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Atom-powered PC targets in-vehicle signage

Oct 21, 2009, 21:33 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jonathan Angel)

"According to Rave, its new RCV 6100 runs fanlessly, meets MIL-STD-810F standards for resisting shock and vibration, and is optionally available with an IP60 kit that adds dust and splash resistance. In compliance with

"European E-mark standards for vehicle electronics, the device is said to accept input voltages from 6VDC to 36VDC. Low-power protection, selectable boot-up and shut-down voltages, S3 suspend mode, and automatic startup delay all help make the computer suitable for car, truck, and boat use, the company says.

"Intriguingly, the RCV 6100 is touted as being applicable for "in-vehicle signage," thanks to its three video outputs. The device's rear panel (below) includes a VGA output, a DVI-D port, and a DB26 port for LVDS displays. The latter supplies 12VDC power for backlights and USB 2.0 signals, Rave adds."

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