The ADLN2000PC features the Intel Atom N2600 dual core processor which interfaces to the ICH9M-E (SFF) chipset, and provides improved PCIe/104 type 2 peripheral connectivity for rugged performance in portable and thermally constrained applications. The N2600 processor features an Intel rated Thermal Design Power (TDP) maximum of only 3.5 Watts

The ADLN2000PC features an integrated, High-Definition graphics engine with full MPEG2 (VLD/iDCT/MC) and HW decode/acceleration for MPEG4 (AVC/H.264). It is dual-independent display capable with VGA, LVDS, DisplayPort and HDMI/DVI ports available. The ADLN2000PC is ideal for portable or embedded applications such as transceivers for tactical communication, GIS mapping, night vision applications, medical, security and surveillance, railway and other applications that rely on mobile power sources.

  • Intel® Atom™ Dual Core N2600 CPU, 1.60GHz
  • Intel® ICH9M-E Chipset (SFF)
  • Up to 2GB RAM (DDR3-1066, SO-DIMM204, 1.5V)
  • Integrated Graphics with H.264 Codec
  • VGA, DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, LVDS 18/24 with Dual Display
  • HDA 7.1 Sound, SPDIF In/Out
  • 2x LAN 10/100/1000
  • Up to 4x SATA 3G (2x onboard, 2x through PCIe/104)
  • 8x USB2.0 (additional 2x via PCIe/104, 1x via PCIe Mini)
  • 2x RS232 COM Ports
  • Bottom-Stacking PCIe/104 type 2 Connector (PCIe v1.1)
  • PCIe Mini Card Socket option (uses one PCIe x1 lane)
  • AHCI RAID Support

ADL Embedded Solutions, Inc. is a leading provider of high-performance embedded systems targeting demanding thermal and rugged environments for industrial and military applications. ADL Embedded Solutions excels at collaborating with customers to design quality, reliable embedded solutions in a timely fashion to exacting customer requirements. ADL Embedded Solutions boasts a broad portfolio of long-lived SBCs, ranging from low-power Intel® Atom® architecture through high-performance Intel® Core™ i5/i7 processors that ensure access to the latest processor technology and long-lived availability.

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