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Rear Transition Module for cPCI-3920 50mm
Manufacturer Part #: CPCI-R3920
Alternate Part #: CPCI-R3920
The cPCI-3920 is a highly integrated 3U CompactPCI SBC in single slot (4HP) or dual slot (8HP) width form factor. It has been designed to support Intel lower power Core 2 Duo, Core Duo and Celeron M processors in FC-BGA package with a range of 1.0GHz to 1.5GHz at FSB 533MHz to 667MHz. They deliver optimized power-efficient computing and outstanding dual core performance with lower power consumption. The cPCI-3920 is based on the server-class Intel 3100 chipset (Whitmore Lake) which combines Memory Controller Hub and I/O Controller Hubs into a single component, significantly conserving board real estate and power consumption. The Intel 3100 chipset is the first Integrated Intel chipset optimized for embedded, communications, and storage applications. The cPCI-3920 supports registered ECC type, single channel DDR2 400MHz soldered onboard memory with a maximum capacity of up to 2GB. The board supports one 32-bit/33MHz CompactPCI interface acting as system master CPU only. The cPCI-3920 offers versatile I/O ports like two Gigabit Ethernet ports, two COM ports, up to three USB 2.0 ports, PS/2 Keyboard/ Mouse, and VGA port on the front panel. A Rear Transition Module (RTM) is also available and provides an additional two USB 2.0 ports, two COM ports, and two Gigabit Ethernet ports switched from the front panel. Storage features of the cPCI-3920 include a pin header and mounting space for an onboard USB NAND flash module, and one Serial ATA interface with mounting space for a 2.5" HDD in the 8HP version. There are also three 7-pin Serial ATA interfaces available on the RTM for additional storage expansion. Designed for stability and packaged in a rugged format, the cPCI- 3920 is suitable for long life applications situated in industrial environments, including I/O intensive applications where only one slot is available for the CPU. Components which have high temperature tolerance have been selected from embedded technology programs, and therefore offer long-term availability.