HI-6220xPBx

The HI-6220xPBx family is a fully integrated and dual redundant MIL-STD-1553 interface solution which includes 1553 protocol, SRAM, dual transceivers and dual isolation transformers in a single BGA package. The device is a direct pin compatible drop-in replacement for the Data Device Corporation (DDC®) Total-ACE® Family of MIL-STD-1553 Terminals.

 

Features

  • Dual Redundant MIL-STD-1553A/B/1760 Channel
  • BC/RT/MT or RT/MT modes
  • Integrated Dual Isolation Transformers
  • Direct and/or Transformer Coupled
  • Supports Simple System RT Mode
  • 64Kx17 or 4Kx16 SRAM
  • External RT Address Inputs
  • MIL-STD-1760 RT “Auto Boot”
  • +3.3V Single Supply
  • Built-in Self-Test
  • Generic 8/16-bit Processor Interface
  • -40°C to +85°C or -55°C to +125°C
    • No Limitations on transmit duty cycle
  • PBGA-312
    • 15.2mm x 27.9mm x 4.7mm

 

Application Benefits

  • Simplified Board Design and Layout
  • Third Party RT Validated
  • Single Die for Improved Reliability
  • Cost Effective Direct Drop-in Replacement for DDC® Total-ACE®
  • Fully Software Compatible to DDC® ACE, Mini-ACE®, Enhanced Mini-ACE®, Micro-ACE®, Mini-ACE® Mark3 and Total-ACE®

 

 

Note: DDC®, Mini-ACE®, Enhanced Mini-ACE®, Micro-ACE®, Mini-ACE® Mark3 and Total-ACE® are registered trademarks of Data Device Corporation, Bohemia, NY, USA. There is no affiliation between Data Device Corporation and Holt Integrated Circuits Inc. 

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ADK-62203:  Evaluation Board for HI-62203 BC/RT/MT 64K RAM

ADK-62203: Evaluation Board for HI-62203 BC/RT/MT 64K RAM

The ADK-62203 2-board assembly and C project reference design provides a ready-to-run evaluation platform demonstrating operation of Holt's HI-62203 BC/RT/MT terminal device. The HI-62203 is a direct pin compatible drop-in replacement for the Data Device Corporation (DDC®) Total-ACE® Family of MIL-STD-1553 Terminals. The board comes complete with Holt’s API runtime library, included as executable object code. The software is compatible with existing competitor solutions and source code is available on request with a signed Software License Agreement.
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