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   Intel® AtomTM       Intel Atom is the smallest processor built with the smallest transistors (2010). It is designed specifically for mobile internet devices and simple PCs (Netbooks, etc.) 
   Intel386™ Family       General Specs of the Intel386TM family:
  • Internal Register Size: 32-bit
  • Data I/O Bus Width: 32-bit
  • Memory Address Bus Width: 24-bit and 32-bit (DX series)
  • Maximum Memory: 16MB and 4GB (DX Series)
 
   Intel486TM Family       General Specs of the Intel486TM family:
  • Internal Register Size: 32-bit
  • Data I/O Bus Width: 32-bit
  • Memory Address Bus Width: 32-bit
  • Maximum Memory: 4GB
 
   Intel® Pentium® II       General Specs of the Intel® Pentium® II family:
  • Internal Register Size: 32-bit
  • Data I/O Bus Width: 64-bit
  • Memory Address Bus Width: 36-bit
  • Maximum Memory: 64GB
  • Utilizes Intel's 0.25 micron manufacturing process
  • High clock speed: up to 450 MHz
 
   Intel® Pentium® III       General Specs of the Intel® Pentium® III family:
  • Internal Register Size: 32-bit
  • Data I/O Bus Width: 64-bit
  • Memory Address Bus Width: 36-bit
  • Maximum Memory: 64GB
  • Utilizes Intel's 0.18 micron manufacturing process
  • High clock speed: over 1GHz
 
   Intel® Pentium® 4       The Intel Pentium 4 processor is based on the new Intel NetBurst™ micro-architecture.  A powerful processor that is available at speeds over 2 GHz. 
   Intel® Pentium® M       An Intel® microprocessor specially designed for mobile systems. 
   Intel® Celeron®       General Specs of the Intel® Celeron® family include:
  • Internal Register Size: 32-bit
  • Data I/O Bus Width: 64-bit
  • Memory Address Bus Width: 36-bit
  • Maximum Memory: 64GB
 
   Intel® Itanium®       The Intel® Itanium® processor is based on the Itanium micro-architecture.  It is designed for demanding technical computing applications. 
   Intel® Xeon®       The Intel® Xeon® processor is designed for mid-range to high-end servers and workstations. This processor is a more powerful processor than it earlier version, the Intel Pentium III Xeon processor. It is designed specifically for multi-threaded applications and multi-tasking environments. 
   Intel Core™ Duo       The Intel Core™ Duo microprocessor is a 32-bit processor generally used in mobile devices. 
   Intel® Core™2 Duo       The Intel® Core™2 Duo microprocessor is a 64-bit processor generally used in desktop and laptop computers. 
   Intel® Core 2 Duo / Celeron®       The Intel’s new Dual Core Celeron is based on the new Core 2 micro-architecture and not the old P4 NetBurst. Basically Intel is offering the same specs as before but now users can get a Dual Core system and it will be based on Core 2 Duo architecture, which saves on power. 
   Intel® Core™2 Quad       The Intel® Core™2 Quad microprocessor is a high end processor used generally in multi-tasking multithreading systems. 
   Intel® Core™2 Extreme       The Intel® Core™2 Extreme microprocessor is a high end processor used generally in mobile applications. 
   Quad-Core Intel® Xeon®       The Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® microprocessor is a high end processor used generally in mobile applications. 
   AMD AthlonTM       General Specs of the AMD AthlonTM family:
  • X86 Architecture
  • On chip full speed cache: 384KB
  • System Bus Speed: 200 MHz
  • Floating Point Pipelines: 3
  • Processor Bus Speed: 200 MHz
 
   AMD DuronTM       General Specs of the AMD DuronTM family:
  • X86 Architecture
  • Seventh Generation Processor
  • On chip full speed cache: 192KB (Level L1 + Level L2)
  • Floating Point Pipelines: 3
  • System Bus Speed: 200 MHz
 
   AMD OpteronTM       General Specs of the AMD OpteronTM family:
  • X86 Architecture
  • Simultaneous 32- and 64-bit computing
  • 24.0GB/s peak bandwidth per processor
  • 256 Terabytes of memory address space
  • Integrated memory controller reduces latencies during memory access in a SMP server system 
 
   AMD GeodeTM GXM       General Specs of the AMD GeodeTM GXM family:
  • Fully integrated 2D graphics
  • 64-Bit SDRAM Controller
  • PCI Bus Controller
  • Low Power
  • Max Speed: 266 MHz
  • MMX Support
 
