Embedded Computing

Embedded Computing

Micromax Pty Ltd is an Australian distributor of embedded computing solutions. We supply high quality and reliable products and services to a wide range of industries. 

Our Products and Services 

Suppliers

Our embedded computing suppliers include Adlink (Taiwan), Diamond Systems (USA), Advanced Micro Peripheral (UK), JK Microsystems (USA), Artila (Taiwan), Connect Tech Inc (Canada), Matrix Orbital (Canada), Gemalto (Netherlands), Foremay (USA) and Tri M (Canada). 

Industries serviced

  • Power utility
  • Waste water treatment
  • Transportation
  • Security
  • Transaction management
  • Mining
  • Medical
  • Educational 
  • Information Technology (IT) 

Visit micromaxtechnology.com for more information

 

Matrix-618

Features:

  • Windows CE 6.0 compatible computing platform
  • C/C++ Static / Dynamic Libraries included
  • Failover mechanism against system crash
  • SDRAM: 128MB DDR2
  • COM Port: 8 x RS-232 / 485

Matrix-605

Features:

  • CPU: ATMEL AT91SAM9G45, 400MHz
  • Windows CE 6.0 compatible computing platform
  • SDRAM: 128MB DDR2
  • Flash: 256MB, NAND type
  • Failover mechanism against system crash

Matrix-604

Features:

  • Flash: 256MB, NAND type
  • WinCE 6.0 computing platform with file system
  • CPU: ATMEL AT91SAM9G20, 400MHz
  • USB Client: 1 x USB 2.0 compliant
  • C/C++ Static / Dynamic Libraries included

Matrix-520

Features:

  • CPU: ATMEL AT91RM9200, 180MHz
  • LCM display: 18 x 2, dot-matrix type
  • Flash: 16MB, NOR type
  • GPIO: 21 pins, CMOS / TTL-level
  • Linux 2.6.14 computing platform with file system

Matrix-514

Features:

  • Linux 2.6.14 computing platform with file system
  • CPU: ATMEL AT91RM9200, 180MHz
  • GPIO: 21 pins, CMOS / TTL-level
  • GNU C/C++ tool chain for Linux and Windows
  • Ethernet: 4 x 10/100Mbps

Matrix-512

Features:

  • Linux 2.6.14 computing platform with file system
  • SD socket: 2GB max.
  • TTY: 4 x RS-232 / 422 / 485
  • GNU C/C++ tool chain for Linux and Windows
  • Flash: 16MB, NOR type

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