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T1040RDB-PC

Question asked by Kevin McConnon on Aug 21, 2018
Latest reply on Aug 22, 2018 by ufedor

What is the difference between a  T1040RDB-PC and a T1040D4RDB-PA?

 

Thanks to a previous request, I understand that the D4 means that DDR4 memory is used and that the -Px suffix denotes a version.

 

WindRiver has told me that they have a BSP for a T1040RDB-PC, but what I find to be currently available is the T1040D4RDB-PA. I'm trying to determine specific differences so I can provide to them to determine if their BSP will work (we're using VxWorks and will use a WindRiver bootloader and BSP). Is there a way to find specific differences between the two boards such as replacement of components with "equivalent" parts?

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