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Datasound Laboratories has launched two products from the ICOP Tiny stable module range (66 x 100mm, 63g).

The ICOP-6318 provides a fanless 800MHz CPU with 256/512MB system memory and 4MB SPI onboard flash, which is expandable through IDE Disk on Modules.

An optional IDE to Micro SD adaptor can also be provided.

Its fully featured I/O comprises a 10/100 LAN port and an enhanced IDE port (UDMA), four off-USB (2.0) ports, four off-RS232 ports (one optionally 485), two off-16bit GPIO ports and a PS/2 keyboard and mouse port.

A 24-32 channel PWM port accompanied by DOS, Linux and Windows (CE and XP) example support material is provided for polled or interrupt driven control of analogue interfaces.

The XGI Volari Z9s chipset provides VGA and flat-panel (1280×1024) interfaces with 32MB video memory, a CM119 USB audio controller satisfies line in/out (should the application demand human interfaces) and where remote access to the keyboard and display is required, console redirection is also provided.

Two software programmable (30.5uS up to 512sec) watchdog timers provide a flexible restart mechanism should things go wrong and a battery-backed real-time clock time tags events.

The ICOP-6318 consumes 700mA from a single-rail (5V) supply and has a -20 to 70C operating temperature range (optionally -40 to 85C).

The ICOP-6315 is similar to the 6318 but is targeted at headless applications and so VGA and audio features are removed and an ISA Bus added.

The USB ports are reduced from four to two.

With a stated current consumption 480mA at 5V (just over half that of the VDX- 6118) the VDX-6315 is a suitable PC engine for the volume OEM applications.

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