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ICP Electronics Australia releases the PM-PV-D510/N450 PC/104 Low-Power SBCs

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IEI (ICP Electronics Inc), distributed by ICP Electronics Australia has announced the release of the PM-PV-D510/N450 PC/104 low-power SBCs based on the Intel Atom D510 and N450 processors.

The PM-PV-D510 low-power SBCs incorporate the D510 1.66GHz Dual-Core Intel Atom processor and the PM-PV-N450 is designed with the N450 1.60GHz Intel Atom processor.

Both low-power SBCs feature sophisticated, low power consumption in a PC/104 form factor that provides essential characteristics in a low cost system. The high performance 45nm Intel Atom processor D510/N450 with a 512 KB L2 cache ensures high data throughputs. Paired with the Intel ICH8M chipset while only consuming 5.5W of power, the PM-PV-D510/N450 offer 1400x1050 (VGA port) and 1280x800 (LVDS) resolutions.

The small form factor allows systems to be developed for space critical applications. In addition, support for Windows XP Professional/Embedded, Windows CE 5.0/6.0, Linux Fedora Core 6, and Linux Mandriva 2008 operating systems make the PM-PV-D510/N450 ideal for embedded systems.

The PM-PV-D510/N450 low-power SBCs are designed with plentiful I/O and storage interfaces including 1x RS-232, 1x RS-232/422/485, 4x USB, 1x SATA, 1x CompactFlash Type I/II slot, 1x GbE LAN and a PCI-104 slot. Versatile graphics support through LVDS and VGA connectors enables connectivity to a variety of display options.

The PM-PV-D510/N450 low-power SBCs are cost-effective, high performance platforms for integration into a wide variety of industrial and embedded applications. They are ideally suited for use in digital signage, transportation infotainment, multimedia devices, kiosks, surveillance, and point-of-sales applications.

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