The M671R is a new ETX™ CPU module designed by SECO, paying attention to customers requiring very high performances. The module is based on the Pentium® M CPU up to 1.8 GHz frequency, with Chipset Intel® 855GME (Intel® 852GME on the CM 600 MHz version) and front side bus at 400 MHz. The chipset has an integrated 2D/3D graphic controller, supporting AGP4x interface. An important feature in this module is the LVDS interface at 18bit Single and Dual Channel. The module integrates also Audio, Ultra-ATA/100 IDE interface, 1 Ethernet 10/100 BaseT, 4 USB 2.0 ports, 2 Full modem serial ports, 1 standard parallel, keyboard/mouse controllers, Real Time Clock and Watch Dog Timer. The ETX™ module is connected to the rest of the embedded system through 4 high density connectors that carry both ISA and PCI bus signals to a motherboard, where I/O connectors are placed, according to the customer requirements.
The M600R is an ETX™ baseboard designed to be the startup for any customer that begin to valuate ETX™ board’s charateristics. M600R has two different set of connectors: front panel connectors (PS/2 mouse & keyboard, USB, Ethernet, Parallels and Serials, VGA) and on board connectors (ATX Power, IrDA, PC/104 and PC/104 Plus, PCI slots, Floppy Disk, Hard Disk, LVDS, Video Out).
The M647R is a compact general purpose baseboard designed to be an easy solution for the use of ETX™ modules. With its CC-Talk interface it’s also suitable for gaming applications. It’s possible to mount on board up to 512MB Flash Disk modules. The M647R is well equipped with 2.5″ HDD connector, LVDS, VGA, 4 USB and Ethernet ports. The board can receive + 12V power supply directly through a Molex minifit connector or through a Kycon KPJX-4S connector plus relay and remote power button.
The M682R is a compact baseboard designed to be a solution for the use of ETX™ modules. With its Mini PCI socket soldered on board it’s also suitable for applications that require Wi-Fi connections. Its very small dimensions are also the main characteristic that enables the use in wide range of products of ETX™ CPU modules.
The new Quadmo747 board is the new Qseven™ platform designed by SECO on Intel® Atom™ architecture.
SECO is a founding member of Qseven™ Consortium.
The SECOMEXP-945 is a module in the COM Express type 2 basic standard, based on the 945GME + ICH7-M and supports Intel Core 2 Duo, Core Duo and Celeron M processors. This module offers up to 8 USB 2.0 ports, 2 SATA, 1 IDE, 1 Gigabit Ethernet and up to 6 PCI-Express lane x1 (four of them also configurable as 1 PCIe x4), one of which is configurable as PCI-Express lane x16 (PEG) or as Dual Channel SDVO. The presence of a Dual Channel Memory interface, on 2 SO-DIMM DDR2 SDRAM sockets for up to 4 GB, enables higher performances with same clock frequencies of the CPU.
The SECOMX-945 is an XTX form factor module that SECO designs with the Intel® Celeron® M, Core® Duo, Core® 2 Duo processors with Intel® 945GME chipset. The board features also Audio, SATA (2x) and IDE Interfaces, Ethernet 10/100BaseT, 6x USB 2.0, keyboard/mouse PS/2, Real Time Clock and Watch Dog Timer.
The new XTX™ form factor SECOMX-945/M72 CPU module combine the Intel® Pentium® M processor with the Intel® 945GME chipset and the graphic controller ATI Mobility™ Radeon™ E2400 GPU that assure high level performances fot those 3D and high resolution demanding applications. Furthermore the SECOMX-945/M72 features Audio, SATA (2x) and IDE Interfaces, Ethernet 10/100BaseT, 6x USB 2.0, keyboard/mouse PS/2, Real Time Clock and Watch Dog Timer. Thanks to the ATI™ GPU the module support Windows® Vista Aero Operating Systems.