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# Specifications (summary)

A quick view of the specification for this device.

# Specifications (full)

  • 600 Mhz Intel Atom E6xx single chip processor with EG20T companion chip
  • 512 Mbyte DDR2-SDRAM, soldered on board
  • 8 Mbit BIOS/BOOT Flash
  • Internal Low Profile USB socket, bootable
  • 2x SATA 3 Gbit interfaces with +5V and +12V power header
  • 4x Intel 82574L Gigabit Ethernet ports, Auto-MDIX RJ-45, protected to 700W/40A Surge
  • 2x Serial ports, DB9 and 10 pins internal header
  • USB 2.0 interface, 2x internal, 1x external port, bootable
  • Power LED, Disk LED, Error LED, Status LED, Network LED's
  • 1 Full Mini-PCI Express shared with mSATA socket.
  • 1 USB only Mini-PCI Express shared with mSATA socket
  • 2x PCI Express Slots, right angle
  • 16 bit general purpose I/O, 24 pins header, connected to FPGA
  • Temperature and voltage monitor, fan controller
  • Light Management Microcontroller
  • Board size 5.7" x 5.8"
  • Power using external power supply is 6-25V DC, max 30 Watt, protected with TVS
  • NiMH battery backup connector with charge and monitoring
  • Option for 5V supply using internal connector
  • Operating temperature 0-60 °C

# Documentation

here the internal documentation available.

# Compatibility

here the compatibility list of operating system.

# Drivers

here the list of the open source drivers available (with source code).

# Test

here the internal tests made by the community.

# Benchmark

here the internal benchmarks made by the community.

# Configuration

here some configuration examples already tested by the community.

# Development and Hacks

here the documentation part about development and hacks around the product.

# Community and Users

here a list of users, or other people using this hardware. Where you will find feedback and help.

# References and Resources

here official links, documentation, with archived links. Use web.archive.org and archive.today to create a snapshot.