ATX stands for Advanced Technology eXtended and refers to a specification for motherboard and power supply configuration introduced in 1995. ATX remains the most common motherboard configuration, though different form factors have since been introduced.
When “ATX” is used at Crystalfontz, it indicates that the module is configured to control the ATX power supply of a system, replacing the “power” and “reset” buttons on the system it is added to. This can save panel space in smaller applications such as 1U appliances.
ATX functionality can be added to the CFA533, CFA631, CFA633, CFA635, CFA735, and CFA835 modules as an additional option. Click “customize and add to cart” to add the functionality.