Brea, Calif. - The new MAX-510 from Aaxeon Technologies is a Mini Linux-ready ARM9-based computing platform for embedded headless run-only applications. The MAX-510 is a true Linux computing platform and supports versatile file systems. Users can operate the MAX-510 the same way as they do on a normal Linux desktop.
The new computer provides two standard 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports for wired networking and eight 921.6Kbps high-speed Serial ports. Ports 1, 5, 6, 7, and 8 can be configured as RS-232, RS-422 or RS-485. Ports 2, 5, 6, 7, and 8 features full RS-232 support for modem connection. Ports 3 and 4 support standard RS-232s. It also supports wireless IEEE-802.11b/g by plugging a USB Wi-Fi dongle into the unit.
The MAX-510 comes with twenty-one CMOS/TTL-level digital I/Os, an optional SD flash memory card slot that can be utilized as an additional hard drive, and Open-source GNU Tool Chain, including C/C++ cross-compiler and POSIX standard C/C++ library that’s bundled with the MAX-510 at no extra cost.
The new Mini Linux-ready computer features ultra-low power consumption, consuming less than 3 Watts, in a package that measures 160x104x32 mm. One audio out supports mp3 and wav format.
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