18 February 2009

Enhanced 3.5in sbc

Trident’s ECM-LX800D 3.5in single board computer (sbc) is a modified version of its Avalue ECM-LX800 board.

It offers 256Mbyte of onboard ram with the option to upgrade to 512mb.
The ECM-LX800D also features an optional built in touchscreen interface to support a 4, 5, or 8-wire touchscreen. The sbc can be powered by a wide voltage range of +10~+28v enabling usage in a broad range of industrial applications.
With a 500MHz amd Geode LX800 processor at the heart of the board, supported by an amd CS5536 companion chip, the ECM-LX800D is fanless and, when utilising the onboard compact flash socket provides a non-mechanical solution.

Author
Chris Shaw

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http://www.trident-uk.co.uk

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