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Fanless ultra low voltage Celeron M PC/104

VersaLogic has released a fanless version of its Cheetah PC/104-Plus embedded single board computer (SBC).

The new Cheetah version (EPM-32v) has the processing power of Intel's voltage Celeron M CPU, but operates without a fan and uses only eight watts of power.
The ULV Cheetah is targeted at applications such as medical, avionics, navigation/tracking, system monitoring, and security that require processing power and low power draw.
Standard on-board features of this RoHS-compliant SBC include 2 COM ports, 2 USB 2.0 ports, Ethernet, IDE, LPT, audio, and PS/2 keyboard/mouse support. The board also features integrated video with support for both analogue monitors and LVDS flat panels. The Extreme Graphics 2 video processor includes high speed 3d rendering, full motion video, and MPEG2 decoding. The PC/104-Plus interface supports both ISA and PCI add-on modules. Standard pass through connectors allow the board to be used above other PC/104 modules. It may also be used as a CPU module for larger systems, by plugging it into a proprietary base board that includes specific user I/O circuitry.

Chris Shaw

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