Single-board computer

  • 28-Oct-2011 09:20 EDT

The rugged SVME/DMV-194 low-power single-board computer (SBC) from Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing is based on a Freescale Power Architecture QorIQ P2020 processor with dual 1.2 GHz cores and delivers 6x the computing performance, at nearly the same cost, of earlier VME designs. This rugged air- or conduction-cooled SBC is suited for upgrading existing SWaP-C constrained systems based on older PowerPC or Power Architecture processors or for new designs. Designed especially for military systems that require maximum processing in extreme temperature conditions, the system features typical power dissipation rated at 20-25 W. It features two 64-bit PMC/XMC sites and a large complement of I/O including Gigabit Ethernet, up to six serial ports, SATA, 1553, and USB 2.0 ports.

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