LONDON The ACP-GM45 from Data Modul AG (Munich, Germany) is a computer board for gaming applications, is based on the mobile Intel GM45 chipset and has a Socket P for Intel Core 2 Duo mobile processors.
Provided for gaming applications designs are a JAMMA interface which enables connectivity to a number of peripherals such as buttons, alarms and meters It also inlcudes one 32-bit digital I/O interface and CCTALK. It provides security features such as 2 x 512 KB battery backup SRAM for the storage of important data, one Hardware random number generator (RNG) and one iButton connector.
Additionally it provides 8 x USB 2.0, 3 x COM, 4 x SATA, HD Audio, Dual Gigabit Ethernet, one Compact Flash Socket and is expandable via PCI.
The integrated graphics of the Intel GM45 chipset delivers 3-D graphics performance without the need for independent graphic chips. TFT displays can be controlled by dual channel 24 bit LVDS with a maximum resolution of 2048 x 1536. In addition it offers two VGA outputs and supports dual view to show two different display contents.
The ACP-GM45 provides a long-term availability of at least 3 years with a strict revision control and a industrial operating temperature of 0 ” 60°C.
Data Modul supplies the module for use with a number of different suppliers TFT displays including AUO, Sharp and CMO inclusive inverters, tested cables and adapted power-ON/OFF timing. The use of a time intensive display adjustment therefore becomes redundant.