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GE Fanuc Automation
VMIVME-5565
Specifications
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Ultrahigh Speed Fiber-Optic
Reflective Memory with Interrupts
Features:
High speed, easy to use fiber-optic network (2.12 Gbaud
serially)
Data written to memory in one node is also written to
memory in all nodes on the network
Up to 256 nodes
Connection with multimode fiber up to 300m, single mode
fiber up to 10km
Dynamic packet size, 4 to 64 bytes of data
Network transfer rate 43 Mbyte/s (4 byte packets) to
174 Mbyte/s (64 byte packets)
VMEbus transfer rate 40 Mbyte/s
64 Mbyte or 128 Mbyte SDRAM Reflective Memory
Two independent DMA channels
Any node on the network can generate an interrupt in any
other node on the network or in all network nodes with a
single command
Error detection
Redundant transfer mode for extra error suppression
No processor overhead
No processor involvement in the operation of the network
VMISFT-RFM2G network and shared memory driver included
Operating system support for Windows NT®, Windows® 2000,
VxWorks®, and Linux®




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VMIVME-5565 Ultrahigh Speed Fiber-Optic Reflective Memory with Interrupts
Ordering Options
May 13, 2005 800-005565-000 E
A BC D E
VMIVME-5565
– 1 00
A = Memory Options
0 = 64 Mbyte
1 = 128 Mbyte
B = FIFOs
0 = Reserved
1 = 4 K FIFOs
C = Transmission Mode
0 = Multimode
1 = Single Mode
DEF = 0 (Options reserved for future use)
Simplex Cable Specifications
Fiber-Optic Cable – Multimode; (62.5 Micron core)
Fiber-Optic Cable Assemblies
A BC D E
VMICBL-000-F5
–0
00
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000 = .5 ft (0.15m)
011 = 350 ft (106.68m)
001 = 1 ft (.31m)
012 = 500 ft (152.15m)
002 = 5 ft (1.52m)
013 = 574 ft (175m)
003 = 10 ft (3.04m)
014 = 656 ft (200m)
004 = 25 ft (7.62m)
015 = 820 ft (250m)
005 = 50 ft (15.24m)
016 = 1,000 ft (304.30m)
006 = 80 ft (24.40m)
017 = 1,148 ft (350m)
007 = 100 ft (30.49m)
018 = 1,312 ft (400m)
008 = 150 ft (45.72m)
019 = 1,500 ft (456.45m)
009 = 200 ft (60.98m)
020 = 1,640 ft (500m)
010 = 250 ft (76.20m)
DEF = 0 (Options reserved for future use)
For Ordering Information, Call:
1-800-322-3616 or 1-256-880-0444 • FAX (256) 882-0859
Email: info.embeddedsystems@gefanuc.com
Web Address: www.gefanuc.com/embedded
Copyright © 2005 by GE Fanuc Embedded Systems
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Functional Characteristics
Introduction: VMIVME-5565 is the VMEbus member of the
GE Fanuc Embedded Systems VMIxxx-5565 family of Reflective
Memory real-time network products. The other members of the
family are VMIVME-5565, PCI mezzanine card (PMC), and
VMIPCI-5565, the PCI-compatible board. All three of these
products are network compatible, and may be integrated into a
network in any combination. This family of products allows
computers, workstations, PLCs, and other embedded controllers
with dissimilar operating systems, or no operating system at all,
to share data in real time.
To the local node, the Reflective Memory board appears as
shared memory. Data can be written to or read from the
memory by any level of software, including the application
itself. Data written to the Reflective Memory in one node is
transported by the network hardware to all other nodes, and
placed in the same address on those node’s Reflective Memory
boards. This transport of data is accomplished without the
involvement of the processors on any node. Using this system,
all nodes on the network have a local copy of shared data
available for immediate access.
Product Overview: The Reflective Memory concept provides a
very fast and efficient way of sharing data across distributed
computer systems.
GE Fanuc Embedded Systems’ VMIVME-5565 Reflective Memory
interface allows data to be shared between up to 256
independent systems (nodes) at rates up to 174 Mbyte/s. Each
Reflective Memory board can be configured with either
64 Mbyte or 128 Mbyte of onboard SDRAM. The local SDRAM
provides fast Read access times to stored data. Writes are
stored in local SDRAM and broadcast over a high speed fiber-
optic data path to other Reflective Memory nodes. The transfer
of data between nodes is software transparent, so no I/O
overhead is required. Transmit and Receive FIFOs buffer data
during peak data rates to optimize processor and bus
performance to maintain high data throughput.
The Reflective Memory also allows interrupts to one or more
nodes by writing to a byte register. These interrupt (four levels,
each user definable) signals may be used to synchronize a
system process, or used to follow any data. The interrupt
always follows the data to ensure the reception of the data
before the interrupt is acknowledged.
Each node on the system has a unique identification number
between 0 and 255. The node number is established during
hardware system integration by a series of onboard switches.
This node number can be read by software by accessing an
onboard register. In some applications, this node number would
be useful in establishing the function of the node.
Link Arbitration: The VMIVME-5565 system is a fiber-optic daisy
chain ring as shown in Figure 1. Each transfer is passed from
node-to-node until it has gone all the way around the ring and
reaches the originating node. Each node retransmits all
transfers that it receives except those that it originated. Nodes
are allowed to insert transfers between transfers passing
through.
Interrupt Transfers: The VMIVME-5565 provides four network
interrupts. Any processor can generate an interrupt on any
other node on the network. In addition, any processor can
generate an interrupt on all nodes on the network with a single
register write.
In response to this interrupt register write, the sending
VMIVME-5565 issues a special packet over the network, which
contains the command strobe, the sender node ID, the
destination node ID, and 32 bits of data. When a receiving node
detects the proper combination of destination node ID and
command strobe, it stores the sender note ID and the data in
one of four 127 location-deep FIFOs. The four FIFOs correspond
to the four interrupts. Upon storing this information in a FIFO,
the receiving node issues an interrupt to the local processor if it
has been software-enabled. The 32 bits of data stored in the
FIFO is user-definable and typically is treated as an interrupt
vector. As part of an interrupt service routine, the local
processor reads this information out of the FIFO and acts
accordingly.
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Description Ultrahigh Speed Fiber-Optic Reflective Memory
Maker General Electric Company
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