   AMD-K6®       General Specs of the AMD K6 Family (AMD K6-III, AMD K6-2):
  • X86 Compatibility
  • MMX Technology
  • On chip full speed cache: 2368KB
  • System Bus Speed: 200 MHz
  • Floating Point Pipelines: 3
  • 3DNow! Technology
 
   AMD Sempron™       The AMD Sempron™ is a high end microprocessor used in home and business applications. 
   AMD Turion™       The AMD Turion™ is 64-bit processor normally used in mobile applications. 
   AMD Turion™ 64 X2 Dual-Core       The AMD Turion™ 64 X2 Dual-Core is 64-bit high-end processor normally used in mobile applications. 
   VIA Cyrix® III       General Specs of the VIA Cyrix® III family:
  • High Clock Speed (500 MHz - 600MHz)
  • L1 Cache: 128KB
  • 3DNow! and MMX Technology
  • Low Power Dissipation
 
   VIA Cyrix® MIITM       General Specs of the VIA Cyrix® MIITM family:
  • L1 Cache: 64KB
  • L2 Cache: 384KB
  • Data Bus Width: 64-bit
  • Address Bus Width: 32-bit
  • MMX Technology
 
   VIA Eden™       The VIA Eden™ processor is a fan less processor normally used in embedded systems that require ultra low power. 
   AMD GeodeTM GX1       General Specs of the AMD GeodeTM GX1 family:
  • Low Power Consumption
  • Speed up to 300 MHz
  • Supports Intel's® MMX instruction set extension for fast multimedia applications
  • PCI Host Controller
 
   AMD GeodeTM GXLV       General Specs of the AMD GeodeTM GXLV family:
  • Low Power Consumption
  • 32-Bit (x86) Processor
  • Speed up to 266 MHz
  • Supports Intel's® MMX instruction set extension for fast multimedia applications
  • PCI Host Controller
 
   Motorola 680 Family       This is the first member of the Motorola family of 16- and 32-bit microprocessors. Actually it is a 32-bit architecture internally, but 16-bit externally with a 24-bit address bus. It is used in early SUN workstations, Macintoshes and other systems. 
   Motorola 68HC11       General Specs of the Motorola 68HC11 family:
  • On board RAM, ROM, and EEPROM
  • 38 general purpose I/O pins
  • 16-bit Timer System
  • An 8-channel 8-bit A/D
  • Serial (RS232) communications at various baud rates
  • SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) communications
 
