Some of the New Products on Show

New ethernet modules for datalogging and HIL

Xylon will showcase the entire product line-up of its new Ethernet I/O modules for the Xylon Quattro datalogger and HIL system at the expo. The new line-up caters to customers' autonomous driving and ADAS testing and validation needs, and includes a 4-Ch 1000Base-T module, a 4-Ch 100Base-T1/1000BASE-T1 module and a 2-Ch 10GBase-T SFP+ module with support for 10GBase-T and 10GBase-T1 SFP+ transceivers.

Xylon's ethernet modules support PTP/gPTP time synchronization (master and slave) and include a hardware-based ethernet TAP (bridge support) with low-latency bypass, which eliminates costly external switches. Combined with video modules for up to 16 video cameras and more than 40 legacy interfaces, the new ethernet modules turn the Xylon Quattro into a datalogging and HIL system capable of connecting all sensors – even in the world's most advanced autonomous driving systems.

Thanks to the powerful programmable FPGA chips for accelerated computing and dedicated Intel Core 11th-generation Tiger Lake processors, local network traffic can be processed during the datalogging process. This enables the implementation of third-party data processing libraries and support for industry-standard features such as GigE Vision reference cameras, video compression, TAPI datalogging, lidar data visualization, XCP, etc. Booth 6310

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