WinSystems announced their EPX-C380, an EPIC-compatible, 1.66-GHz Atom-based single board computer (SBC). The board uses either the Atom single-core N450 or dual-core D510 processor combined with the ICH8M I/O hub controller, both of which are supplied from Intel’s Embedded Architecture Division for long-term availability. Operational from -40° to +70°C, these SBCs provide an open and powerful platform for processor- and I/O-intensive solutions for medical and security, and transportation applications. The EPX-C380 measures 115 by 165 mm (4.5 by 6.5 in.).
The EPX-C380 uses the integrated Gen 3.5 graphics processor, which incorporates both VGA and LVDS display interfaces with resolutions of 1400 by 1050 and 1366 by 768, respectively. Memory support includes up to 2 Gbytes of DDR2 667-MHz SODIMM system memory as well as a CompactFlash socket and optional 2-Mbyte battery-backed SRAM.
The EPX-C380 has two Gigabit Ethernet ports, two SATA channels, and eight USB 2.0 ports, plus four RS-232/422/485 asynchronous serial channels onboard. PC/104-Plus and miniPCIe connectors are included for expansion with either standard or user-designed specialty I/O modules.
The PC-compatible EPX-C380 architecture supports WES 7, Linux, Windows XP embedded, and a vast software development tool set including device drivers and libraries. It also supports other x86-compatible real time operating systems such as QNX and VxWorks.
The fanless 1.66GHz board with the single core N450 processor lists for $695 (qty. = 1). Delivery is from stock to three weeks.