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The flexible PICO51R offers multiple expansion interfaces with one M.2 Key E slot for wireless modules and one M.2 key B slot for storage cards.
Avnet Azure Sphere Secure IoT Sensing: Discover how Microsoft's Azure Sphere supports rapid prototyping of highly secure, end-to-end IoT implementations using the MT3620 Sphere module and multiple expansion interfaces for easy sensors integrations.
The included peripherals and expansion interfaces make the kit particularly helpful to designers looking to validate their next design - from experimenting with Arduino shields and integrating multiple sensors to running a Linux-based web server on the MicroBlaze core.
Numerous expansion interfaces including USB, VGA, RS232, eSATA, SD card reader, and PCMCIA, extends the flexibility and communications.
The ADM 622 device integrates SONET/SDH framers and pointer processors, PDH mappers, expansion interfaces, and a cross-connect.
"Axiomtek's Intel[R] Core[TM]-based embedded board, the PICO512, offers a leading edge processor and rich expansion interfaces in an extremely compact size.
To provide flexibility for various application needs, the eBOX639-830-FL offer rich I/O alternatives, including four COM ports (RS-232), six USB 2.0 ports, dual Gigabit Ethernet ports with jumbo frame support, one full size PCIe Mini Card with mSATA support, one LPT port, two PCI expansion interfaces. This CE (Class A) and EN 60950 certified embedded system provides the options of terminal block type (DC) or 4-pin DIN type (AC to DC) power connector, and choices of popular embedded operating systems including Windows[R] XP Embedded (XPE), Windows[R] Embedded Standard 7 and Linux.
Designed with expandability in mind, the PICO880's expansion interfaces include one full-size PCI Express Mini Card with mSATA support.