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EBOX 3310A Minimize
EBOX 3310A

Product information for EBOX 3300A and 3310A


 

 

Product information for:

·         EBOX 3300A (Built with 256MB of RAM)

·         EBOX 3310A (Built with 512MB of RAM)

eBox3310A_MSJK

Shown with optional WiFi

Main Features:

§ 1.0 GHz PCX-600 CPU

§ Fan-less design

§ VESA mounting support

§ 256/512MB DDR2 RAM

§ 10/100Mbps Ethernet

§ XGI Z9s video

§ CM119 USB Audio

§ Micro-SD slot

§ Type I/II Compact Flash

§ 3 x USB 2.0 and 2 Serial ports

§ Mini-PCI expansion slot


The EBOX 33xxA is a compact and computing device designed for applications where physical space is limited.  It can be mounted on any VESA standard fixture allowing it to be secured to desks and other surfaces.  Conforming to the VESA mounting enable the EBOX 33xxA to be mounted on the back of most LCD monitor supporting the VESA mount standard and help save precious space in the work place, point-of-sales, point-of-information and other environment.  The aluminum enclosure also function as heat sink to help dissipate heat and make it possible for EBOX 33xxA to be fan-less and eliminated potential system failure caused by premature fan failure.

 

Board Support Package (BSP):

 

Operating System

Board support package (BSP)

Released

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Windows Embedded Compact 7

ICOP_EBOX3310A_70D_BSP.zip

August, 2012

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Windows Embedded CE 6.0

(Support R2 and R3)

ICOP_EBOX3310A_60H_BSP.zip

Nov., 2010

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Software Development Kit (SDK):

 

Operating System

Software Development Kit (Kit)

 

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Windows Embedded Compact 7

eBox3310A_SDK_WINCE700.msi

 

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Windows Embedded CE 6.0

eBox3310A_SDK_WINCE600.msi

 

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More Information:

        http://www.embeddedpc.net/EBOX3310AMSJK/

 

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Cannot get KITL-enabled build to work
Created by Samuel Phung in 10/22/2012 5:42:31 PM
Jeff,
A KITL enabled build is generally used to support remote tools, a transport layer between the Platform Builder development machine and the target device.
For a KITL enabled build, you need to disable the "CoreCon component", it's known to conflict with KITL. Hope this help.

Cannot get KITL-enabled build to work
Created by Jeff in 10/22/2012 5:18:23 PM
I continually get "KITLConnectToDesktop: Sending to CFG to desktop" when trying to run a KITL-enabled build after following your Jump Start Guide. I've tried in Debug and Release builds. Otherwise things look great. Where can I turn for help on this issue.
Thanks.
-jeff

eBOX-3300A & CE 7 BSP
Created by Javier Grijalba in 7/27/2012 8:44:45 AM
Hi Samuel,
we will buy this eBOX-3300A-M, MSTI PDX 600 1GHz CPU, 256MB RAM, because delivery of eBOX-3310A-´H is too long.
Will the CE 7 BSP work for this Board?
Regards

eBox-3310A BSP
Created by Samuel Phung in 6/14/2012 4:44:18 PM
Mark, Thanks for pointing out this issue.
I am in the middle of updating Compact 7 BSP to version D, and will make the new BSP available shortly.

Replace http://www.embeddedpc.net/Download/eBox3310A/ICOP_eBox3310A_70A_BSP.zip with http://www.embe
Created by Mark in 6/14/2012 2:53:50 PM
On this page is ICOP_eBox3310A_70A_BSP.zip available for download, but on http://www.embeddedpc.net/eBox3310AMSJK/ you can download ICOP_eBox3310A_70B_BSP.zip (the newer version). Shouldn't the link on this page be replaced with the link of the newer version?

 
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