Kit quick starts STD bus development

Arlington, Tex. - WinSystems introduces the SDK2-STD-CC15 System Developers Kit to enhance software and hardware development for STD Bus systems.


Arlington, Tex. - WinSystems introduces the SDK2-STD-CC15 System Developers Kit to enhance software and hardware development for STD Bus systems. It supports the company's latest 386sx, 586DX, and Pentium processor boards as well as existing CPUs and I/O modules. The SDK provides a card cage packaged with disk drives, cables, and software to ease and speed program development. This integrated development environment reduces clutter and space while providing a complete system.

It is a fully assembled STD Bus Systems Development Kit that contains a 15-slot, 0.625-inch card cage mounted on top of an enclosure. The backplane is designed to provide a constant characteristic impedance so as to reduce noise and crosstalk in support of the high-performance CPUs. The power supply, CD-ROM, floppy disk drive, and 6.4 GB hard disk drive are housed in a low profile, black anodized enclosure for convenience and easy access. The power supply is an 80-Watt switcher that will accept input voltages from 85 V ac to 264 V ac. Output voltages are +5V @ 12A, +12V @ 3A, and -12V @ 0.5A.

Delivery is from stock to 2 weeks with a list price of $1295.

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Gary A. Mintchell, senior editor

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