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Mini PCIe Expansion Module Delivers Dual Gbit Ethernet

Versalogic has extended its line of industrial temperature, rugged Mini PCIe expansion products with the “E5”. This new Dual Gbit Ethernet expansion board provides an easy and economical way to add additional Ethernet ports to high-stress embedded computer systems. Unlike similar Mini PCIe boards, the E5 is completely self-contained with on-board magnetic isolation. There is no need for off-board magnetics or special cabling.

The E5’s extremely small form factor format allows it to be added to systems with very little impact to the overall size of the solution. It’s well suited for size and weight optimized applications.

Many applications required extreme temperature operation. Fully tested thermal management assures reliable operation over the full industrial temperature range (-40° to +85°C). Latching connectors and Mil Standard 202 shock and vibration testing ensure performance in demanding environments. The E5E is engineered and validated to excel in unforgiving environments. Bundle it with a rugged embedded computer board from VersaLogic for a one-stop solution to your industrial application needs.

The E5 is customizable, even in low OEM quantities. Customization options include conformal coating, revision locks, custom labeling, customized testing and screening and so on. The E5 is compatible with a variety of popular operating systems such as Linux and Windows.

The E5, part number VL-MPEe-E5E, is in stock at both Versalogic and Digi-Key. OEM quantity pricing starts at $137.

Versalogic | www.versalogic.com

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