Rugged COM single-board computer for mission-critical mobile and industrial applications introduced by MEN Micro

AMBLER, Pa., 22 June 2010. MEN Micro Inc. in Ambler, Pa., is introducing the MM50 embedded computing computer on module (COM) for mobile, industrial, and mission-critical applications. The MM50 ESMini module uses a PowerPC MPC5121e or a MPC5123 processor, each based on an e300 processor core, with a memory management unit (MMU), floating point unit (CPU), and clock frequencies as fast as 400 MHz.

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AMBLER, Pa., 22 June 2010. MEN Micro Inc. in Ambler, Pa., is introducing the MM50 embedded computingpaste link here computer on module (COM). These board products are for mobile, industrial, and mission-critical applications. The MM50 ESMini computer boards use a PowerPC MPC5121e or a MPC5123 processor, each based on an e300 processor core, with a memory management unit (MMU), floating point unit (CPU), and clock frequencies as fast as 400 MHz.

The rugged single-board computer uses a maximum of 3 Watts of power, uses an e300 processor core with a display interface unit -- with or without a 3D graphics engine -- integrated I/O, soldered 512 megabytes of DDR2 SDRAM, and as much as 128 kilobytes of non-volatile FRAM and mass storage expansion through SDHC on the carrier board.

The rugged CPU board withstands shock of 15 g, 11 ms, bump of 10 g, 16 ms and vibration of 1 g from 10 Hz to 150 Hz (sinusoidal). Serial I/O interfaces include USB, CAN bus, COM, Fast Ethernet, I2C, and GPIO. The computer board operates in temperatures from -40 to 85 degrees Celsius, and has optional conduction cooling. The module can be used without an enclosure.

ESMini modules measure 95 by 55 millimeters, are screwed to a carrier board, and come with rugged, railway-compliant connectors with differential signals. For more information contact MEN Micro online at www.menmicro.com.

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