Data sheet: Impact-E low-power embedded computer from Amplicon
Impact-E data sheet
The Impact-E PCIe from Amplicon is a compact, low-power embedded PC featuring the Intel D525 Atom processor. The computer is assembled and tested within a lean manufacturing environment under ISO 9001.
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