   Motorola PowerPCTM       Motorola PowerPC™ is a RISC (Reduce Instruction Set Computer) microprocessor designed to meet the standards set by the PowerPC Alliance (Motorola, IBM, and Apple Computer). The PowerPC standard specifies a 32-bit and 64-bit bus and support for 32 floating point registers. The PowerPC processor is used to power notebooks, desktop computers, workstations, and servers, as well as high-end telecommunication networks. 
   FPGA       Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) processors are a new computing architecture that is under development since the early '90s. In general, the computing core of an FPGA consists of a matrix of highly complex reprogrammable logic ICs: Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA). FPGA processors change the view on algorithmic problem solving and have the advantage of being extremely powerful for many applications.  Widely used computer architectures have a fixed central processing unit (CPU) operating on data stored in a memory. Programs determine the sequence of single instructions executed by the CPU. This is a disadvantage for algorithms that can be executed in parallel. In contrast FPGA computers have no given processor structure but offer large amounts of logic gates, registers, RAM and routing resources. These can be used for performing logical and arithmetical operations, for variable storage and to transfer data between different parts of the system. Programs do not determine the sequence of execution but the logical structure of the reconfigurable machine. Therefore algorithms are not only executable in parallel but are executed using a minimum amount of hardware.  Typically thousands of operations can be performed in parallel on an FPGA computer during every clock cycle. Though the clock speed of FPGAs (20-80MHz) is lower than of current RISC systems (100-500MHz) the resulting speedup can be extremely high: in many applications like image processing, artificial neural networks, data encryption or string processing, speedups between 100 and 1000 have been reported. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configuration. 
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   Chipset Type      A single chip that integrates many basic devices such as the clock generator, system timer, interrupt controller, bus controller, DMA (direct memory access), keyboard controller, memory cache, external buses and some peripherals. A chipset operates at the speed of the bus to which it is connected.
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   Intel® Chipset       Family of chipsets manufactured by Intel®. They are classified according to the type of CPU they support. 
   VIA Chipset       Chipset family manufactured by VIA Technology, Inc. 
   SiS Chipset       Chipset series manufactured by Silicon Integrated System Corp (SiS). 
   ALi Chipset       Chipset manufactured by ALi. 
   Other       Unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configuration. 
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   CPU Speed       CPU speed refers to the speed at which the CPU operates internally. It is calculated by multiplying the memory bus speed by the multiplier of the processor, or Processor Speed = Memory Speed x Multiplier. The multiplier is different for each processor. 
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I/O Bus Specifications
   I/O Bus Specifications      A bus is a pathway that is used to transfer data within a computer. This pathway can be established between two or more computer components. There are many types of buses: processor bus, memory bus, AGP bus, etc. The I/O Bus (also known as expansion slots) enables the CPU to communicate with peripheral devices. One important parameter used to measure the performance of a bus is the number of bits at which the bus operates. This is the number of paths (wires) that the bus uses to send data simultaneously. For instance, a 16-bit bus is capable of sending 16 bits of data simultaneously.
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   AdvancedTCA®       Advanced telecommunication computing architecture (AdvancedTCA®) is a specification for carrier grade equipment that uses high-speed switching fabric technology. AdvancedTCA is a registered trademark of the PICMG-PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group, Inc. 
   CompactPCI (cPCI)       Compact PCI (cPCI) is a high-performance industrial bus that uses the electrical standards of the PCI bus and is packaged in a Eurocard. Specifications for the CompactPCI bus are developed and maintained by the PCI Industrial Computers Manufacturers Group (PICMG). cPCI buses are used extensively in systems that require high speed data transfers. Examples include data communication routers and switches, real-time machine control, real-time data acquisition, military systems, etc. 
   ETX       Embedded technology extended (ETX) is a form factor for developing embedded systems that eliminates cables and connectors. The ETX-PC has a small footprint, 114mm x 95mm, and a maximum thickness of 12mm. 
   HMP       Host media processing platform (HMP). 
   ISA / EISA       Industry standard architecture (ISA) buses can handle 16-bit data transfers at a clock speed of 8 MHz. They are also capable of handling memory under 16 MB. Extended ISA (EISA) is an enhanced version of the ISA bus. EISA buses run at 8 MHz, are capable of 32-bit data transfers, and can access all memory in the system. 
   MULTIBUS®  (I & II)       MULTIBUS® is a popular, modular computer-systems architecture used in embedded applications in telecommunications, manufacturing automation, and networking. The original 16-bit design is referred to as MULTIBUS I. The current 32-bit version is called MULTIBUS II or IEEE 1296. MULTIBUS is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation.  
