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3U CompactPCI Quad-Core Intel® Atom™ Processor Blade (Formerly Bay Trail)

Features
  • Low power quad-core Intel® Atom™ SOC
  • Supports up to 4GB DDR3L-1333 ECC soldered memory
  • Onboard 32GB SSD support
  • Supports Smart Embedded Management Agent (SEMA) for system health monitoing
  • Optional additional GbE ports with MIL-STD M12 connectors
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  Introduction  
  SEMA  
  Ordering Information  
The ADLINK cPCI-3620 Series is a 3U CompactPCI® processor blade featuring a quad-core 4th generation Intel® Atom SOC and soldered DDR3L-1333 ECC memory up to 4GB.

Available in single-slot (4HP) or dual-slot (8HP) width form factors, the cPCI-3620 Series utilizes various daughter boards to provide a broad range of I/O functionality. Front panel I/O on the single-slot (4HP) version includes 1x USB 3.0, 2x RJ-45 GbE and 1x VGA port (common to all versions). Front panel I/O on the dual-slot (8HP) version includes additional 2x USB 2.0, 1x COM, 1x PS/2 KB/MS and Line-in/Line-out on the cPCI-3620D or additional 2x GbE via MIL-STD M12 connectors and 1x COM on the cPCI-3620T. Another dual-slot option is the cPCI-3620S with an additional XMC site on layer 2. There is also a single-slot option that provides LED indicators only with no I/O on the front panel.

Graphics support is integrated on the SOC. Storage options include an onboard 32GB SSD (optional) and 2.5" SATA drive on layer 2 riser card (cPCI-3620D/T). One optional PCI 32-bit/66 MHz PCIe x1 XMC site is available on the dual-slot cPCI-3620S version.

Rear I/O signals to J2 include 2x GbE, 1x VGA, 1x USB 2.0, 2x COM, 1x SATA 3 Gb/s, providing for expansion with an optional Rear Transition Module (RTM).

The cPCI-3620 is an ideal solution for transportation, military, factory automation and other industrial applications that require optimal computing performance for data transfer with lower power consumption. The ADLINK cPCI-3620 provides high manageability, supports Satellite mode operation as a standalone blade in peripheral slots, and features ADLINK's Smart Embedded Management Agent (SEMA) for system health monitoring.

Smart Embedded Management Agent
Today's Embedded PC Systems need to provide both optimal performance and low power consumption. This can be difficult to accomplish without adequate control and system management tools to detect potential problems before they get out of hand. Similarly, systems must run stably and continuously, particularly in critical applications and severe environments with subject to extreme shock & vibration and extended temperatures.

To meet these requirements, a tool is needed which is able to monitor and gather performance and status necessary information from the hardware in a timely, flexible and precise manner. ADLINK's Smart Embedded Management Agent (SEMA) accomplishes these goals for you, the developer and end user. Time-to-Market (TTM) and Total-Costs-of-Ownership (TCO) are key aspects to producing competitive products. To combine TTM and TCO in a reliable manner, a solid and reliable platform is fundamental. To assist in this endeavor, every new ADLINK computer-on-module (COM) and single board computer (SBCs) is equipped with a Board Management Controller (BMC) device supporting SEMA.

Initially designed for power sequencing tasks, the BMC has evolved to include many new and useful features through the years. Measuring the supply current to get a snapshot of the system??s power consumption is only one of the new capabilities. Being compatible with the latest Embedded Application Programming Interface specification (EAPI) reduces your effort to port existing calls to SEMA to nearly zero!

Interfacing the hardware to the operating system is one of SEMA's most important functions. The BMC first collects all relevant information from the chipset and other sources. Using the System Management Bus driver, the application layer fetches the data and presents it to the user. ADLINK also provides a ready-made application that shows the data in user-friendly graphic interfaces, suitable for supervision and troubleshooting. (Learn More)


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