VIA Technologies introduced the AMOS-5001 Em-ITX chassis kit for fanless embedded systems. The VIA AMOS-5001 chassis kit makes it easy to create x86 embedded systems that can withstand a wide temperature range of -20°c to 55°c and are capable of sustaining a g-force of up to 50. The modular chassis consists of only four mechanical parts. The case is slim enough to fit in even the most space-constrained environment (35.2 mm high x 231 mm wide x 124.8 mm deep). The VIA AMOS-5001 chassis kit is available now.
Acrosser Technology introduced the ACE-B7300 gaming board, ACE-B8700 board, and ACE-Mini Mini-ITX chassis. The All-in-One products feature digital I/O, non-volatile SRAM, counter, pulse generator, timer, intrusion logger, security, RNG, ccTalk, and secured real time clock. The Acrosser modules utilize the latest computer technology from Intel, AMD and VIA.
Elma Bustronic introduced their new 6U VPX Load Board. The load board is designed to be compliant with ANSI/VITA mechanical and electrical connection standards. The Elma Bustronic VPX load board helps confirm the chassis meets the VITA 46/48 power specifications for VPX and aids in locating hot spots within the enclosure. The 6U VPX load card features a microcontroller-based stepped load control to 100W maximum. Go-No-Go indicators are present for 3.3V, 5V, 12V, +12V_Aux, -12V_Aux and 3.3V_Aux.
ACROSSER rolled out ACE-MINI ITX chassis wtih I/O for gaming systems. The ACE-MINI contains an ACE-B2019 PCI bus gaming I/O card, a power supply, and an enclosure that supports most Mini-ITX motherboards. The ACE-MINI also includes a software development kit. The software development kit contains API, device drivers, and a demo program to support Windows XP embedded and Linux operation systems.