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Front user interface

  • Small form-factor pluggable (SFP) module connectors provide four high-speed communication links between other FPGA simulators or third-party devices. Each socket controls one communication link. SFP transceivers and fiber optic cables must be selected (and purchased separately) according to the type and speed of the communication protocol.



Note: MuSE link requires specific SFP transceivers and optical fiber cables:

  • SFP: Avago AFBR-57R5APZ
  • Cable: LC-LC multimode 850nm optical fiber



  • B JTAG connector (for OPAL-RT technicians’ use only).



JTAG connector is highly sensitive to ESD. Always leave plastic plug in place when not in use. Wear anti-static wrist strap at all times when using this connector.



  • Synchronization connectors status, and user-configurable LEDs

LED Label

Description

PROG/CFG OK

CFG OK steady on green and PROG off indicates the FPGA is functioning normally

CFG OK off and PROG steady on yellow indicates the FPGA has stopped and is no longer functioning

RX

Green when receiving synchronization

TX 

Green when transmitting synchronization

USER 1

Green LED controlled (configured by the user using Simulink blocks)

USER 2

Green LED controlled (configured by the user using Simulink blocks)

PWR ON

Green indicates OP4510 V2 power is functioning

MASTER/SLAVE

Green indicates MASTER mode. Yellow indicates SLAVE mode. Flashing green and yellow indicates a SAFE bitstream in the FPGA

CHASSIS INDEX

8-pin DIP switch that allows users to set the device’s network chassis index. It can be set from 00 to FF (in HEX) for a maximum of 256 addresses

Synchro LabelDescription

TX/RX

Fiber optic connector. Compatible with OP4500, OP5607, OP7000 and OP7020. Synchronizes time steps between systems and includes high-speed FPGA pulses.

TX/RX

Stereo jack. Compatible with all OPAL-RT products (except OP4200).

  • Target computer monitoring interface. Two pushbuttons and six LED indicators:

Name

Interface

Status

Description

Power

Pushbutton


Power on or shut down the target computer

Reset

Pushbutton


Resets the target computer

Power

LED

Green

On indicates that the unit is powered up.

HDD

LED

Green

On indicates that the hard disk drive is operating.

NIC1

LED

Green

On indicates that network port 1 is in use.

NIC2

LED

Green

On indicates that network port 2 is in use.

Power Fail

LED

Red

On indicates a power fault.

Overheat/Fan Fail

LED

Red

On indicates either that unit has overheated or a fan fault.

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