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Kontron introduced the Computer-on-Module nanoETXexpress-TTc which is optimized for the commercial temperature range (0°C to 60°C) and features the Intel Atom processor series E6xx from 0.6 GHz up to 1.6 GHz.  The product is an alternative for application areas that do not require extend temperature operation and would benefit from the advantages of the Intel Atom processor and the new COM Express Type 10 pin-out. The supplier extends its portfolio of COM Express compatible ultra-small Computer-on-Modules to satisfy the dedicated requirements of individual small-form-factor applications that are not subjected to extreme temperatures such as POS/POI and hospitality kiosks, indoor digital signage, portable medical appliances as well as small test and measurement tools.

Edited by: Jürgen Wirtz

Posted on December 13, 2010 - (259 views)
Kontron Embedded Computer GmbH
Oskar-Von-Miller-Strasse 1
85386 Eching - Germany
+49-8165-770
+49-8165-77219
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