   PCI       Peripheral component interconnect (PCI) is a local bus system designed for high-end computer systems. PCI buses transfer 32 or 64 bits of data at a clock speed of 33 MHz. They also support 3 to 5 critical peripherals, which are either integrated directly onto the motherboard or added via expansion cards. PCI buses fully support cards that were developed for standard I/O buses. 
   PCI-X       PCI-X (Peripheral Component Interconnect Extended) is an enhanced PCI bus that is backward compatible with existing PCI cards and features speeds up to 1 Gbps. PCI-X was designed by IBM, Hewlett Packard (HP), and Compaq to increase the performance of high bandwidth devices such as Gigabit Ethernet, Fibre Channel, and clustered processors. Versions of PCI-X include PCI-X 66, PCI-X 133, PCI-X 266 and PCI-X 533.   
   PCI Express       PCI express (PCIe) fits common system architectures, provides greater speed and independence, and increases bandwidth and scalability. PCIe offers 4 Gbps of peak bandwidth per direction and 8 Gbps of concurrent bandwidth. PCIe is referred to as a third-generation input / output (3GIO). 
   ePCI-X       Embedded PCI extended (ePCI-X). 
   PCMCIA (PC Card)       PCMCIA devices or PC cards are credit card-sized peripherals used mainly in laptop and notebook computers. They plug into a 68-pin host socket that is connected either to the motherboard or an expansion bus. An adapter takes the place of a COM port and translates the PCMCIA signals into a format that is usable by the computer’s bus. 
   PMC       PMC is a form factor, not a bus. It is electrically equivalent to the PCI bus, but has a different shape and bus connectors. PMC is designed for rugged applications and provides a secure mounting platform for VME mezzanine boards. 
   PXI       PCI extensions for instrumentation (PXI) is a superset of CompactPCI that adds timing and triggering functions, imposes requirements for documenting environmental tests, and establishes a standard Windows®-based software framework. Windows is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation. 
   PC/104 (PC/104-Plus, EBX, ETX)       PC/104 derives its name from the acronym for personal computers (PC) and the number of pins used to connect cards (104). PC/104 cards are much smaller than ISA bus cards and stack together, eliminating the need for a motherboard, backplane, and/or card cage. PC/104-Plus combines the PCI bus with the PCI/104 form factor for faster data transfers. Embedded board expandable (EBX) is a small (5.75” x 8”) form factor for single-board computers that supports PC/104 expansion.   Embedded technology extended (ETX) is a form factor for developing embedded systems that eliminates cables and connectors. The ETX-PC has a small footprint, 114mm x 95mm, and a maximum thickness of 12mm. 
   StackableUSB       StackableUSB is used to simplify communication between I/O channels and the CPU in embedded applications. 
   STD       STD is often called the "blue collar bus" because of its rugged design and use in industrial and process control applications. There are three STD bus types: STD Z80, STD80, and STD 32. The STD Z80 bus and the STD 80 bus use a 56-pin backplane with 0.125" contact spacing for card interconnection. The STD 32 Bus provides a 32-bit wide data bus to support 8, 16, and 32-bit data transfers. Dynamic bus sizing, which varies the data path size depending on the requirements of the peripheral card being addressed, gives the STD 32 bus added flexibility. 
   USB       Universal serial bus (USB) is a 4-wire, 12-Mbps serial bus for low-to-medium speed peripheral device connections to personal computers (PC), including keyboards, mice, modems, printers, joysticks, audio functions, monitor controls, etc. The USB design is standardized by the USB Implementers Forum (USBIF), an organization that includes leading companies from the computer and electronics industries. The current USB specification is USB 2.0, which supports data transfer rates of up to 480 Mbps. 
   VMEbus       VersaModule Eurocard bus (VMEbus) is a popular, 32-bit bus used in industrial, commercial and military applications. The VMEbus is based on the VME standard, which defines mechanical specifications such as board dimensions, connector specifications and enclosure characteristics, as well as the electronic specifications for sub-bus structures, signal functions, timing, signal voltage levels, and master/slave configurations.  The VMEbus uses 3U and 6U Eurocards, rugged circuit boards that provide a 96-pin plug instead of an edge connector for durability. Several VMEbus varieties are available.  
   VPX       VPX (aka VITA 46) is an ANSI standard based on the VME bus with support for switched fabric using a high speed connector. 
   VXI / VMI       VME extension for instrumentation (VXI) is an electrical and mechanical standard used mainly with automatic test equipment (ATE). VXI allows equipment from different vendors to work together in a common control and packaging environment. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configuration. 
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Memory / Storage
   RAM       Random access memory (RAM) can be read from or written to in a nonlinear manner. RAM derives its name from the fact that any byte of memory can be accessed randomly instead of sequentially. RAM does not retain data in memory when power is removed. 
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   Cache Memory (L1 & L2):       The cache contains the data that is accessed most often between the CPU and memory. Cache memory accounts for a small amount of high-speed RAM and is the memory that the processor most often utilizes. The cache runs almost as fast as the processor. There are two types of cache:
  • L1 - Also called the internal cache because it is directly built into the processor. It is part of the processor die (raw chip).
  • L2 - Also called external cache because it is external to the processor chip.
  
