Pentium on CompactPCI Bus

Amaro (UD), Italy— CPU-ETH-0996 is a Pentium processor board on a 3U Eurocard format compatible with the CompactPCI standard. It is equipped with a 100, 133 or 166 MHz Pentium CPU, 32 or 64 Mbytes of soldered EDO DRAM, 256 KB synchronous L2 cache, two en-hanced IDE contollers, floppy disk interface, RS232 or RS422/485, LPT1, and keyboard interfaces.

03/01/1998


Amaro (UD), Italy— CPU-ETH-0996 is a Pentium processor board on a 3U Eurocard format compatible with the CompactPCI standard. It is equipped with a 100, 133 or 166 MHz Pentium CPU, 32 or 64 Mbytes of soldered EDO DRAM, 256 KB synchronous L2 cache, two en-hanced IDE contollers, floppy disk interface, RS232 or RS422/485, LPT1, and keyboard interfaces. Watchdog, RTC, EEPROM for setup backup and 1MB SSD with built-in "ROM_DOS" and software utilities are also included. Up to seven peripheral functions can be added through the CompactPCI bus connector. Using a standard BIOS, the ETH-0996 can run any operating system available for PCs such as Microsoft Windows 3.11, 95 and NT; OS/2; UNIX; QNX; PSOS; and Pharlap. The ETH-0996 is said to be ideally suited for use in real-time data acquisitiion and control, industrial automation, and high speed data communication.

Eurotech S.r.l.





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