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The new PCI Express Watchdog Timer Card protecting your Mission-Critical Systems

by Stuart Berry February 01, 2018

Watchdog Timer

The new dedicated watchdog timer card for PCI Express computer systems—Model PCIe-WDG-CSMA is now available. This feature-rich watchdog card, like Man's best friend, will vigilantly stand guard over your system and help avoid costly system failures. With this card, you can monitor the operation of your application program as well as the operating system and can be configured to initiate a system reset in case of lockup. In addition, the PCIe-WDG-CSMA can monitor a wide range of system hardware parameters such as voltage, humidity, temperature, light, and more. The card is designed to give you complete peace of mind when planning and deploying your next mission critical computer system. Potential applications uses include kiosks, industrial automation, military/mission-critical, asset management and tracking, retail, medical, embedded OEM, temperature measurement and many others which require self-reliant, robust, reliable systems.

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