ADlink unveils new single board computer
Irvine, Calif. - ADlink Technology Inc. introduced the NuPRO-780DV single board computer (SBC) that supports Intel's embedded 815E chipset and up to 1.26GHz Pentium-III CPUs.
Irvine, Calif. - ADlink Technology Inc. introduced the NuPRO-780DV single board computer (SBC) that supports Intel's embedded 815E chipset and up to 1.26GHz Pentium-III CPUs. This SBC supports an auto-select 133/100MHz front side bus (FSB), PCI/ISA high drive bus, and an on-board MiniPCI socket for extending features and easy migration for upgrading.
Other features inclued two 133MHz 168-pin DIMM sockets with up to 512 MB SDRAM memory, embedded AGP video with both shared memory and 4MB accelerated video RAM, dual Ethernet interface, one MiniPCI socket, two IDE UDMA100 interfaces, two USB ports, a floppy interface, parallel port, two serial ports, and RS-422/485 with RS-485+ auto-direction flow control function. In addition, the NuPRO-780DV has monitoring functions such as temperature, voltage, fan speed, and chassis intrusion. Its full HALT (highly accelerated life test) ensures reliable operation up to 60°C.
It is compatible with Windows 9x, XP, NT, and 2000 as well as Linux and other UNIX packages.
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