FS-97A Full-Size PICMG SBC with Socket 479 for Intel Pentium M / Celeron M Processor up to 2.0 GHz or Embedded Processor

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Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Audio Chipset

Realtek ALC202A and AC-97

Gigabit LAN Ports

SECONDARY Intel 82541PI PCI 10/100/1000 Gigabit LAN (On options B, D, F, H)

Power Consumption

5V:6.3A, 12V:0.3A – 35.1 Watts is the Typical Power Consumption with an Intel Celeron M Processor up to 1.3 GHz, 184-pin DDR333 SDRAM – Supporting up to 512 MB SDRAM

Global P/N / SKU

3307553

Video Chipset

Intel Chipset CRT SVGA

Memory Standard

DDR 266 / 333 MHz SDRAM

MFR P/N

FS-97A

Manufacturer

Commell

Dimensions

W: 13.3 in. (338 mm) x D: 4.8 in. (122 mm)

Chipset

Intel 855GME and ICH4 Chipsets

BIOS

Award BIOS with 4MB Flash in Firmware Hub (FWH) supports PnP / APM / Multi-boot / DMI / ACPI

Cost

0

Approximate Weight

0.6 Kg (1.3 lb)

Serial (COM) Port

2 x RS-232C(internal), 1 x RS-232C (external)

Discontinued

Yes

FS-97A Full-Size PICMG SBC with Socket 479 for Intel Pentium M / Celeron M Processor up to 2.0 GHz or Embedded Processor

Equipped Gaming Embedded System

FS-97A Full-Size PICMG SBC with Socket 479 for Intel Pentium M / Celeron M Processor up to 2.0 GHz or Embedded Processorn| Product ManualnProduct Drivers

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Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Audio Chipset

Realtek ALC202A and AC-97

Gigabit LAN Ports

SECONDARY Intel 82541PI PCI 10/100/1000 Gigabit LAN (On options B, D, F, H)

Power Consumption

5V:6.3A, 12V:0.3A – 35.1 Watts is the Typical Power Consumption with an Intel Celeron M Processor up to 1.3 GHz, 184-pin DDR333 SDRAM – Supporting up to 512 MB SDRAM

Global P/N / SKU

3307553

Video Chipset

Intel Chipset CRT SVGA

Memory Standard

DDR 266 / 333 MHz SDRAM

MFR P/N

FS-97A

Manufacturer

Commell

Dimensions

W: 13.3 in. (338 mm) x D: 4.8 in. (122 mm)

Chipset

Intel 855GME and ICH4 Chipsets

BIOS

Award BIOS with 4MB Flash in Firmware Hub (FWH) supports PnP / APM / Multi-boot / DMI / ACPI

Cost

0

Approximate Weight

0.6 Kg (1.3 lb)

Serial (COM) Port

2 x RS-232C(internal), 1 x RS-232C (external)

Discontinued

Yes

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