– Intel ULV Celeron 400/650MHz Processor
– Low-power fanless operation: 10.5 Watts @ 400MHz
– Up to 512MB memory using DIMM
– 10/100Mbps Ethernet
– S3 Savage 4 Chipset with advanced 3D/2D video
– Flat panel, CRT, and LCD display support
– IDE port with UDMA-33 capability
– 2 serial ports: 1 RS-232, 1 RS-232/422/485
– 2 USB 1.1 ports
– Parallel port and floppy drive port
– PS/2 keyboard/mouse ports
– Real-time clock
– Watchdog timer
– CompactFlash socket
– PC/104 ISA expansion bus
Morpheus offers high computing power and high-density I/O in a compact, low power consumption, and low cost PC/104 module. It is a superior choice for low-cost / high-volume applications in stationary or interior environments with minimal temperature swings and limited space, such as medical equipment, process control, and instrumentation, or for outdoor applications in mild climates, such as ticketing and access control systems.
The board utilizes the Intel Ultra-Low Voltage Celeron processor and is available in two speeds: 400MHz / fanless / 10.5 watts and 650MHz / fan / 15 watts.The companion VT8606 / VT686B chipset provides advanced video with 3D and 2D hardware acceleration and support for high-resolution LCD and CRT displays. In addition the Realtek RTL8100BL Ethernet controller provides 10/100Mbps network connectivity capability supported in BIOS. Memory is provided via a user-supplied standard 144-pin PC133 SODIMM up to 512MB.
A full set of I/O ports is provided to support any application’s requirements, including Ethernet, UDMA-33 IDE, CompactFlash, floppy, parallel, PS/2 keyboard and mouse, and 2 USB 1.1 ports. The board also has two 16450-compatible serial ports: One port is fixed RS-232, and the second is jumper-configurable for RS-232, RS-422, and RS-485 protocols. The watchdog timer provides protection from software crashes and is programmable for delays between 1 and 127 seconds.
The built-in PC/104 expansion bus enables Morpheus to work with almost all the data acquisition and communications modules in this catalog, as well as hundreds of I/O boards from other vendors.