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CPU Board with an Intel Core 2 Duo P8400 Processor

CPU Board with an Intel Core 2 Duo P8400 Processor

B&R's CPU board with an Intel Core2 Duo P8400 processor now provides a powerful platform for Automation PC 810 and Panel PC 800 devices. The combination of the 2.26 GHz Core2 Duo processor and the GM45 chipset provides a high level of performance, even for the most demanding applications such as vision systems. Both processor cores share a 3 MByte level 2 cache, which allows multitasking. The 1.066 MHz frontside bus is also combined with DDR3 RAM modules.

Smaller variants of the APC810 with one or two slots, larger types with three slots and the PC with five slots make sure there is a device type that fits to the application, regardless of how many cards are needed to save space in the switching cabinet.

Panel PC 800 systems with 15 inch XGA and 19 inch SXGA displays and either one or two slots also form a foundation for any system. From the broad performance range of energy-saving Intel AtomN270 processors to powerful Core2 Duo processors, all the user has to do is select the combination of system unit and CPU. For machine and plant manufacturers, the result is a scalable PC architecture. Since the same device types can be used from small machines up to complex systems, the modular structure allows the final product to be individually tailored to the requirements at hand without the need for extra engineering. Because accessories such as hard drives are the same across the board, logistics can also be held down to a minimum.

CPU Board with an Intel Core 2 Duo P8400 Processor
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