The off-the-shelf Ruby-D716VG2AR motherboard from industrial PC manufacturer American Portwell Technology Inc. adopts the ATX form factor and uses the Intel Q87 chipset and energy-efficient fourth-generation Intel Core processors based on 22-nm process technology. It is designed to offer high performance and flexibility for functional expansions in medical equipment applications. Key features of the motherboard include SATA storage of up to 6 Gb/sec within five SATA III interface connectors; PCIe 3.0 (one PCI Express x16 slot) to support devices for double speed and bandwidth; PCIe 2.0/PCI slots (two PCIe x1 slots, two PCIe x4 slots with PCIe x1 signal, and two PCI slots); USB 3.0 high-speed transmission technology supporting 12 USB ports; four long DIMM memory slots for DDR3 SDRAM up to 32 GB and 1600 MT/s; triple display (VGA, HDMI, and DVI-D available in both clone and extended modes); and dual Gigabit Ethernet connectors. In addition, the computer is equipped with six COM ports (and as many as 10 optionally) and one CFEX slot for flexible functionality.
American Portwell Technology Inc.