ADLINK’s low-power ETX-GLX COM is based on the AMD(R) Geode(TM) LX 800 processor and CS5536 companion chipset. The ETX-GLX supports up to 1 GB DDR400 memory in a single SODIMM socket or can be equipped with 128 MB or 256 MB DDR400 memory soldered on the module. The ETX-GLX includes BSP support for Windows XP, Windows XP Embedded, Linux and Vxworks, and is aimed at applications that require a guaranteed long production life support.
The ETX-GLX COM module is targeted at markets for medical automation, gaming, instrumentation, POS, mobile computing, and transportation where low-power, medium performance and extended graphic support is required. The ETX-GLX supports advanced display features, such as CRT support for 1920×1440 resolution and single or dual channel 24-bit LVDS panels at up to a 1600×1200 resolution. This module can also be equipped with a Focus Enhancement TV encoder chip that supports both standard and high definition TV output.
This ETX 3.02 compliant module incorporates a 10/100Base-T Ethernet port, a PATA EIDE controller supporting both PIO and UDMA modes, a dual port SATA controller, four USB 2.0 ports, two serial ports, one parallel port (SPP/ECP/EPP), one PS2 keyboard/mouse interface, an AC’97 audio interface, and power management functionality.
The ETX-GLX is currently available and is priced at $299. Volume discounts are available.
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