRAM memory, 16 MB of Flash, a real-time-clock and runs off a single 5-16 V power supply voltage. The 148 user I/Os pins are available on two 168 pin Hirose FX10 connectors. Up to 24 differential pairs are supported.

The FTDI high-speed USB device interface enables the communication between host PC and FPGA in UART, SPI, I2C or synchronous FIFO modes. The second port supports configuring the FPGA and the flash memory. Drivers for Windows and Linux are available.

The compact 56x54mm form factor enables compact hardware designs. The user-accessible 3.3 V and 2.5 V power rails simplify the module’s integration.

More details at www.enclustra.com/mercuryca1

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