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CoreModule® 740  (Adlink Technology Inc)

Product Description

The CoreModule® 740 is a PC/104-Plus SBC developed with the Ampro by ADLINK™ Extreme Rugged™ design methodology which enables operation at temperatures from -40°C to +85°C, vibration up to 11.95Grms, and shock up to 50Grms, satisfying military and aerospace requirements for missions in the most extreme environments. The CoreModule® 740 also features a full 16-bit ISA bus and PCI 32-bit bus. On-board I/O includes one IDE port, two RS-232 serial ports, four USB 2.0 ports, parallel port, and PS/2 keyboard/mouse. In addition, the CoreModule® 740 offers excellent graphics performance with a high-resolution panel interface and legacy CRT support, making it well suited for outdoor signage applications where graphics and extended temperature capabilities are required.



The CoreModule® 740 is particularly well suited to either embedded or portable applications and meets the size, power consumption, temperature range, quality, and reliability demands of embedded system applications. It can be stacked with ADLINK MiniModules™ or other PC/104-compliant expansion modules, or it can be used as a powerful computing engine.

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http://www.adlinktech.com/PD/web/PD_detail.php?cKind=&pid=941


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