PIA-622 Full-Size PICMG SBC with Socket 370 for Pentium III / Celeron / Cyrix III Processors up to 1.0GHz

Equipped Gaming Embedded System
FullSize PICMG SBC with Socket 370 for Pentium III / Celeron / VIA Cyrix III Processors up to 1.0GHz

Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Gigabit LAN Ports

No

Power Consumption

5 V:4.2A – 21 Watts is the typical power consumption with 366 MHz Celeron CPU and of 64 MB SDRAM

Audio Chipset

No

Global P/N / SKU

3303955

Video Chipset

CHIPS C & T69000 HiQVideo

Memory Standard

PC-133 SDRAM

MFR P/N

PIA-622

Manufacturer

Arbor

Dimensions

W: 13.3" x L: 4.8" (338 mm x 122 mm)

Chipset

VT82C693A NB and VT82C596B SB

BIOS

AWARD Flash BIOS

Cost

0

Ordering Options

3303955A: Full-Size PICMG SBC with Socket 370 for Pentium III / Celeron / VIA Cyrix III Processors up to 1.0GHz

Approximate Weight

0.93 lbs (0.42 kg)

Product Features

Dimensions: W: 13.3" x L: 4.8" FSB:66/100/133 FSB CPU:Intel Pentium 3 / Celeron / VIA C3 Socket:Socket 370 / Award Flash BIOS Chipsets:VT82C693A and VT82C596B SB Memory:3 X 168-pin DIMM up to 1.5 GB

Serial (COM) Port

1 X RS-232 (for DVL version only internal connector), 1 RS-232/485 (internal – jumper selectable)

Discontinued

Yes

PIA-622 Full-Size PICMG SBC with Socket 370 for Pentium III / Celeron / Cyrix III Processors up to 1.0GHz

Equipped Gaming Embedded System

FullSize PICMG SBC with Socket 370 for Pentium III / Celeron / VIA Cyrix III Processors up to 1.0GHz

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Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Gigabit LAN Ports

No

Power Consumption

5 V:4.2A – 21 Watts is the typical power consumption with 366 MHz Celeron CPU and of 64 MB SDRAM

Audio Chipset

No

Global P/N / SKU

3303955

Video Chipset

CHIPS C & T69000 HiQVideo

Memory Standard

PC-133 SDRAM

MFR P/N

PIA-622

Manufacturer

Arbor

Dimensions

W: 13.3" x L: 4.8" (338 mm x 122 mm)

Chipset

VT82C693A NB and VT82C596B SB

BIOS

AWARD Flash BIOS

Cost

0

Ordering Options

3303955A: Full-Size PICMG SBC with Socket 370 for Pentium III / Celeron / VIA Cyrix III Processors up to 1.0GHz

Approximate Weight

0.93 lbs (0.42 kg)

Product Features

Dimensions: W: 13.3" x L: 4.8" FSB:66/100/133 FSB CPU:Intel Pentium 3 / Celeron / VIA C3 Socket:Socket 370 / Award Flash BIOS Chipsets:VT82C693A and VT82C596B SB Memory:3 X 168-pin DIMM up to 1.5 GB

Serial (COM) Port

1 X RS-232 (for DVL version only internal connector), 1 RS-232/485 (internal – jumper selectable)

Discontinued

Yes

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