What's the latest?
What’s notable at our member companies? Well, quite a bit! I asked our members to contribute some news blurbs, and here’s what filled my inbox. As always, I encourage you to visit our member-company websites and to stop by their booths at the many trade shows where they exhibit. As for the Consortium, you can always keep up with us at www.pc104.org.
ADLINK Technology, Inc. www.adlinktech.com
Advanced Micro Peripherals www.ampltd.com
Advanced Micro Peripherals recently launched a new line of PCIe/104 raw video frame grabbers called the HDGrabberX series. The series provides a powerful and flexible solution for capturing HDMI/DVI, RGB, STANAG3350, and HD-SDI. View them here at its brand-new site: www.amp-usa.com/news-alerts-pcie104-frame-grabbers/
The rugged PC/104 Baikal-T1 CPU is designed for building the communications infrastructure of process control systems. Visit www.fastwel.com/newsevents/news/123/745/ to learn more. The company is also introducing the DIC324, a new PC/104 digital input/output module with galvanic isolation.
RTD Embedded Technologies, Inc. www.rtd.com
RTD has been meeting customer needs with its rugged, off-the-shelf IP67 and IP69 systems, which are rated for protection against dust ingress. These solutions are optimized for harsh temperature and vibration environments. They include Intel-based CPUs and data acquisition modules and increasingly feature managed and unmanaged Ethernet switches. Visit rtdstacknet.com to learn more.
Sundance Multiprocessor Technology Ltd. www.sundance.com
Sundance started developing PC/104-compatible boards almost 20 years ago, due to the nature of the “Open Specification” that can be downloaded for free from www.pc104.org. Sundance has recently taken the next step of actually sharing with the community its latest PC/104 platform and full design that contains a Xilinx SoC FPGAs and is royalty-free. The details of the Sundance board can be found here: http://www.sundance.technology/som-cariers/pc104-boards/emc2-dp/ and the design files are located on CERN’s “ ” site.
Diamond Systems Corp. www.diamondsystems.com
Diamond’s 3.5-inch 6th-generation Core i7 2.6GHz Venus SBC is generating interest with its built-in ruggedness and impressive feature set. High performance, vast expansion capabilities, thicker PCB, latching connectors, and 4 GB soldered-down DDR4 RAM make Venus a unique solution. Diamond will be showing the Venus SBC at embedded world 2018.
General Standards Corp. www.generalstandards.com
The General Standards 16AI32SSC1M board offers 32-channel, differential, 16-bit simultaneous sampling with 1.0 megasamples/second sample rate per channel, time-tagging, and low-latency access. This solution is available in both true native form factorsand .
WinSystems, Inc. www.winsystems.com
WinSystems is talking about the pro-duction release of the PX1-C415 SBC based on the Intel E3900 (Apollo Lake) system-on-chip. Variations of this PCIe/104 OneBank SBC are enabling users to bring new functionality to rugged designs in the transportation sector and various Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) deployments.
ept, inc. www.ept.de
ept has developed a 22-mm stack height connector compatible to PC104+/PCI bus. It will be available in short tail and long tail for stackthrough applications. The connector is designed to be press-fit into the pcb. See ept at embedded world 2018.
PEAK-System Technik GmbH www.peak-system.com
PEAK is set to release the PCAN-PCI/104-Express FD in October 2017. The card with up to four channels allows the connection of PCI/104-Express systems to CAN and CAN FD buses. Have a look at the website and meet the team at embedded world 2018.
OpenSystems Media www.opensystems.media
OpenSystems Media is looking forward to another great year covering PC/104 and small form factors. Kicking off 2018 is the embedded industry’s largest event, embedded world, where almost every embedded board vendor is in attendance and highlighting their latest offerings. At the show: Grab the latest copy of the magazine and spread the good word on the benefits of designing applications using PC/104 and small form factors.