Lanner releases low-power single-board computer

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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Feb 9, 2010

Lanner Electronics has released a low-power 3.5in (8.9cm) single-board computer (SBC).

The VES-300 SBC utilises the 945GSE + ICH7M chipset and is powered by an Intel Atom N270 processor.

The SBC is designed to be deployed in a variety of industrial and commercial settings.

The VES-300 has SATA support, comes with a Compactflash socket and holds up to 2Gb of RAM.

It comes with six USB and four COM ports for peripheral connectivity and two Ethernet ports for network communication.

The VES-300 is built around the Intel Atom N270, which does not consume much power and has a small thermal footprint, while still offering 1.6GHz of processing power.

The motherboard is designed to be integrated in a fanless system, relying only on a passive CPU heatsink for cooling.

It can operate between 0C and +60C.

The SBC is designed for vibrant displays with integrated graphics via Intel 945GSE.

The VES-300 supports VGA and LVDS outputs.

On the SBC is a SDVO LVDS transmitter, which enables the LVDS output to operate at 24 bit, rather than 18 bit.

This higher bandwidth enables the VES-300 to display more colours for larger, more vibrant displays.

There are various ports and connectors to satisfy complex deployment scenarios.

There are six USB 2.0 ports and four COM ports.

Dual 10/100/1,000Mbps RJ45 Ethernet ports are controlled via a Realtek RTL8111C.

There are mic-in and line-out functions for audio applications.

Tacked on this 3.5in board is one SO-DIMM slot capable of holding a maximum of 2Gb of RAM, a Compactflash socket and a SATA port for a hard drive or a solid-state drive.

The VES-300 supports Linux kernel 2.4.16 or above, Windows XP (32 bit), Windows 2000, XP Embedded and CE Embedded 6.0 operating systems.

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