Manuf (OEM/ODM): AboCom ARM914
FCC approval date: 22 April 2004
UPC: 658729080195 (UPC DB, On eBay)
Country of manuf.: Taiwan
Power: 12 VDC, 0.8 A
Connector type: barrel
CPU1: Marvell 88W8510
FLA1: 1 MiB1,048,576 B <br />8,192 Kib <br />1,024 KiB <br />8 Mib <br />9.765625e-4 GiB <br /> (Fujitsu 29LV800TE-90PFTN)
RAM1: 4 MiB4,194,304 B <br />32,768 Kib <br />4,096 KiB <br />32 Mib <br />0.00391 GiB <br /> (Winbond W981616BH-6 × 2)
Expansion IFs: none specified
WI1 chip1: Marvell 88W8510
WI1 chip2: Marvell 88W8010
WI1 802dot11 protocols: bg
WI1 antenna connector: RP-SMA
ETH chip1: Marvell 88W8510
Switch: Marvell 88E6060
LAN speed: 100M
LAN ports: 4
WAN speed: 100M
WAN ports: 1
For a list of all currently documented Marvell chipsets with specifications, see Marvell.
- Product page
- Manual (obviously authored by SerComm)
"M01-914M+-A10" is silkscreened on the board.
This board is highly homologous to the HotBrick SoHo 401W, another device based on the Marvell AP-32 reference design.
- According to djb, the board was designed by SerComm.
The firmware for the ARM914 corroborates this as the firmware contains strings indicating SerComm authorship.
The OUI used in this entry is per a marketplace (eBay) label, and, as expected, it is that of AboCom.
Mixed branding probable - this device was sold around the Airlink+ -> Airlink101 transition
The hardware appears to be the same as the Hawking HWR54G rev M and perhaps the Xterasys XR-2407G.
Per the manual (alternative on Airlink+ site), the default SSID is default.
The eCosCentric product showcase notes this device as using eCos.