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   Flash Memory (RAM):       Flash is a form of electrically erasable, programmable, read-only memory (EEPROM) that can be erased and reprogrammed in blocks instead of one byte at a time. Flash memory is non-volatile, which means that it does not need a constant power supply in order to retain data. Flash offers extremely fast access times, low power consumption, and relative immunity to severe shock or vibration. Flash memory chips have a lifespan of approximately 100,000 write cycles - a fact that makes Flash unsuitable for use as computer main memory. Typically, Flash memory chips are used in portable or compact devices such as digital cameras, cell phones, pagers, and scanners. Flash memory chips are also used as solid-state disks in laptops and as memory cards for video game consoles. 
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   CompactFlashTM?       CompactFlash™ is a small, removable mass storage device first introduced in 1994. CompactFlash cards are designed with flash technology; a non-volatile storage solution that retains data indefinitely without a battery even after the system is turned off. These cards are compatible with PCMCIA-ATA standards. 
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   Storage Devices       
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   Floppy Drive Support?       Floppy drive storage available. 
   CD-ROM Support?       CD-ROM storage available. 
   Tape Support?       Tape drives support. 
   Other?       Unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configuration. 
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   Hard Drive Support?       
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   IDE Interface       Integrated drive electronics (IDE) describes a hard disk controller circuitry. 
   SCSI Interface       Small computer systems interface (SCSI) is an intelligent I/O parallel peripheral bus with a standard, device-independent protocol that allows many peripheral devices to be connected to the SCSI port. A single SCSI bus can drive up to eight devices or units: the host adapter or controller, and seven other devices. Each device is assigned a different SCSI ID, ranging from 0 to 7.  SCSI formats include SCSI-1, SCSI-2, SCSI-3, Wide SCSI, Fast SCSI, Wide Fast SCSI, Ultra SCSI, Ultra2 SCSI, Ultra3 SCI (Ultra160), Ultra 320 SCSI, and Ultra640 SCSI. 
   Other       Unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configuration. 
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I/O Interfaces
   Ports:      A physical connector that allows a peripheral device such as a printer, a keyboard, or modem, to be attached to the computer.
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   Serial Ports       Serial Ports (Asynchronous Serial Interface): A system-to-system communication interface. Data is sent over a single wire (serial). Transmission is asynchronous because no synchronization or clocking signal is present. Standards:
  • RS232 - An interface between data terminal equipment and data communications equipment employing serial binary data interchange.
  • RS422 - A balanced serial interface for the transmission of digital data. It was designed for greater distances and higher Baud rates than RS232.
  • RS485 - A balanced serial interface for the transmission of digital data. The advantage of a balanced signal is the greater immunity to noise. The difference between RS422 and RS485 is that RS485 can be transformed into a multi-point application.
  
