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XE–900, 400 MHz
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Fastest EPIC board now available with Windows XP

The XE–900 single board computer offers the mid-sized EPIC form factor with x86 processor. It is a high-performance, low-power SBC that supports PC/104 and PC/104–Plus expansion.

Operating System:
Standard PC architecture supported by compatible operating systems. OS Embedder Kits available for Windows XP Embedded and Linux. These board support packages give full operating system support to on-board industrial functions, such as digital I/O.

This embedded PC offers a rich family of industrial I/O functions. It integrates video, serial ports, Ethernet, digital I/O, CompactFlash, and USB networking into a single card. Support for three hard drives gives this card the versatility to adapt to any application.

The CPU provides enough computing power for virtually any embedded application, while operating in extreme temperatures (–40° to 85° C) and under heavy shock (40g) and vibration (5g).

The low-power requirements make the XE–900 suitable for situations where battery life or heat dissipation is a concern.

The XE–900 EPIC SBC is ideal for applications in transportation, security, military, communications, distributed control, point-of-sale, ticketing machines, weighing equipment, and other similar applications.

This rugged single board computer will provide years of reliable service in the most challenging environments.

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