Compact Flash Linux ComputerC-Data Solutions has a mini computer the size of a Compact Flash card.Â Yes, that’s right.Â The form factor of this Linux computer is that of a Compact Flash card.Â The solution uses a CF DAQ card as the main processor and you can expand for additional flexibility using the CF COMM cards.
The Compact Flash Computer utilizes Motorolaâ€™s Coldfire MFC5272 processor. The on-board flash memory file system provides storage for the operating system (ucLinux) and user applications. Expansion is via a 16 bit bus compatible with Compact Flash devices. Up to eight devices can be integrate into a system using the Bus Extension Unit (CF type II device). Here are the impressive specifications to the CF Linux computer:
- 43 x 37 x 5 mm
- Compact Flash Type II Card
- 16 Bit CF expansion bus Interfaces to CF cards
- 32 bit Coldfire cpu
- 32 MB SRAM
- 8 MB FLASH
- Motorola BDM port
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