Kontrol has unveiled a computers-on-module based on the SMARC standard, previously ULP-COM, based on Intel Atom E3800 “Bay Trail-I” SoCs with up to 8GB LPDD3 memory, up to 64GB SSD, and support for various interface. After having released SMARC modules based on TI, Freescale and Nvidia last year, the company claims their SMARC-xXBTi is the first ever x86 CoM compatible with SMARC.
- SoC – Intel Atom E3800 “Bay Trail-I” with Intel Gen 7 Graphics
- System Memory – Up to 8GB DDR3L-1067/1333 (1.35V) with optional ECC
- Storage – 2-32 GB eMMC (SLC), 4-64GB for (MLC), 1x or 2x SATA 3Gb/s, 2x SDIO interfaces
- HDMI 1.4 up to 2560 x 1600 @ 60Hz
- 18/24-bit single channel LVDS up to 1366 x 768 (Optional eDP to have higher resolutions)
- Connectivity – Gigabit Ethernet (Intel Springville I210)
- USB – 1x USB 3.0 (via AFB), 2x USB 2.0, and optional USB OTG.
- Expansion bus – 3x PCIe Gen 2.0 (5GT/s)
- Misc – 3x UART, Watchdog, ACPI 5.0, fan (JST SH series 1mm-pitch, 3-pin connector)
- Dimensions – 82 x 50mm (SMARC small size) – 314-pin MXM3 connector
- Power – 3 to 5.25 V. Consumption: 5 to 10 watts
- Operating temperature – -40 to 85°C (Industrial grade)
- Relative Humidity – 93% at 40 C, non-condensing
The company provide support for Linux, Android, VxWorks, Windows 7/8, WES7 (Windows Embedded Standard 7), and WEC7 (Windows Embedded Compact 7).
Kontron did not release price nor availability information. You can visit SMARC-sXBT product page for more details. The company is also is planning SMARC Computer-on-Modules based on Intel Quark SoC X1000.
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