Entry-level ETX module cuts power consumption
Test & Measurement World Staff - August 16, 2012
Outfitted with a dual-core Intel Atom N2000/D2000 processor and NM10 Express chipset, the ETX-CV Computer-on-Module from Adlink Technology consumes less power than previous-generation products, ranging between 6 W and 12 W. It is positioned as an entry-level ETX module for generic systems, but also for systems that require a full set of graphics functions.
The ETX-CV module supports resolutions from VGA to 1920x1200 pixels and single/dual-channel 18/24-bit LVDS. It also provides an onboard DisplayPort connector. The module conforms to the latest ETX 3.02 specification and comes with two additional onboard SATA connectors, while maintaining full backward compatibility with earlier ETX standards. Operating-system support includes Windows XP, Windows XP Embedded, Windows 7, WinCE, and Linux.
Used for such applications as industrial automation, test and measurement, and industrial control, the ETX-CV accommodates up to 4 Gbytes of DDR3 memory on a single SO-DIMM. Its feature set also includes a 10/100Base-T Ethernet port, dual-channel IDE, four USB 2.0 ports, two SATA channels, two serial ports, a parallel port, keyboard/mouse interface, and HD audio.
Adlink Technology, www.adlinktech.com/PD/marketing/Datasheet/ETX-CV/ETX-CV_Datasheet_en_1.pdf