Liantec Tiny-Bus 1U Low Profile 2-Slot PCIe/PCI Extension Solution
for Industrial Small Form Factor Computing Applications
Because the limitation of space, the small form factor motherboards, such as mini-ITX and 5.25" drive-size EBX boards, can only support one expansion slot in 1U low profile systems. To meet this demand, TBM-X2000 offers dual expansion slots in 1U systems including optional TBM-X2000PE with one PCI and one x1 PCI Express slot, and TBM-X2000P2 with dual PCI slots. In spite of the 2-slot extension solution, TBM-X2000 is also integrated with onboard PCIe Intel Gigabit Ethernet, PCIe IEEE1394b FireWire 800 and PCIe MiniCard socket with external SMA connector for Wi-Fi antenna. With these features, TBM-X2000 will be the suitable solution for the system integrators to build the niche industrial computing platforms that feature low profile and small form factor enclosure with 2-slot of extension bus interfaces for industrial computing applications.
- Tiny-Bus® Modular Extension Solution with 4 x1 PCIe and 2 PCI bus interfaces.
- Dual extension slots in 1U system solution for Mini-ITX small form factor platform.
- 2-slot parallel type extension solution with optional PCI Express / PCI slots as :
- Dual 32-bit / 33MHz PCI extension slots;
- One x1 PCI Express and one 32-bit / 33MHz PCI slots.
- High reliability with board-to-board connection for high speed data transfer.
- Onboard PCI Express Intel Gbit Ethernet controller with external RJ45 connector.
- Onboard PCI Express LSI Agere IEEE1394 FireWire 800 host controller with
- external 9-pin IEEE1394b connector with 1.5A / +12V DC power output.
- Onboard PCI Express MiniCard socket with SMA connector for Wi-Fi antenna.
- System configuration meets 1U low profile of enclosure design with 2 extension slots.
- Customized ODM/OEM service is available.
Compatible EmBoards for TBM-X2000 Tiny-Bus Extension Module
The TBM-X2000 Tiny-Bus® 1U low profile 2-slot PCIe/PCI extension module needs four x1 PCI Express and two 32-bit / 33MHz PCI bus interfaces via embedded Tiny-Bus® modular extension solution. The embedded motherboards (EmBoards) that compatible with the TBM-X2000 module is as below (but not limited).
ITX-6M45 Mini-ITX Intel GM45 Penryn Core2 Duo/Quad Mobile Express EmBoard
ITX-6965 Mini-ITX Intel GME965 Merom Core2 Duo Mobile Express EmBoard
ITX-6900 Mini-ITX Intel 915GME Pentium M Express EmBoard
EMB-5930 5.25" Drive-size Intel GME965 Core2 Duo Mobile Multimedia EmBoard
For the further information about TBM-X2000 Tiny-Bus® 1U low profile 2-slot PCIe/PCI extension module, please visit the website at http://www.liantec.com/product/tbm/TBM-X2000.htm.
About Tiny-Bus® Modular Extension Solution
The Tiny-Bus® Modular Extension Solution features the compact size, shock and vibration proof construction, flexible modular extension, space saving integration and multiple bus interface including x16 PCI Express or AGP graphics, x4/x1 PCI Express and PCI interfaces. With Tiny-Bus® Modular Extension Solution, the system integrators can build their niche computing system platforms with the special interface modules, or select the different CPU platform based on the same interface module to extend the product line easily, quickly and cost efficiently.
For the further information about Tiny-Bus® extension solution, please visit the website at http://www.liantec.com/product/TBM.htm.
Liantec Systems Corporation
Liantec® focuses on designing and manufacturing the industrial x86 PC-based computing platform, especially with small form factor and low power consumption. The distinguishing feature of Liantec’s products lies in its proprietary Tiny-Bus® modular extension solution with multiple bus interfaces for the industrial embedded computing applications.
For the further information about Liantec is available at http://www.liantec.com
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