Rugged PCI/104 single-board computer for military and transportation applications introduced by Advantech
MILPITAS, Calif., 7 Sept. 2011. Advantech America in Milpitas, Calif., is introducing the PCM-3363 PCI/104 rugged single-board computer for outdoor use in military and transportation embedded computing applications. The computer board uses an Intel Atom N455/D525 microprocessor, and supports 1 gigabyte of soldered DDRIII 800 MHz SDRAM solid-state memory. The N455 consumes nine Watts, while the D525 consumes 13 Watts. The PCM-3363 comes with extreme cold start and voltage dip protection, which enables the board to function in temperatures as cold as -40 degrees Celsius by ensuring all components reach working temperature.
The PCM-3363 also uses soldered memory and locked connectors to strengthen shock and vibration resistance. The board has a graphics core with 224 megabytes shared memory to handle 2D/3D graphic processing, and has dual display ports. Software support includes GPIO, SMBus, GPIO, watchdog timer, H/W monitor, brightness on/off, CPU speed and system throttling utilities.
For more information contact Advantech online at www.advantech.com.