We're really excited to present to you Acces I/O's new addition to their mini PCI express product line - an Advanced PCI Express Mini Card Carrier Board for 104-express (104e-mPCIe-4A). The video runs through the main features of the board, how to add peripherals to it, and how this compares with adding modules to the traditional PC/104 stack
The product family also includes the 104e-mPCIe-4 and 104e-mPCIe-2, Type 1 or Type 2 PCIe/104 carrier boards designed to support up to four PCI Express mini cards, in either half or full lengths. In addition the boards support up to two mSATA devices (via dip-switch selection on Type 2 PCIe/104 stacks only), and all four sockets support USB, SMBus, and wireless mPCIe devices — including micro-SIM sockets, per socket, for cellular (WAN) use.
Key features of the 104e-mPCIe Family include:
For further information on these new products, contact our technical sales team.
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