The ETX-NR667 Computer on Module, from ADLINK Technology Inc. (TAIEX: 6166), is based on the latest ETX 3.02 form factor standard that allows two additional SATA ports to the module while maintaining full backward compatibility with earlier ETX standards. The ETX 3.02 standards means that current carrier boards in production and based on earlier ETX revisions do not need to be redesigned to accommodate the ETX-NR667 and make use of its SATA ports. The new ETX-NR667 supports an enhanced graphic feature set that includes support for dual-channel 24-bit LVDS and targets medical automation, gaming, instrumentation, pos, mobile computing and transportation markets.
The ETX-NR667′s CPU scales from an ULV Celeron operating at a frequency of 1 GHz up to an Intel Core 2 Duo — allowing the ETX-NR667 to be used in both fanless applications that require very low power and in applications that need high speed for high-end graphic support. The Core2 Duo architecture introduces 64-bit processing to the embedded market and brings new features such as SSSE3, Trusted Execution Technology and Enhanced SpeedStep. This generation of Intel CPU’s maintains the same power envelope as the earlier Pentium M generation while increasing performance and offering additional high-end and power saving features, making the ETX-NR667 an excellent choice for drop in replacements to improve performance.
The ETX-NR667 module provides one SODIMM socket that can accommodate up to a maximum of 2 GB of DDR2 667 MHz memory. Graphic support on the module includes single- or dual-channel 24-bit LVDS, analog CRT and TV-out (SDTV and HDTV).
The module incorporates an Intel based 10/100Base-T Ethernet port, a PATA EIDE controller, a dual-port SATA controller, 4 USB 2.0 ports, two serial ports, one parallel port (SPP/ECP/EPP) shared with FDD, one PS/2 keyboard/mouse interface, an AC’97 audio interface, and power management functionality.
The ETX-NR667 fully supports PCI and legacy ISA and comes with embedded features such as watchdog controller, RS-232 console redirection and CMOS EEPROM backup for BIOS settings and battery-less operation. The ISA bus is implemented through a PCI-to-ISA bridge, assuring both backward compatibility with ISA-based cards and the high performance of dual-core processing.
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