Qseven module for rugged industrial applications like transportation introduced by Portwell

FREMONT, Calif., 2 July 2014. American Portwell Technology Inc. in Fremont, Calif., is introducing the PQ7-M106IL Qseven module for rugged industrial applications like transportation and traffic management systems.

Qseven module for rugged industrial applications like transportation introduced by Portwell
Qseven module for rugged industrial applications like transportation introduced by Portwell
FREMONT, Calif., 2 July 2014. American Portwell Technology Inc. in Fremont, Calif., is introducing the PQ7-M106IL Qseven module for rugged industrial applications like transportation and traffic management systems.

The PQ7-M106IL Qseven module board and its companion developer carrier board support an industrial temperature range of -40 85 degrees Celsius.

The PQ7-M106IL embedded computing module measures 2.75 by 2.75 inches and supports the Intel Atom processor E3815/E3825/E3826/E3827/E3845 System-on-Chip (SoC) and processor speeds from 1.46 GHz to 1.91 GHz.

The PQ7-M106IL Qseven module board has 8 gigabytes system memory; dual independent displays by LVDS/DisplayPort; one industrial-grade Gigabit Ethernet; four USB ports; two SATA ports; high definition audio; LPC; three PCI-E x1; and one UART interface.

The PQ7-M106IL works with Microsoft Windows 7, Windows 8 and Linux, and complies with the vibration spectrum that exceeds 26rms (root mean squared).

The Intel Atom processor E3800 is housed on the PQ7-M106IL module board, while the necessary connectors are on a development kit carrier board. The unit outputs under 5 Watts for fanless applications.

For more information contact American Portwell Technology online at www.portwell.com.

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