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Low power, RoHS compliant

Based on the 300MHz Vortex86SX CPU from DM&P, the ultra low power ICOP-6127 measures 102 x 144mm and offers features such as LAN, 3 x USB 2.0 ports, 8 x Serial Ports (1 port configurable as RS485) LPT, floppy and 32 lines of general purpose I/O.

Additional to the onboard 2MB SPI Flash, the unit also has an enhanced IDE port supporting both conventional and Flash Drives up to 4GB.
On board graphics resolution up to 1280 x 1024 is supported through the XGI Volari Z9s chipset providing CRT, TFT/ LVDS options, whilst a diverse range of plug in expansion opportunities are possible through PC/104, PCI-104 and Mini PCI (Type III) interfaces.
The RoHS compliant ICOP 6127 incorporates a programmable watchdog timer (30.5 to 512 seconds), has a standard operational temperature range of -20 to 70C or optional -40 to 85C.
Requiring a single rail 5V dc supply at 620mA, the ICOP-6127 is targeted at traditional high end microcontroller applications.

Chris Shaw

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