Acrosser is shipping a new PCI-104 SBC (single-board computer) based on a low-power AMD Geode LX800 processor. The AR-B1622 is supported with drivers for Linux, and targets space-constrained, fanless designs such as portable medical equipment, according to the company.
Acrosser lists the following key features and specifications for the AR-B1622:
- Processor — ultra-low power (3.8 W) Geode [email protected] at 500 MHz
- Chipset — CS5535
- Memory — one 200-pin SODIMM supports up to 512 MB of 200 MHz SDRAM
- integrated AGP 4X 2D/3D engine
- up to 64 MB video memory shared with main memory
- analog CRT — up to 1920 x 1440 x 32 bits at 85 Hz
- 24-bit TTL interface for TFT LCD panel
- LCD inverter power connector and ON/OFF control
- supports 3.3 V and 5 V LCDs
- touchscreen interface shared with COM ports
- Storage — 44-pin IDE supports ATA 66
- I/O ports:
- 10/100 Ethernet
- 2 USB 2.0
- 2 serial RS232
- PS/2 keyboard and mouse
- AC97 1.1 audio
- 8 independent TTL GPIO lines
- Expansion — 32-bit PCI bus on stackable connector
Acrosser says the AR-B1622 supports “Linux 6.5,” or later, most likely meaning 2.6.5 kernels, or later.
The AB-B1622 appears to be available now. Pricing was not disclosed.
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