Embedded computing

  • 23-Jun-2008 11:24 EDT
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The ESMexpress system-on-module standard from MEN Micro was designed to offer the time savings of computer-on-module (COM) technology to rugged, harsh, and mission-critical environments. The XM1 features an Intel Atom processor and 1 GB soldered DDR2 SDRAM to decrease power dissipation and improve design flexibility. The unit combines a standard CPU with I/O configuration COM with advanced cooling technologies, serial buses, and rugged components for suitability in the harsh environments found in railways, industrial automation, and mobile industries. The XM1 dissipates 7 W of power, resists shock and vibration, and operates from -55°C to +125°C (-67 to +257°F).

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