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This product looks interesting. However, the specification does not list I2C as one of the on-board connectors. Also, it does not specify what input range that the on-board 12V DC-DC converter can tolerate. The PW-70 from mini-box.com, for example, can handle any voltage from 10.5V to 15.5V, making it great for using directly from a lead-acid battery (whose output voltage can vary greatly).
On page 2-14 of the manual it shows a i2c header. Appendix C-2 says the DC-DC convertor can handle 11.4 to 12.6 volts on the input.
Here's the link to the manual: http://18.104.22.168/product/3/4/epia-tc_v100.pdf
Most of our marketing materials are still primarily aimed at PC based applications for these boards so they don't highlight the I2C spec, but as the other poster noted it is there.
Timothy J. Brown VIA Robotics Program Manager
VIA Robotics Initiative http://www.via.com.tw/en/robotics/robotics.jsp
I cant wait to get my hands on that Nano-ITX platform!!!, keep up the good work VIA!
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