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.