Arlington, TX – WinSystems announces their PPM-LX800-G, a highly integrated, PC/104-Plus compatible, 500 MHz Pentium®-class single board computer. This SBC is based on the low power, AMD LX [email protected] CPU which has product availability through at least 2015. The board includes the CPU, video, Ethernet, USB, COM ports, EIDE controller, digital I/O, mouse, PC 97 audio, and keyboard controllers on one board that measures only 3.6″ x 3.8″ (90mm x 96mm). It is for low-cost, high-volume, space- and power-limited embedded applications with mid-range performance such as industrial, instrumentation, medical, telecommunications, homeland security, utilities, transportation, and MIL/COTS.
The PPM-LX800-G can be populated with up to 1 GByte of system DRAM plus onboard CompactFlash. A high-resolution video engine is onboard that supports displays with resolutions up to 1920 x 1440 for a CRT or up to 1600 x 1200 for a flat panel. An Intel 82551ER 10/100 controller supports Ethernet networking. Further I/O support includes two USB 2.0 ports (with in-rush and over-current protection), four independent full-duplex serial UARTs, 16-lines of TTL-compatible digital I/O, and AC97 audio. The PPM-LX800-G contains the core logic to provide PC-compatibility for the I/O and bus interface logic including the Ultra DMA100 controller for hard drives, keyboard/mouse controller, LPT interface, interrupt controller, and real-time clock. A precision power-fail reset circuit, activity LED, PC/104 and PC/104-Plus expansion, and watchdog-timer are also included.
The PPM-LX800-G requires only +5Vdc and will operate over the industrial temperature range from -40° to +85°C without requiring a fan. This PC/104-Plus SBC is RoHS compliant. The PPM-LX800-G will run Windows® XPe, Linux, and other x86-compatible software. WinSystems offers development kits, driver software, 6.5-inch panel PC, enclosures, power supplies, and cables plus industrial CompactFlash and SDRAM memory to support it as well.
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