Embedded 64-Bit PowerPC Single Board Computer With Three Gigabit Ethernet Ports

esd electronics EPPC-T10 - Embedded 64-bit PowerPC T1014 Single Board Computeresd electronics announced their EPPC-T10, an embedded CPU board with 3 independent Ethernet interfaces. The NXP PowerPC QorIQ T1014 with 1.2 GHz features one 64-bit e5500 Power Architecture® processor cores with highperformance data path acceleration architecture (DPAA) and network peripheral interfaces.

The local memory bus is 64 bits wide plus 8 bits ECC with an overall capacity of 512 Mbyte. 16 Mbyte SPI Flash for boot loader and 32 Kbit I²C EEPROM for U-Boot environment offer non-volatile memory spaces.

The EPPC-T10 features a second 16 Mbyte ‘fallback’ SPI Flash, used for system recovery if a system crash occurs during a firmware update. Alternatively it can be used for application software.


  • NXP® PowerPC QorIQ T1014, 1.2 GHz, 64-bit architecture, Double Precision Floating Point Unit, Ethernet, ECC-RAM
  • Ideal for EtherCAT applications with up to 3 independent networks
  • Equipped with
    – RTC with battery backup
    – 1x RS-232
    – 3x independent GB-Ethernet
    – 1x USB 2.0 (Host)
    – 1x microSDTM card slot
    – Internal PCI Express® Mini card slot for hardware extension
    – Status LEDs
  • DIN hat rail mounting

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