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Cool LiteRunner-86DX

PC/104 Single Board Computer, Vortex-86DX Processor 600...1000 MHz

The Cool LiteRunner-86DX is scheduled for discontinuation as of May 06, 2013, and has been replaced by  CoreModule 435Details

  • Vortex86DX CPU with built in redundancy
  • 256/ 512 MB soldered DDR2 RAM
  • 100 Mbit LAN
  • 4x USB 2.0, 2x RS232/RS422/RS485
  • Integrated FPGA (optional)
  • Integrated GPS receiver (optional)
  • Power consumption: 3.5 to 5.5 W
  • Extended temperature range -40°C +85°C
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The Cool LiteRunner-86DX is an affordable PC/104 single board computer running a DM&P Vortex-86DX processor. The processor�s clock frequency can be set from 600..1000 MHz. Two Cool LiteRunner-86DX can be configured for redundant operation.

Fast, specialized, hardware-based processing is possible with the integrated Xilinx Spartan-3A FPGA, connected to the CPU via LPC bus and UART interface. A build-in GPS receiver with indoor tracking sensitivity allows device tracking.

Many standard PC peripherals are already on-board. Fast Ethernet, four USB ports, an ATA100 compliant EIDE port, as well as PS/2 ports. A MicroSD slot and an Onboard-Flash device facilitate constructions of devices without moving parts, as it is often required for mobile applications. Two flexible serial ports can be software-configured for RS232/RS422/RS485 line levels.

The Cool LiteRunner-86DX can be expanded using the PC/104 connector or the builtin Mini-PCI slot. A Mini-PCI-based graphics module is readily available. Sixteen I/O signals are freely usable for application defined signals and are accessible on a flat cable connector. The real time clock is buffered with an integrated battery. Troubleshooting is easy with supervision LEDs for power, watchdog, Ethernet and an application-defined life signal.

The Cool LiteRunner-86DX uses LiPPERT Enhanced Management Technology (LEMT; now naming as SEMA) to handle the boards housekeeping tasks like power sequencing and watchdog. It also provides useful utility functions for the application, like a secure, write and clear protected Flash area that can be used for security keys, or several operation mode counters. LEMT (Now naming as SEMA) also enables remote condition monitoring.

Available in all temperatur grades, passive cooling is possible.

Last buy Date:2014/08/29
Last shipment Date:2014/08/29

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