Embedded motherboard saves space
Nano I/O Server, among products shown at Embedded Systems Conference 2006, is reported to be one of the smallest embedded motherboard systems on the market.
Nano I/O Server, among products shown at Embedded Systems Conference 2006, is reported to be one of the smallest embedded motherboard systems on the market. Designed to support Acces I/O’s line of USB and PC/104 I/O modules and provide the high-performance benefits of ETX, the unit features a motherboard/baseboard 120 mm across. Nano right-angle mounted connectors include VGA, RS-232, four USB 2.0 ports, PS/2 mouse and keyboard, and Ethernet. De-vice can use any embedded ETX CPU board that meets ETX standards for processing, while providing PC/104 I/O module expansion. Although smaller than EPIC boards, it can support PC/104-Plus I/O modules in an upward stack. Tiny embedded server can be mounted into custom chassis and can function as a complete, self-contained DAQ. It can also be placed inside OEM equipment for PC-based monitoring and control.
Acces I/O Products Inc.
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