DS1007 PPC Processor Kit
Computing power and small I/O latencies
The DS1007 processor board provides high computing power combined with fast I/O access. The single-slot board offers an onboard Gigabit Ethernet host and I/O interface. It can also be used for in-vehicle applications and allows autonomous booting from internal flash memory as well as USB data logging.
At A Glance
The DS1007 PPC Processor Board is one of the processor boards that form the core of dSPACE’s PHS hardware. The DS1007 is an excellent fit when your application models require a combination of high computing power and fast closed-loop rates (e.g., for electric motor control, advanced driver assistance systems or active noise and vibration cancellation).
The DS1007 features a QorlQ P5020 dual-core processor running at 2 GHz. It offers an integrated, high-data-throughput Ethernet host interface for setting up modular systems without additional host interface cards. The DS1007 is highly expandable. Its Ethernet I/O interface can be used for direct real-time model access via the TCP/IP or UDP/IP protocol and for bypassing. USB mass storage devices can be connected for long-term data logging and booting applications via the integrated USB interface.
Dual-Core Processor for More Computing Power
You can set up a multicore system by using the individual cores of the dual-core processor and easily assign the I/O boards by graphical programming via RTI-MP. The DS1007 dual-core board speeds up all your applications with parallel computing and high-performance data exchange between the cores.
Several DS1007 boards can be connected together via additional optical interfaces (DS911 Gigalink Module) to create different powerful DS1007-based multiprocessor systems. This lets you increase the processing power and I/O capabilities for real-time applications far beyond the individual board performance. Synchronization between the boards is ensured, since interrupts can be dispatched to other DS1007 boards via hardware, with minimal latencies.
|Processor||Real-time processor||NXP (Freescale) QorlQ P5020, dual-core, 2 GHz|
|32 KB L1 data cache per core, 32 KB L1 instruction cache per core, 512 KB L2 cache per core, 2 MB L3 cache total|
|Host communication coprocessor||NXP (Freescale) QorlQ P1011 800 MHz for communication with host PC|
|Memory||1 GB DRAM|
|128 MB flash memory|
|Timer||Each core has 3 general-purpose timers|
|Synchronous time base unit (for multiprocessor systems)|
|Interrupt controller||Each core has one interrupt controller with full and independent access to all real-time events|
|Additional interprocessor interrupts and messages via internal Gigalinks|
|Interfaces||Serial interface||RS232 interface with standard UART allowing transfer rates of up to 230.4 Kbaud|
|Ethernet interfaces||Integrated low-latency Gigabit Ethernet I/O interface|
|USB interface||USB 2.0 interface for data logging (“flight recorder”) and booting applications via USB mass storage device (max. 32 GB supported)|
|Connection to I/O boards||PHS++-bus Interface|
|32-bit I/O bus for modular I/O configuration|
|Peak transfer rate 20 MB/s, up to 30 MB/s for new I/O boards|
|Up to 64 PHS-bus interrupts|
|Host interface||Integrated Gigabit Ethernet host interface|
|Multiprocessor systems||Building multiprocessor systems with further DS1007 PPC Processor Boards|
|Up to 20 DS1007 PPC Processor Boards|
|Up to 4 high-speed links via one DS911 Gigalink Module on each DS1007|
|Cable length of up to 100 m|
|Physical characteristics||Physical size||340 x 125 x 19 mm (13.4 x 4.9 x 0.75 in)|
|Ambient temperature||0 … 55 ºC (32 … 131 ºF)|
|Cooling||Active cooling via fan|
|Power supply||+5 V ±5%, 9 A|
|+12 V ±5%, 0.8 A|