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Protech EB-821LF embedded board
Photo: Company [Feb 16, 2011]

Protech Systems has unveiled a new 3.5-inch embedded board, EB-821LF. A small form factor measuring 102mm x 145mm, the EB-821LF integrates a full-range of functions for general industrial and embedded applications such as in-vehicle information systems, industrial control and automation equipment, digital security systems, gaming, and medical imaging applications.

The EB-821LF is based on Intel Atom N455 single-core processor and enhanced with graphics and memory controllers on 45nm process technology, delivering significant power reduction, performance improvements and smaller platform footprint over the previous Intel Atom processor. In addition, the EB-821LF supports DDR2 667MHz memory up to 2GB to improve system responsiveness.

The EB-821LF offers one Serial ATA port, one CF socket, one parallel port, one high definition audio port, two RJ-45 Gigabit Ethernet, four serial ports and four Hi-Speed USB 2.0 ports. The integrated VGA controller supports both CRT and 18-bit single channel LVDS LCD displays up to WXGA 1366 by 768 resolution. In addition, PC/104 slot is also integrated on the EB-821LF for expandability.

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