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ETX embedded modules

27 July 2005 Computer/Embedded Technology

Ampro, which supplies rugged, extended temperature ETX modules, is now offering three ETX products including the Ampro ETX 800, Ampro ETX 700 and Ampro ETX 550.

Ampro's ETX 800 Pentium M Module is specifically for custom embedded application needing ruggedness and ultra-high Centrino performance without a heat pipe. The ETX 800 offers a choice of ultra-high performance processors with advanced networking, high-performance graphics and all of the PC-compatible subsystems in a modular format that plugs into one's custom baseboard. Transceivers, magnetics and I/O connectors all go on the baseboard. The ETX 800 has a 50% thicker PCB, 5-year lifecycle, two serial and four USB 2.0 ports, and Ampro's BIOS extensions.

Ampro's ETX 700 Pentium III Module gives a choice of high-performance, low-power processors with advanced networking, high-performance graphics and all of the PC-compatible component subsystems in a modular format that plugs into your custom baseboard. Transceivers, magnetics and I/O connectors go on the baseboard. The ETX 700 temperature ranges from -40 to +85°C, has a 5-year lifecycle, 10/100 Ethernet, two serial, four USB ports and is PCI and ISA expandable.

Ampro's ETX 550 Via Eden gives you low-power processor with advanced networking, high performance graphics and all the PC-compatible component subsystems in a modular format that plugs into the custom baseboard. The temperature ranges from -40 to +85°C, with thicker boards, 10/100 Ethernet, two serial, four USB ports and is PCI and ISA expandable.

All Ampro ETX modules offer an option of heatsink or heatspreader, utilise a thicker PCB to avoid board flexing on installation and support 'short' or 'tall' baseboard connectors.



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