TANO Introduces Mil-Spec VME Modules —Literature Available

TANO Marine Systems, New Orleans, La., has developed a family of Mil-Spec VME microprocessor modules for large-scale, softwarebased control systems.

The new TANO/VME microprocessor family includes both a military series and a ruggedized commercial series, according to Guy Hardwick, TANO vice president of marketing and quality assurance.

TANO has designed six different VME modules: a high-performance CPU or main processor board; a serial I/O module; a memory board; a Local Area Network (LAN) board; CRT graphic controller board; and TDAC board.

TANO, a controller systems supplier, designed the family of VME modules for its own use and is now offering them to original equipment manufacturers. They support Ada software as well as other high-level languages.

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