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Артикул: 34105-0000-00-1
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COMe Reference Carrier-I Type10 Thin-nanoITX

Product Technical Specifications

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Form Factor nITXForm Factor describes the form or shape and standard of the device.
CompactPCI Support NoCompactPCI Support describe if the carrier support compactPCI or not
Hot Swap NoHot Swap describe the functions of replacing carrier without shutting down the system.
Minimum Operating Temperature (°C) -40Minimum Operating Temperature describes the minimum temperature that the device can function correctly while working.
Maximum Operating Temperature (°C) 85Maximum Operating Temperature describes the maximum temperature that the device can function correctly while working.
UART 1UART is an interface that converts parallel bytes from the CPU into serial bits for transmission, and vice versa.
I2C 1I2C is a bi-directional two-wire serial bus that provides a communication link between integrated circuits (ICs).
SPI 1SPI is a full-duplex synchronous serial interface for connecting low-/medium-bandwidth external devices using four wires.
SMBus 1SMBus is an interface between the CPU and computer system components used for low-speed system management communications.
PATA 0PATA describes the original IDE hard drive technology that uses a parallel data channel from the motherboard to the disk drives.
SATA 2SATA describes a standard hardware interface for connecting hard drives and CD/DVD drives to a computer. SATA is the serial version of the earlier Parallel ATA (PATA) interface.
VGA 0VGA describes a 15-pin D-subminiature set of male and female electrical connectors that relays data from a computer to an output device.
GPIO 4GPIO describes a generic interface whose behavior (including whether it is an input or output pin) can be controlled (programmed) by the user at run time.
PS/2 0PS/2 describes a type of port used by older computers for connecting input devices such as keyboards and mice. It has six pins and is roughly circular in shape.
USB 10USB is Universal Serial Port and this feature refers to the number of USB supported by the device.
PCI 0PCI describes an interconnection system between a microprocessor and attached devices in which expansion slots are spaced closely for high speed operation.
RS422 0RS422 describes a TIA/EIA standard for serial interfaces that extends distances and speeds beyond RS-232. RS-422 is a balanced system requiring more wire pairs than its RS-423 counterpart and is intended for use in multipoint lines. Both use either a 37-pin connector defined by RS-449 or a 25-pin connector defined by RS-530.
RS232 1RS232 describes a TIA/EIA standard for serial transmission between computers and peripheral devices (modem, mouse, etc.). Using a 25-pin DB-25 or 9-pin DB-9 connector, its normal cable limitation of 50 feet can be extended to several hundred feet with high-quality cable.
RS485 0RS485 describes an Electronics Industry Alliance (EIA) standard for multipoint communications. It supports several types of connectors, including DB-9 and DB-37. RS-485 is similar to RS-422 but can support more nodes per line because it uses lower-impedance drivers and receivers.
RS232/422/485 0RS232/422/485 describes an interface that combines features of RS232, RS422 and RS485 interfaces in one port.
Number of Ethernet Ports 2Number of Ethernet Ports describes the number of Ethernet ports or RJ-45 the device supports.
Ethernet Speed 1000MbpsEthernet Speed describes the data rate the network controller supports.
Audio Interfaces 1@Line In/1@Line Out/1@S/PDIFAudio Interfaces describe the interfaces take all the various audio inputs and convert them into digital audio data.
Video In NoVideo In describes a graphics port which enables video cards to have an input analog video transfer through a mini-DIN connector.
Mic In YesMic In describes an audio interface that is mono and about 600 to 1K ohm impedance and expecting significantly lower levels than the line in, as it has a preamp to pick up the very low levels present in a microphone.
Display Interface LVDS|DP++Display Interface describes the boundary across which two independent systems meet and act on or communicate with each other.
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