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ADLINK Technology CoreModule1-86DX2 Supports Embedded Applications With Exceptionally High Integration and Power Efficiency

August 13, 2013

PC/104 single board computer using DMP Vortex86-DX2 single chip solution with full ISA support reduces power/space/cost.

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) August 13, 2013

ADLINK Technology, Inc., a leading provider of embedded products and application-ready intelligent platforms, today announced its newest PC/104 form factor single board computer (SBC) offering, the CoreModule1-86DX2, featuring an extensive I/O feature set and full ISA bus support. The CoreModule1-86DX2 is ideal for control applications that require power efficiency, small form factor design, longevity, and industrial grade ruggedness.

The CoreModule1-86DX2 enables a performance boost for legacy PC/104 systems that continue to utilize real ISA bus and supports applications across markets, including transportation, automated manufacturing, and aviation. Based on DMP’s Vortex86-DX2 single chip solution, which integrates a powerful yet efficient CPU with graphics controller, audio controller, and other functionalities, the CoreModule1-86DX2 provides all of the standard peripheral connections of an embedded PC on a printed circuit board with dimensions of 96mm x 90 mm (3.775” x 3.550”).

The CoreModule1-86DX2's rich I/O includes 2 Ethernet ports, 4 serial ports, 3 USB ports, 8 A/D inputs, 8 GPIOs, and PS/2 connectors for keyboard and mouse. A SATA 1.5 Gb/s interface is also provided to allow for connection with a disk or optical drive.

Taking full advantages of ADLINK’s market-proven Rugged by Design methodology, the CoreModule1-86DX2 is able to withstand 11.95 Grms vibration and 40G shock (MIL-STD-202G Method 214A/213B) and operate over an extreme temperature range of -40°C to +85°C. The ADLINK CoreModule1-86DX2 also supports Smart Embedded Management Agent (SEMA) functions, including watchdog timer, temperature monitoring, and fail-safe BIOS support, further insuring the system’s operational reliability.

The CoreModule1-86DX2 runs DOS, Windows XP/7, and Linux operating systems and is powered by a 5V-only supply. System expansion can easily be realized over the PC/104, Mini-PCI-Express and I²C bus connectors.

For more information on the CoreModule1-86DX2, please visit http://www.adlinktech.com.

About ADLINK Technology

ADLINK Technology provides a wide range of embedded computing products and services to the test & measurement, automation & process control, communications, medical, defense, and transportation industries. ADLINK products include PCI Express-based data acquisition and I/O; vision and motion control; and AdvancedTCA, CompactPCI, and computer-on-modules (COMs) for industrial computing. With the acquisition of Ampro Computers, Inc. and LiPPERT Embedded Computers GmbH, ADLINK also provides a wide range of rugged by design Extreme Rugged™ and Rugged product lines including single board computers, COMs and systems.

ADLINK strives to minimize the total cost of ownership (TCO) of its customers by providing customization and system integration services, maintaining low manufacturing costs, and extending the lifecycle of its products. ADLINK is a global company with headquarters and manufacturing in Taiwan; R&D and integration in Taiwan, China, the US, and Germany; and an extensive network of worldwide sales and support offices.

ADLINK is ISO-9001, ISO-14001, ISO-13485 and TL9000 certified, is an Associate Member of the Intel® Intelligent System Alliance, an Executive Member of PICMG, a Sponsor Member of the PXI Systems Alliance, an Executive Member of PC/104 Consortium, a Strategic Member of the AXIe Consortium, and a member of VMEbus International Trade Association (VITA). ADLINK is a publicly traded company listed on the TAIEX Taiwan Stock Exchange (stock code: 6166).

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