   Parallel Ports       Parallel ports transmit data by using eight wires simultaneously to send the eight bits that comprise one byte of data. Standard Parallel Port (SPP) is the most basic port type. Enhanced Parallel Port (EPP) and Enhanced Capability Port (ECP) are standard signaling methods for bi-directional parallel communication between a computer and peripheral devices that offers the potential for much higher rates of data transfer than the original parallel signaling methods. EPP is for non-printer peripherals. ECP is for printers and scanners. EPP / ECP are part of IEEE Standard 1284, which also specifies support for current signaling methods (including Centronics, the de facto standard for printer communication) so that both old and new peripherals can be accommodated. 
   USB       Universal serial bus (USB) is a 4-wire, 12-Mbps serial bus for low-to-medium speed peripheral device connections to personal computers (PC), including keyboards, mice, modems, printers, joysticks, audio functions, monitor controls, etc. The USB design is standardized by the USB Implementers Forum (USBIF), an organization that includes leading companies from the computer and electronics industries. The current USB specification is USB 2.0, which supports data transfer rates of up to 480 Mbps. 
   IEEE 1394 (FireWire®)       IEEE 1394 or FireWire® is an interface standard adopted by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for very fast digital data transfers such as streaming video. IEEE 1394 connectors are used to transmit and receive data among FireWire devices, and are designed to replace external high-speed peripheral connections to personal computers, including hard disks, CD-ROMs, DVDs, graphics cards, high-speed scanners, direct video, monitors, etc. Tiny, robust FireWire connectors will also become important parts of home entertainment, communication, and appliance networks. FireWire is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.  
   Other       Modem, transmitter, TTL, IR, GPS, etc. 
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   Communication Networks:      Local Area Network (LAN) specifications. LAN is a limited-distance high-speed network that supports many hosts (computers).
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   GPIB (IEEE 488, HPIB)       The general-purpose interface bus (GPIB) is designed to connect computers, peripherals and laboratory instruments so that data and control information can pass between them. It was originally developed by Hewlett Packard (HP) and called the HPIB bus. GPIB is also known as the IEEE 488 bus, and is electrically equivalent to the IEC 625 bus.   
   Ethernet       Ethernet is a local area network (LAN) protocol that uses a bus or star typology and supports data transfer rates of 10 Mbps. The Ethernet specification is the basis for the IEEE 802.3 standard, which specifies the physical and lower software layers. To handle simultaneous demands, Ethernet uses carrier sense multiple access / collision detection (CSMA/CD) to monitor network traffic. 
   ARCNET       Attached resource computer network (ARCNET) is an embedded, high-speed, token-based network technology that provides local area network (LAN) communications between computers. ARCNET relies on a bus or star topology and can support up to 255 nodes. Different versions run at speeds of 1.5 Mbps, 20 Mbps (ARCNET Plus), and 100 Mbps. 
   Token Ring       Token ring is a network transport typology in which attached devices must receive a supervisory frame or token before they can transmit data. Token ring networks are wired in circular or star-shaped configurations and provide transmission speeds of 4 or 16 Mbps. They are less common than Ethernet networks, but are suitable for many high-speed, high-traffic applications. Token ring networks adhere to the IEEE 802.5 standard. 
   FDDI       Fiber distributed data interface (FDDI) is a reliable, high-speed backbone for mission critical and high traffic networks. It transports data at 100 Mbps and can support up to 500 stations on a single network. FDDI was designed to use fiber cables, transmitting light pulses to convey information between stations; however, it can also run on copper wire with electrical signals. 
   ATM       Asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) is a high-speed, point-to-point, switched network technology that uses fiber optic or Category 5 (Cat-5) copper cabling. ATM transmits data in cells rather than frames and can carry text, audio, and video. Each cell is a packet that contains 5 bytes of routing information and 48 bytes of data. Basic networks run at 155 Mbps, but implementations that use fiber optic cable can achieve speeds as high as 660 Mbps. The basic desktop standard runs at 25 Mbps. 
   AppleTalk®       AppleTalk® is a networking protocol for connecting Macintosh® computers to each other, or to shared devices. It was designed to run over LocalTalk® networks, but can also run on Ethernet and Token Ring.  AppleTalk, Macintosh, and LocalTalk are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. 
   AS-i       The AS-interface (AS-i) is a network system for the lower field range of the automation level. It is suitable for networking binary actuators and sensors. The use of a special integrated circuit (IC) allows AS-i to be integrated with small devices in a cost-effective manner. 
   INTERBUS-S®       INTERBUS® is a fieldbus network based on the cyclic, serial transmission of input/output data between a master and slave stations. Common versions include INTERBUS-S®, INTERBUS-R®, and INTERBUS-MUX® (MUX). INTERBUS, INTERBUS-S and INTERBUS-MUX are registered trademarks of Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. 
   Seriplex       The Seriplex interface uses a four-wire cable that provides both communication and power. Embedded and non-embedded application specific integrated circuits (ASIC) are used to control the components connected to the bus, and to provide addressing capabilities. Seriplex devices include pushbuttons, contactors, valves, limiters, sensors, and actuators. 
   CANbus       Controller area network bus (CANbus) is a high-speed serial data network designed for harsh electrical environments and real-time control applications. It operates at data rates up to 1 Mbps and provides excellent error detection and confinement capabilities. 
   DeviceNet       DeviceNet uses controller area network (CAN) network protocol to connect industrial devices such as limit switches, photoelectric cells, valve manifolds, motor starters, drives, and operator displays to programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and personal computers (PCs). 
