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PEP SBC integrates 700MHz-PowerPC processor

Posted: 30 Jan 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:pep modular computers? pep? system board computer? system board? sbc?

The CP620-PM features a 700MHz IBM PPC 750CX(E) PowerPC processor and a directly soldered SDRAM with an ECC of up to 1GB for the management of memory-intensive tasks in harsh-environment applications such as industrial automation, military and transportation operations.

The SBC provides a 4Mb or 8Mb soldered Flash memory for the operating system and application code, and an optional ATA CompactFlash cards for a shock/vibration-resistant file system. It also includes two PCM slots, two Fast Ethernet ports and four configurable serial ports.

For use as an independent subsystem in a CompactPCI rack, the CP620-PM is equipped with a non-transparent PCI-to-PCI bridge to isolate its resources from the system master CPU. In addition, the board can also be configured as a peripheral master, providing complete hot-swap capability and featuring signal precharge, power ramping, hot-swap control and status register, and hot-swap-ready LED.

The CP620-PM is provided with support for VxWorks and Linux, and is available in both standard and extended-temperature (-400C to 850C) versions.

Pricing for the CP620-PM with 4HP, 512Mb, IPMI and a passive heatsink starts at $2,600.

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