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The manufacturer of open modular solutions for the telecommunications market, Kontron, It has added to its portfolio of products, the Computer-on-Module (COM) Kontron ULP-COM-sAT30, the first model with NVIDIA Tegra processor 3 ARM in scalable ULP-COM format.

Kontron He has presented his first Computer-on-Module based on ARM of ultra low power consumption designed specifically to provide its benefits to new modules with ARM and SoC processors. The Kontron ULP-COM-sAT30 is a solution of low profile that measures 82 x 50 mm and integrates technology NVIDIA Tegra 3 Quad Core ARM of 1.2 GHz to offer an advanced building block, rugged and scalable in industrial Tablets and image management applications (Imaging-centric), as POS / POI, Info-entertainment, Digital Signage, security / surveillance, Defense and health. The combination of NVIDIA Tegra processor 3 ARM and the pin assignments of the output ARM / Optimized SoC of the ULP-COM allows designers to create with passive ventilation systems that dramatically reduce consumption and costs.

The Kontron ULP-COM-sAT30 uses a connector of 314 PIN (MXM 3.0) that helps provide a solution of low profile with a separation of card to card of 1.5 mm and total height of 5.7 mm. This connection method allows robust and economic designs have a slim construction. This ARM module provides support for graphics 'high-end' using interfaces for decoding with dual displays (MPEG2) and HD video encoding, GPU NVIDIA GeForce ultra low consumption with dual display and 2D and 3D acceleration drivers.

The ULP-COM-sAT30 also has LCD 18 / 24 bit, Single LVDS channel of 18 / 24 "flexible display" bit and LVDS (carrier board xmitter) of 24 bit and HDMI for dual-cannel. Features complete with camera via CSI-2 two-port support. Also, Kontron provides assistance to its clients in the phases of development and evaluation by the ULP-COM Evaluation Carrier card and a platform for pe-validated assessment with the ULP-COM modules.

Evaluation platform includes the module Kontron Computer-on-Module ULP-COM-sAT30, the ULP-COM Evaluation Carrier card, pre-loaded Linux operating system and a display of 10.6 "resolution of 1280×768. The new module is based on ULP-COM (Ultra Low Power Computer-on-Module), a specification that has recently joined SGET (Standardization Group for Embedded Technologies). Kontron has spearheaded the development of the new standard that is receiving the backing of the embedded industry.

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By • 29 Nov, 2012
• Section: Computer Security, CCTV