SBC suited for harsh conditions

F9 Pentium-based single board computer (SBC) is suitable for harsh industrial conditions.


F9 Pentium-based single board computer (SBC) is suitable for harsh industrial conditions. One-slot 32-bit CompactPCI system controller is based on the Pentium M (LV) with frequencies up to 1.8 GHz or Celeron M (ULV) processors with clock speeds up to 600 MHz. Device is equipped with a specially designed heat sink that eliminates the need for fans in many embedded applications. Standard SBC operates over a temperature range of zero to 60 °C. Extended temperature range version is also available.

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