Ampro's CoreModule 420 PC/104 SBC is a migration product designed to keep 486-based embedded systems in production through 2010. The I/O addresses and IRQ mappings allow it to be configured to match many legacy system setups. In addition, the memory hole is configurable for legacy PC/104 peripheral cards. The CoreModule 420 supports four serial ports (two for RS-485), along with eight general-purpose I/O (GPIO) pins, an EPP/ECP parallel port, one USB 1.1 port and a high-resolution 2-D video controller with CRT. Interfaces are provided for PS/2 keyboard and mouse, floppy and Ultra/DMA 33 IDE disks, 10/100BaseT Ethernet and TFT flat panels. CoreModule 420 provides 64MB of soldered SDRAM, along with a byte-wide socket for a DiskOnChip 2000 bootable Flash drive and a Type II CompactFlash socket.
Ampro Computers, Inc., 5215 Hellyer Avenue, Suite 110, San Jose, California 95138, 800-966-5200, www.ampro.com.
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