COM Express Device Drivers
If you purchase a Sealevel Relio industrial computer or COM Express system that includes a solid-state drive, you have the option to have Sealevel install the operating system (OS) and necessary software drivers. You will need to purchase an applicable OS license. Call us for details.
If you purchase a computer or COM Express system without a solid-state drive or OS, you will need to install the applicable drivers. Some drivers apply to the hardware on the COM Express module, while some are for devices present on the carrier board. The following table lists the devices that will require drivers.
|Chipset||COM Express Module||COM Express Module Manufacturer (see below)|
|Integrated Graphics||COM Express Module||COM Express Module Manufacturer|
|Audio Interface||COM Express Module||COM Express Module Manufacturer|
|Network Connection 1||COM Express Module||COM Express Module Manufacturer|
|Network Connection 2||Carrier Board||Intel Website|
|Serial Ports||Carrier Board||Sealevel SeaCOM Software|
|Synchronous Serial||Carrier Board||Sealevel SeaMAC Software|
|Digital & Analog I/O||Carrier Board||Sealevel SeaMAX API, SeaMAX Windows Software & SeaMAX Linux Software|
|I2C Bus||Carrier Board||Sealevel Talos .NET Framework|
Where To Get COM Express Module Drivers
The following table provides the COM Express module manufacturers for the different models of Relio and COM Express computers.
|Model||Module Manufacturer||Module Family||Website|
|Relio R2, R3 & R4 (Intel Atom)||Congatec||Conga-TCA||www.congatec.com|
|Relio R2, R3 & R4 (Intel Core i3)||ADlink||Express-IBR & Express-IB||www.adlinktech.com|
|Relio R2, R3 & R4 (Intel Core i7)||ADlink||Express-IBR & Express-IB||www.adlinktech.com|
The network adapter on the carrier board is implemented with an Intel 82574IT NIC on a PCIe X1 lane and provides a single 10/100/1000 Mbps 802.3 compliant Ethernet connection. Install the appropriate Intel Network Adapter Driver.
The Sealevel Relio serial ports are supported natively in Linux kernels 2.6.28 and later. Other related components have native support in Linux.