The Ampro by ADLINK Express-ATR is a low-power, long-lifecycle computer-on-module (COM) based on the ultra low-power Intel Atom N270. The Express-ATR is designed from the top down using the Ampro by ADLINK Extreme Rugged design methodology for applications that require MIL-STD-202F shock and vibration compliance and an extended -40 to +85°C operating temperature range. The Express-ATR COM Express module is currently available at a list price of $325.
Express-ATR Computer-on-Module Features
- Up to 2GB DDR2 memory
- True PICMG COM ExpressTM COM.0 compliance
- PCI Express, SATA II
- ACPI 2.0 with S3 support
- 50% thicker PCB
The Express-ATR is an entry level COM Express module for systems that require ruggedness and a full set of graphics features. The module supports an extended operating temperature range of -40 to +85°C and comes with integrated support for a high-resolution CRT, single/dual channel LVDS, and TV-Out (SDTV and HDTV). In addition to the onboard-integrated graphics, the chipset’s SDVO bus can connect to DVI, TMDS, or additional LVDS or TV-Out device controllers on a custom designed carrier board. The graphics support is well-suited for in-vehicle systems, lab equipment, test and measurement applications, video preprocessing, and industrial control.
The Express-ATR is based on the Intel Navy Pier platform. It supports up to 2 GB of DDR2 533 MHz memory on a single SODIMM socket. The Mobile Intel 945GSE Express chipset integrates an Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 that provides CRT, single/dual channel LVDS, and TV-Out (SDTV and HDTV). The board also allows connection of up to three additional PCI Express x1 devices on the Intel I/O Controller Hub, ICH7M Southbridge.
More info: ADLINK Express-ATR Atom Computer-on-Module (pdf)