PC/104-Plus Computer meets RoHS standards.

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Rated to operate in temperatures from -40 to +85°C, Lynx EPM-4h uses AMD SC520 CPU for less than 5 W power draw and fanless operation. It includes soldered-on system RAM, 4 COM ports, 10/100 Ethernet, watchdog timer and VCC sensor, and CompactFlash® adapter. Extended temperature makes Lynx suited for OEM applications that require operation in harsh conditions.



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VersaLogic Releases New RoHS-compliant Extended Temperature PC/104-Plus Computer



Eugene, OR - VersaLogic today released a RoHS-compliant version of its popular extended temperature Lynx single board computer for embedded applications. Featuring the same high-reliability and technical specifications as its non-RoHS counterpart, the Lynx EPM-4h is rated to operate in temperatures from -40° to +85°C.

The Lynx uses the AMD SC520 CPU for low power draw (less than 5 watts) and fanless operation. Key features of the Lynx include soldered-on system RAM, 4 COM ports, 10/100 Ethernet, watchdog timer and VCC sensor, and a CompactFlash® adapter. The extended temperature Lynx is well-suited for OEM applications that require rock solid performance in extreme or harsh conditions. The introduction of this RoHS-compliant extended temperature product demonstrates VersaLogic's continuing commitment to support embedded computing applications that are subject to RoHS regulations.

Pricing for the EPM-4h starts at around $400 in OEM quantities. For more information please contact VersaLogic Corporation.

About VersaLogic Corporation
A leading supplier of industrial computers since 1976, VersaLogic focuses on high-quality board-level products for embedded OEM applications. Their 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 four years running, VersaLogic has received the coveted "Platinum" level vendor rating bas ed on independent user surveys by technology research firm Venture Development Corporation (VDC). For more information, visit www.versalogic.com.

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