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@ -34,21 +34,32 @@ One of the main devices in the Sinara family is the 1123 Carrier (codenamed Kasl
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##### Sinara 2118/2128/2138 TTL cards
##### Sinara 2118/2128/2138 8-channel isolated TTL cards
For simple TTL signals, we offer I/O cards in the EEM form factor with 8 channels over BNC (2118), SMA (2128) or MCX (2138) connectors. The IOs are divided into two banks of 4, with per-bank ground isolation. The direction (input/output) and termination (high-Z/50R) is selectable on a per-channel basis via I2C or on-board switches. The open circuit voltage of outputs is 5V, and outputs can supply a valid TTL level into 50Ω and tolerate an indefinite short circuit to ground.
For simple TTL signals, we offer I/O cards in the EEM form factor with 8 channels over BNC (2118), SMA (2128) or MCX (2138) connectors. The IOs are divided into two banks of 4, with per-bank ground isolation. The direction (input/output) and termination (high-Z/50Ω) is selectable on a per-channel basis via I2C or on-board switches. The open circuit voltage of outputs is 5V, and outputs can supply a valid TTL level into 50Ω and tolerate an indefinite short circuit to ground.
More information: <a href="https://github.com/sinara-hw/DIO_BNC/wiki" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">BNC card</a> <a href="https://github.com/sinara-hw/DIO_SMA/wiki" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">SMA card</a>
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##### Sinara 2238 16-channel non-isolated MCX TTL card
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When higher densities or faster speeds are required, the Sinara 2238 MCX card is available. It provides 16 non-isolated channels in 4hp of space using MCX connectors. The card is bidirectional, with the direction controlled in groups of 4 channels. Each IO can be individually terminated with 50&#8486;.
##### Sinara 2245 LVDS TTL card
<a href="https://github.com/sinara-hw/DIO_MCX/wiki" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">More information</a>
For high-density or faster signals, the Sinara 2245 is an extension module supplying 16 LVDS pairs via 4 front-panel RJ45 connectors.
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{% layout_text_img(src="images/LVDS@2x.png", popup="images/origin/dio_rj45.jpg", alt="", textleft=true, shadow=false) %}
##### Sinara 2245 16-channel non-isolated LVDS RJ45 TTL card
For even higher-density or even faster signals, the Sinara 2245 is an extension module supplying 16 LVDS pairs via 4 front-panel RJ45 connectors.
Each RJ45 supplies 4 LVDS DIOs. The direction (input/output) is individually selectable for each signal via on-board switches. Outputs are intended to drive 100&#8486; loads (LVDS is short-circuit protected), inputs are 100&#8486; terminated. The connectors dedicate all 8 pins to LVDS signals, ground is on the connector shield so only shielded Ethernet cat 6 shielded cables are allowed.
<a href="https://github.com/sinara-hw/DIO_RJ45/wiki" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">More information</a>
@ -57,7 +68,7 @@ Each RJ45 supplies 4 LVDS DIOs. The direction (input/output) is individually sel
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{% layout_text_img(src="images/Banker-TTL-1@2x.png", popup="images/origin/banker1.jpg", alt="", shadow=false) %}
##### Sinara 3128 TTL I/O expander "Banker"
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All outputs can be configured either as 3.3 or 5V. They can drive 50R load when set to 5V. FPGA can is configured from on-board FLASH. FLASH can be updated over I2C or with the on-board SPI connector.
All outputs can be configured either as 3.3 or 5V. They can drive 50&#8486; load when set to 5V. FPGA can is configured from on-board FLASH. FLASH can be updated over I2C or with the on-board SPI connector.
The VHDCI connections can be used to interface with either non-buffered or buffered remote boards that distribute signals to neighboring modules. These modules can be assembled together and placed in COTS enclosures. The enclosures fit onto the low-cost and simple DIN rail standard.

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