Dec 11th, 2017, as an independent embedded computer manufacturer, LinkedHope® released a China Local-design, Local-manufacturing 3U CPCI processor board named CP32108, compliant with PICMG2.0 R3.0 and PICMG2.30 (PlusIO) specifications.
Based on Intel® 6th Skylake-H platform, CP32108 supports a variety of processors. On CP32108, there are rich interfaces like SATAIII, USB3.0, GbE, PCIe2.0, etc. In addition, CP32108 can provide up to 1TB SSD storage with mSATA interface.
CP32108 applies high-speed CPCI connector on J2, in order to transmit PCIe2.0, USB3.0, SATAIII signals. CP32108 supports up to x4 PCIe to rear with flexible PCIe configuration including 1 x4, 2 x2, 1 x2+2 x1 or 4 x1.
CP32108 integrates Intel® Gen9 HD Graphics P530 display controller, and supports various display outputs like eDP, DP and HDMI(with resolution up to 2560×2160@24Hz, 24 bpp).
To be best applied in rail transportation field, CP32108 is equipped with 100M and 1000M Ethernet interfaces in the form of M12 connector.
The Power-fail Protection function of CP32108 can provide extra 20~60 seconds for programs to receive power-off signal and operate data protection, including data storage, database backup, system shutdown.
Based on Intel® Skylake-H platform, CP32108 has high-performance and low power consumption, and can provide various ports. Better bandwidth for data transmission, extended operation temperature and the Power-fail Protection function largely increase the reliability and applicability of CP32108 in severe environment.
Moreover, LinkedHope® provides CP32108 with a wealth of software drivers (BSP), including VxWorks, Linux, Windows, etc., which reduce the workloads of system integrators and product developers, and greatly shorten the time-to-market.
CP32108 is designed and produced with full life-cycle management to best guarantee the long-term supply and maintenance for special industrial applications.
Target applications of CP32108 include: Rail Transportation, Command and control, Machinery, Industrial Control.
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