EuroTech CPU-1233 for Sale (2019)

The Eurotech CPU-1233 PC/104 is legacy PC/104 (not PC/104+) for legacy applications wiith ISA bus (and without PCI bus).

This SBC was used during the middle of 2000 for many industrial systems and military systems.

If you need this PC/104, you can buy the CPU-1233 at our website.

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List of Eurotech CPU-1233 for sale (February 2019):
  • We have 6 NEW boards (open box) fully tested and operational for sale
  • Windows XP drivers available
Sold (Nov 2019):
    • Sold 9 CPU-1233 NEW fully tested and operational

    General Features:

    Architecture: PC/AT Architecture

    Dimensions: Compliant with the PC/104 standard

    Processor: AMD™ Geode™ GX466 333MHz

    Memory: 128MB DDR soldered

    Solid State Disk: Connector for a secured Disk-On-Module

    BIOS Flash: 1MB 8bit +5V Flash EPROM

    • IDE Controller, 66MB/second UDMA ATA-5
    • Integrated display controller:
      • TFT or VGA Interface
      • Up to 1600 x 1200 x 24 BPP at 85Hz
    • 4 USB 2.0 ports
    • Audio: AC97 v2.3 compliant
    • Ethernet (Realtek RL8139D): -10/100 Mbps with N-way Auto-negotiation
    • Serial ports:
      • 1 x RS232
      • 1 x software configurable RS232/422/485
    • Parallel port
    • AT PS/2 Keyboard input
    • PS/2 Mouse input

    BUS: ISA PC/104 compliant

    Power Supply:
    Single +5V DC +/- 5%

    Fully RoHS (2002/95/CE) Compliant.

    We are not official dealer or distributor of EuroTech.
    We are specialized with testing and selling PC/104 boards and other similar boards.

    EuroTech CPU-1233 front view
    EuroTech CPU-1233 rear view

    PC/104 AMD® Geode GX466™ 466 CPU
    PC/104 AMD
    PC/104 ISA
    CPU-1233 user manual
    CPU-1233 datasheet
    CPU-1233 drivers
    Dan Gilboa,
    Feb 16, 2014, 12:45 AM
    Dan Gilboa,
    Feb 16, 2014, 12:46 AM
    Dan Gilboa,
    Feb 16, 2014, 12:44 AM
    Dan Gilboa,
    Feb 16, 2014, 12:44 AM