Acrosser, a global leader in IPC components, system design, and manufacturing, is releasing its newest gaming Single Board Computer, the AR-B5290. The AR-B5290 includes the functionality of a SBC, as well as, gaming I/O and security features. Acrosser’s AR-B5290 follows the mini-ITX standard hole locations, providing mounting flexibility for gaming applications as well as offering great performance. The AR-B5290 supports the Intel(R) Pentium(R) M, Celeron(R) M CPU, combined with dual channel DDR memory up to 2GB.
The key features of the AR-B5290 include:
- JAMMA and 72 pin golden finger interface
- Optical isolated interruptible digital inputs
- 500mA Darlington transistor outputs
- Intrusion logger
- Two ccTalk ports
- Dual 128KB battery back-up SRAM with battery low monitor 16-bit user define GPIO
- 4 x 16-bit interruptible Timer
- Hardware True random number generator
- Two 8-bit readable DIP switch
- iButton, ProtectU & EEPROM security
The AR-B5290 bridges Acrosser’s innovative gaming solution and Intel’s low power technology to bring an optimum combination of performance and gaming features. All these key features integrated into a compact solution that is small in size, power efficient, quiet running, and rich in gaming I/O.
The Intel(R) 915GM Express chipset and ICH6M controller provide the performance and support that allows the AR-B5290 to integrate into a wide range of gaming solutions. SBC features include 6 USB 2.0 ports, 10/100Mb Ethernet, Stereo audio output, Type II CF socket x 1, 2 x ccTalk and 1 x COM port. Display support includes VGA (DB25) and Dual 18bit LVDS.
Founded in 1987, Acrosser is one of the leading suppliers of industrial computing hardware in the world. To make life easier by taking advantage of advanced automated technology, Acrosser is the first to develop the revolutionary ROM/SRAM disk card, which solved the disk-drive stability problems that plagued early industrial automation industry. Acrosser offers complete product lines that would help customers to succeed in various industries such as Networking, Industrial Automation, POS/POI/KIOSK/ATM, and Gaming/Multimedia.