   PROFIBUS®       The process fieldbus (PROFIBUS®) is a popular, open communication standard used in factory automation, process automation, motion control, and safety applications. PROFIBUS is standardized in IEC 71158 and IEC 61784 and is suitable for both fast, time-critical applications and complex communication tasks. PROFIBUS is a registered trademark of PROFIBUS International. 
   FOUNDATION Fieldbus       The FOUNDATION fieldbus is a serial, all-digital, two-way communication system that serves as a local area network (LAN) for factory instrumentation and control devices. It uses a line or tree topology and distributed data transfer (DDT). In the hierarchy of digital networks, the FOUNDATION fieldbus is on the lower end. 
   P-NET       The P-NET fieldbus is a digital communication standard for connecting distributed process components via a common two-wire cable. It is designed for automation and process control applications. P-NET is both a European standard (EN 50170, Vol. 1) and part of the international fieldbus standard (IEC 61158, Type 4). 
   WorldFIP       WorldFIP is similar to the FOUNDATION fieldbus and provides a single communications technology for time-critical data and unscheduled messaging. WorldFIP is an accepted technology for international contracts and is a European standard (EN50170, Vol. 3). 
   LON®       LON® is a network interface that provides transfer rates between 10 Kbps and 1.25 Mpbs. LON, a registered trademark of Echelon Corporation, can be used with a PC/104 slot or in a PC/104 computer. 
   HART®       The highway addressable remote transducer (HART®) protocol uses 1200 baud frequency shift keying (FSK) based on the Bell 202 standard to superimpose digital signals on conventional 4-20 mA analog signals. This enables two-way communication and facilitates the transmission of information beyond normal process variables to and from smart field instruments. The HART protocol communicates without interrupting the analog signal and allows a host application (master) to receive two or more digital updates per second from a field device (slave). Because they are phase-continuous, the digital FSK signals do not interfere with the analog 4-20 mA signals. HART is a registered trademark of the HART Communication Foundation. 
   Beckhoff I/O       Beckhoff I/O combines open fieldbus protocols with the proprietary Beckhoff bus terminal system. KBUS extension technology facilitates connections between the bus terminal and a large variety of devices. 
   BITBUS®       BITBUS® or IEEE 118 is a fieldbus based on standard technologies such as RS485 and synchronous data link control (SDLC). It uses a master-slave communication system in which a master computer can talk with up to 249 slaves. The standard baud rate for BITBUS is 375 kbps. BITBUS is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. 
   SDS       Smart distributed system (SDS) is an advanced bus system for intelligent sensors and actuators using CAN-based technology. SDS uses a single 4-wire cable and can interface up to 64 nodes with a maximum of 126 addresses. Typical applications include packaging and food processing equipment, material handling, conveyor systems, and automated storage retrieval systems. 
   InfiniBand® (IB)       InfiniBand® (IB) is a channel-based, point-to-point architecture that creates a centralized I/O fabric allowing for greater server performance, design density, reliability and performance scalability. InfiniBand is a registered trademark of the InfiniBand Trade Association. 
   SERCOS       Serial real-time communications system (SERCOS) is an open-standard, digital drive interface specification for communications between controllers and intelligent devices. SERCOS is designed for the high-speed serial transmission of standardized, closed-loop data in real-time over a noise-immune, fiber optic cable. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configuration. 
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   Video:      Video adapter support for display devices.
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   None       No video adapter support. 
   VGA Interface       Video Graphics Array (VGA) is a PC video display circuit and adapter that supports text and graphics. Text is supported at a maximum resolution of 80x25 characters in 16 colors. Graphics are supported at a maximum resolution of 320x200 pixels in 256 colors, or 640x480 pixels in 16 colors. 
   AGP Bus       AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port). A standard for 3D graphics developed by Intel®. 
   LCD Controller       Adapter that controls a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD). 
   CRT Controller       Adapter that controls a Cathode-Ray Tube (CRT) type of monitor. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configuration. 
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Features / Environment
   Features       
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   RoHS / Lead-Free       Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) is a European Union (EU) directive that requires all manufacturers of electronic and electrical equipment sold in Europe to demonstrate that their products contain only minimal levels of the following hazardous substances: lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, and polybrominated biphenyl and polybrominated diphenyl ether. RoHS will become effective on July 1, 2006. 
   DiskOnChip®?       DiskOnChip® is single chip flash disk that is used for data storage. It is much faster than hard or floppy drivers. 
   Watchdog Timer?       The Watchdog Timer is a circuit that automatically re-boots a PC when its hardware or software malfunctions. 
   Real Clock Timer?       Real time clock support. 
   Printer Support?       Printer adapter. It can be PIO (Programmed I/O) or SIO (Serial I/O). 
   Dual Processors?       Computer has or can support dual processors. 
   Keyboard Support?       Keyboard port present. 
   Mouse Support?       Mouse port present. 
   Speaker Support?       Speaker’s port present. 
   RJ-45 Connectors?       Cable connector similar to a telephone jack that is normally used for 10Base-T systems. 
   PICMG Compliant?       The single board computer is compliant with the standards of the PICMG (PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group). 
   HA Platform?       High Availability Platform 
   Other       Other unlisted features. 
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   Operating Temperature       This is the full-required range of ambient operating temperature. 
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   Operating Humidity       This is the full-required range of ambient operating humidity. 
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