ARLINGTON, Texas, 11 April 2012. WinSystems Inc. in Arlington, Texas, is introducing the PXM-C388-S PC/104 single board computer powered by an Intel 1.66 GHz Atom processor for designs that need several video input data streams and high speed A/D conversion in security, industrial, data acquisition, and machine-to-machine communications applications.
This embedded computing board adds the Stackable Unified Modular Interconnect Technology (SUMIT) I/O expansion connector onto a PC/104 expandable embedded systems board. The CPU board for military embedded systems operates in temperatures from -40 to 85 degrees Celsius, and has PC/104 (ISA) and SUMIT AB expansion connectors to add self stacking I/O modules.
The PXM-C388 CPU board has as much as two gigabytes of DDR3 systems memory; PXM-C388 I/O interface with Gigabit Ethernet port; simultaneous CRT and LVDS flat panel video support; eight USB 2.0 ports; four serial COM ports; SATA controller; PATA controller for the CompactFlash socket; 24 lines of digital I/O; and HD audio.
The PXM-C388-S requires 5 volts of power and typically draws 2.5 amps. It supports power savings modes which will reduce the standby current to 270 milliamps. The board is RoHS-compliant. Software support includes Linux, Windows, and other x86-compatible real-time operating systems.
For more information contact WinSystems online at www.winsystems.com.