WIN: PC/104 module with economical DMP Vortex DX-3 SoC for IIoT

WIN Enterprises announces the MB-83310, a PC/104 module (specification 2.6) featuring the economical DMP Vortex86 DX3-9126 processor which is mounted onboard. Power consumption of the dual-core SoC is just ~6W, -20 to 70° C operating temperature. The module supports PC/104+ and PC/104 connectors onboard, DDR3L 1333 2GB Memory IC onboard (1.35V,256 Mbitx 16*4) and VGA output with 2x8 pin header.

Features include 18/24bit single channel LVDS connector with 2 x 15 pin header, Dual LAN connector with 2x10 pin header (1 x GbE,1 x Fast Ethernet), 4x USB 2.0, 2x COM Port. The unit supports multiple VGA-LVDS displays with a maximum resolution of 1920×1440@60Hz. Operating systems support includes Microsoft Windows and Linux. The device is ideal for IIoT domain gateways, home IoT gateways, thin clients, and NAT Routers.


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