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SBC with New Atom N455/D525 Targets High Reliability.

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A new ISA half-size Single Board Computer (SBC) features the latest high performance Atom single and dual core processors. The PCA-6782 in versions N and D from Advantech integrates the Intel Atom N455/D525, which are suitable for embedded applications that required a balance of performance and lower power. The latest Intel Atom single core N455 and dual core D525 processors have an integrated graphic and memory controller (GMCH) all on the same chip. 

The Atom D525 dual core CPU brings compact size, low power consumption and dual core parallel computing power, and a maximum of 2 Gbyte of DDR2 667 MHz memory makes PCA-6782D a powerful small form factor embedded platform for today’s industrial applications that require high performance in small packages. The fanless single core Atom N455 CPU with a maximum of 2 Gbyte of DDR2 667 MHz memory makes PCA-6782N ultra reliable in all kinds of high-temperature and dusty environments.

PCA-6782 has an integrated graphic core based on Intel’s Embedded Gen 3.5+ graphic technology with 224 Mbyte shared memory. This feature makes PCA-6782 capable of handling complex and intense 2D/3D graphic processing tasks without an additional graphic card. VGA and LVDS dual video outputs also make it suitable for applications requiring dual display or digital panel display capabilities.

PCA-6782 provides a rich array of I/O interfaces: it has three SATA ports (300 Mbyte/s) for mainstream SSD (Solid State Disks), HDD and ODD connections, and legacy I/O connection: one IDE, one PS/2, one FDD and one parallel port. It also has a CF socket, a PC/104 expansion, one Gigabit Ethernet LAN for high networking capability, and two COM ports. Optional Advantech COM port upgrade module (P/N: PCA-COM485-00A1E) is also available to give an extra four RS-485 ports with auto-flow control capability.

Advantech, Irvine, CA. 949-789-7178. [www.advantech.com].