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NOVA-LUKE 5.25″ Embedded Controller with VIA LUKE 1GHz processor

NOVA-LUKE 5.25" Embedded Controller with VIA LUKE 1GHz processor

Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Audio Chipset

Realtek ALC655 with AC-97 codec

Power Consumption

5V:4.74A + 12V:0.02A + 5VSB:0.07A – 24.29 Watts is the typical power consumption using a VIA LUKE 1GHz, DDR 400MHz, 1GB SDRAM, 5V:3.89A + 12V:0.02A + 5VSB:0.07A – 20.04 Watts is the typical power consumption using a VIA LUKE 533MHz, DDR 400MHz, 1GB SDRAM

Gigabit LAN Ports

2 X Realtek RTL8110S Gigabit LAN

Global P/N / SKU

3308050

Memory Standard

DDR 333/400 MHz

Video Chipset

Integrated VIA LUKE S3 Chromotion

Chipset

VIA LUKE and VT8237R+

Dimensions

W: 8.0" x D: 5.75" (203 mm x 146 mm)

BIOS

AMI BIOS

Approximate Weight

Gross Weight: 1100g, Net Weight: 500g

Serial (COM) Port

5 X RS-232C (internal), 1 X RS-232C/422/485 (internal)

NOVA-LUKE 5.25″ Embedded Controller with VIA LUKE 1GHz processor

NOVA-LUKE 5.25″ Embedded Controller with VIA LUKE 1GHz processor

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Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Audio Chipset

Realtek ALC655 with AC-97 codec

Power Consumption

5V:4.74A + 12V:0.02A + 5VSB:0.07A – 24.29 Watts is the typical power consumption using a VIA LUKE 1GHz, DDR 400MHz, 1GB SDRAM, 5V:3.89A + 12V:0.02A + 5VSB:0.07A – 20.04 Watts is the typical power consumption using a VIA LUKE 533MHz, DDR 400MHz, 1GB SDRAM

Gigabit LAN Ports

2 X Realtek RTL8110S Gigabit LAN

Global P/N / SKU

3308050

Memory Standard

DDR 333/400 MHz

Video Chipset

Integrated VIA LUKE S3 Chromotion

Chipset

VIA LUKE and VT8237R+

Dimensions

W: 8.0" x D: 5.75" (203 mm x 146 mm)

BIOS

AMI BIOS

Approximate Weight

Gross Weight: 1100g, Net Weight: 500g

Serial (COM) Port

5 X RS-232C (internal), 1 X RS-232C/422/485 (internal)

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