PCM-3363 uses an Intel® Atom® N455/D525 processor, supporting soldered 1 GB DDRIII 800MHz SDRAM. The Thermal Design Power (TDP) rating including processor and ICH8M chipset is only 9 Watts for the N455, and 13 Watts for the D525, further enabling power reductions, smaller systems, and performance improvements.

Design and Verification for Rugged Applications
Advantech’s PCM-3363 adopts the IEC standard for Electro Static Discharge protection for the COM port transceiver with 15kV air gap protection/8kV contact protection for RS-232. PCM-3363 also uses Japanese polymer aluminum electrolytic capacitors with small ESR and better MTBF than electrolytic capacitors, and high Tg PCB (TG-170) that keeps the PCB more stable under high temperature operation. PCM-3363 passes a strict signal intensity verification process during the development stage to ensure high quality circuit design. PCM-3363 also utilizes Highly Accelerated Life Testing (HALT) to find weak points, design issues or material limitations, to help improve electrical/ mechanical design margins and increase reliability. PCM-3363 uses soldered memory and locked connectors (direction changeable) in all I/O interface to strengthen shock and vibration resistance. Plus, the PCI-104 rugged stacking mechanical architecture makes it ideal for outdoor applications in military and transportation fields.

Lite-iManager Rugged Enhancement
In order to overcome challenges from harsh environments, PCM-3363 comes equipped with Advantech’s new Lite-iManager utility. There are two major functions: Extreme Cold Start and Voltage Dip Protection. Normally, operations under -40° C temperatures can lead to difficult bootup conditions; especially after long time storage. Lite-iManager performs a special function to make all components reach working temperature to guarantee 100% effective bootup. It also ensures that abnormal transient power fluctuations won’t cause a system to freeze, making PCM-3363 suitable for un-manned and outdoor applications which occasionally experience unstable mains power.

18/24-bit LVDS with CRT Support
PCM-3363 has an integrated graphics core with 224 MB shared memory. This feature makes PCM-3363 capable of handling complex and intense 2D/3D graphic processing, its CRT and LVDS dual display ports also makes it suitable for applications requiring multiple display configurations or digital panel display capabilities.

  • Intel® Atom N455 1.66 GHz Single Core/D525 Dual Core 1.8 GHz Processor
  • Supports extended temperature -40 ~ 85° C
  • 24-bit LVDS support and onboard 1 GB DDR3 800 MHz memory
  • HALT tested and 100% locked connector
  • Supports Lite iManager and embedded software APIs and Utilities

Founded in 1983, Advantech has provided leadership for innovative ePlatform products and services for over 25 years. With comprehensive product ranges, customer-centric design services, and an extensive global network, Advantech is your most trustworthy partner to empower numerous innovations in the connected eWorld. The Advantech Embedded ePlatform Organization is committed to providing a full line-up of products that extend from board-level solutions and semi-customized modules, to fully customized solutions and compact embedded computers. We deploy cutting-edge technology in industrial grade computing platforms to satisfy all mission critical embedded and industrial applications. Advantech PC/104 Single Board Computer modules measure 96 x 90 mm. The range includes various CPU modules for different applications and a variety of PC/104 add-on peripheral modules. PC/104 modules feature a compact form factor, low power consumption, and PC/104, PCI-104 or PC/104-Plus expansion with extended temperature options. They offer a wide range of computing capacities from ultra low power 5 Watt SOC, to the latest Intel ATOM processors. Advantech is a PC/104 Consortium associate member and worldwide number one PC/104 stackable solution leader. PC/104 products are ideal for space limited or extended temperature applications.



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