Zendex replaces ZF Micro processors in PC/104 products

Dublin, CA - Zendex Corp. introduces ZXE-ST586/104P Single Board Computer (SBC) in PC/104 and PC/104+ formats. It includes on-board memory and is capable of  ''booting-from-the-box'' without the need for additional hardware or software.


Dublin, CA - Zendex Corp . introduces ZXE-ST586/104P Single Board Computer (SBC) in PC/104 and PC/104+ formats. It includes on-board memory and is capable of

The SBC features ST Micro ''Atlas'' CPU which is functionally similar to the ZF microcontroller. It includes 4MB of flash memory, incorporates 256K BIOS, and up to 3.75 MB of a compressed file system which is used to boot the SBC out of the box. Linux is installed as a standard feature. The SBC also runs DOS and Microsoft Windows operating systems. In addition, the SBC includes 64MB of SDRAM, which can be expanded to 128MB for applications with large memory requirements.

The SBC includes video outputs for both LCD and CRT displays and 4MB of video memory. All standard components are soldered on, allowing the device to withstand the shock and vibration found in rugged environments.

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

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