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Does anyone on the list have a project, hobby or otherwise, where you used one
of those SBCs? I'm interested in trying one of those out, but can't come up
with any project right now that would justify the price "just for the hell of
I'm more interested in the Windows Embedded side of it, but if you have a linux
based project I'd like to hear about it too.
Not having played with those yet, what would be a good very low power (power
consumption) + powerful/fast CPU for one of these things?
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Good you asked. I am working towards a setup in which a PCM-5820 PC104
board, with a standard WindowsXP working on 256MB RAM, is the center of a
home automation configuration (reading sensors, actuating servos here and
there, etc). The interface is done with a DIO48 PC104 board on top of that,
but you can get more or less the same results using USB expanders to
communicate with I2C,etc. I use FSK 433MHZ manchester encoded radio links to
communicate all the sensors with the PC104, and surprisingly the WinXP is
very stable and works well for this setup.
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I've used them in projects for customers before. The major advantage
is with small volume products, where the higher cost of the boards is
outweighed by the easier development - it's a PC, you've got lots of
tools available. My first PC/104 project was way back in the early
1990s, and ran DOS. My more recent ones have been real-time linux
Black Cat Systems
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