We supply products from Compulab, RTD, IBS and Sealevel in addition to our own capability to design of systems using embedded technologies
Form Factors : We primarily supply products that fall into the form factors of PC104, STX and SOM however there are also mini ATX and various others that are less used in embedded applications.
RTD Embedded Technologies : specializes in the design and manufacture of PC/104, PCI-104, PC/104-Plus, desktop, and 19" rack compliant modules and systems. RTD fabricates cpuModules?, dataModules?, utilityModules? along with IDAN?, HiDAN?, and HiDANplus? systems to exacting industrial and military specifications. RTD's Facilities include the latest in manufacturing equipment and procedures. A state of the art Automated Surface Mount Assembly System using X-Ray technology for the inspection process of BGA components along with Humidity Controlled Environmental Chamber for Extended Temperature Testing highlights the effort taken to ensure a quality product.
Compulab: Systems-on-Module (SOMs), also called Computers-on-Module (COMs) are tiny, all-in-one, single-board computers. They are designed for mezzanine attachment as a "component" into a carrier card developed by the user, according to his application-specific needs.
CompuLab's SOMs are named "CORE modules". Product line comprising CORE modules based on four different processor architectures. Each module covers a separate range of price, performance and features, to create a line of comprehensive solutions for the diverse requirements of various industry sectors.
Features and benefits of CORE modules
- All-in-one single board computers with CPU, memory and peripherals. Based on ARM, x86 and Pentium processor architectures.
- Very small size, many modules are smaller than a credit card.
- CAMI pinout, common for all new products, allowing module's interchangeability.
- NAND Flash Disk, implementing large on-board storage at low cost.
- Comprehensive software packages, drivers and support for all major operating systems.
- Built-to-order manufacturing process. Users order and pay for only those functions actually needed, further reducing the user's costs.