Ampro offers rugged PC/104 CPU boards

Ampro Computers Inc. of Sunnyvale, Calif., is offering a 100-MHz 486DX4-based PC/104 single-board computer for hostile rugged applications. The CoreModule/4DXi, which includes CPU, DMA, interrupts, two serial ports, and floppy and IDE drive controllers, supports a standard operating temperature range of 0 to 70 degrees Celsius, with a screened product available by special order to operate in a range of -40 to 85 C. For tight power or thermal-management budgets, a jumper option enables the design

Jan 1st, 1997

Ampro Computers Inc. of Sunnyvale, Calif., is offering a 100-MHz 486DX4-based PC/104 single-board computer for hostile rugged applications. The CoreModule/4DXi, which includes CPU, DMA, interrupts, two serial ports, and floppy and IDE drive controllers, supports a standard operating temperature range of 0 to 70 degrees Celsius, with a screened product available by special order to operate in a range of -40 to 85 C. For tight power or thermal-management budgets, a jumper option enables the designer to reduce the CPU clock rate from 100 MHz to 66 MHz. PC/104 boards measure 3.6 by 3.8 inches. - J.K.

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