Sep. 19, 2007
Boston, Massachusettes — Embedded Systems Conference 2007 — VersaLogic Corporation announced today it is shipping two additions to its new line of low-cost I/O expansion boards called SPX™ (Serial Peripheral eXpansion™ ) modules. The SPX-2 and SPX-4 are the latest additions to this low-cost I/O expansion platform.
VL-SPX-2 - 16-bit Digital I/O Module
- 3.3V CMOS interface
- Bit programmable
- IRQ generation
VL-SPX-4 - 4-channel Analog Output Module
- 12-bit resolution
- 10mA per channel output current
- 0 - 4.095V range
Up to four SPX modules of identical or different functionality can be used per system. The SPX format operates at high speed on a simple 14-pin interconnect cable. They can be physically bolted to the host single board computer, or attached via cable and located up to two feet away from the host. SPX expansion is supported on VersaLogic's latest EBX product offerings, the Sidewinder and the Python.
All SPX modules are RoHS compliant and are designed for extended temperature operation
(-40°C to +85°C). The SPX format can easily accommodate custom I/O requirements. As with other VersaLogic products, SPX modules are designed for long-term reliability and availability. Standard SPX modules are priced starting around $60 each, and volume discounted OEM pricing is available. Pricing for custom functions is also available upon request. For additional information contact VersaLogic Corporation at 541-485-8574 or 800-824-3163 or info@VersaLogic.com. Visit the on-line catalog at www.VersaLogic.com.
About VersaLogic Corporation
A leading supplier of industrial computers since 1976, VersaLogic focuses on high-quality board-level products for embedded OEM applications. Its five year product availability guarantee and outstanding warranties demonstrate a commitment to service. Product platforms include EBX, PC/104, PC/104-Plus , EPIC and SPX™. For five years running, VersaLogic has received the coveted "Platinum" level vendor rating based on independent user surveys by technology research firm VDC Research Group. For more information, visit www.VersaLogic.com.