Single-board computer designed for extreme environments to be shown at XPONENTIAL 2017
At the WinSystems booth at XPONENTIAL 2017, the company will showcase its PCM-C418 product series, which were designed to handle extreme temperatures and environments that have a lot of shock and vibration.
At the WinSystems booth at XPONENTIAL 2017, the company will showcase its PCM-C418 product series, which were designed to handle extreme temperatures and environments that have a lot of shock and vibration. The PCM-C418 features a PC/104 form factor and the latest generation DMP Vortex86DX3 SoC processor, which offers a 32-bit x 86 architecture with dual-core microprocessor, and supports up to 2 GB of RAM. Additionally, the single-board computer features four USB 2.0 ports, four serial ports (RS-232/422/485), two Ethernet ports, 24 bidirectional GPIO with event sense, and analog VGA display output.
XPONENTIAL 2017 booth number: 3085
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Headquarters: Arlington, TX, USA
Product: PCM-C418 single-board computers
Key Features: Vortex86DX3 SoC processor, 2 GB DDR3-LV system RAM, 1 MB battery-backed RAM, four USB 2.0, four serial ports, two Ethernet ports.
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