Low Cost Stand-Alone PC

05/01/2001



Coral Springs, Fla. -EPPC-405 is a stand-alone Power PC in a compact aluminum case without fan cooling. The IBM PPC405GP with 200 or 266 MHz performs up to 375 MIPS. The board is equipped with 16 or 64 Mbyte SDRAM, up to 8 Mbyte Flash, and a CompactFlash slot. NVRAM enables the EPPC-405 to save process variables during power off sequences. Included are 10/100 BaseT and two CAN interfaces plus at least one serial interface. Linux, RTLinux, and VxWorks are directly supported. A great number of higher layer protocols like CANopen, DeviceNet as well as an on-board web server are available. IEC61131-3 programming and run-time system CoDeSys are also available.

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