Data Modul has introduced industrial pico-ITX boards based on low power Intel Atom or Celeron Bay Trail processors, that include a Gigabit Ethernet port, LVDS, HDMI or DisplayPort video output, a SATA interface and up to 4 GB RAM.
eDN-pITX-BT boards specifications:
- Intel Atom E3815 single core processor @ 1.46GHz with HD graphics – 5W TDP
- Intel Celeron J1900 quad core processor @ 2.0 GHz (up to 2.42GHz) with HD graphics – 10W TDP
- System Memory – 2GB or 4GB on-board DDR3L (1600 MT/s)
- Storage – SATA 2.0 (3GB/s), mSATA via mini-PCIe
- Video Output / Display I/F – DisplayPort up to 2560 x 1600, optional HDMI (TBC), dual-channel 24-bit LVDS up to 1920 x 1200, backlight control. Dual independent display support.
- Audio – Realtek ALC888S HDA audio codec – S/PDIF, front speaker, and microphone via headers.
- Connectivity – 1x Gigabit Ethernet
- USB – 3x USB 2.0; 1x USB 3.0
- 1x mini-PCIe/mSATA (half size)
- 1x mini-PCIe (half size)
- Headers and connectors for 8x GPIO, 1x I2C, 1x SMB, 1x CAN 2.0, 1x RS232; 1x RS422/485
- Misc – Watchdog timer, fan connector
- Power – 12V DC (+/-5%); input is via a rear-panel Jack or internal Molex connector
- Dimensions – 100 x 72mm (Pico-ITX)
- Temperature Range – 0 to 60°C (standard); -40 to 85°C (industrial)
Cooling is passive by default, but optional active cooling is also available. The boards support Linux, Windows 7/8.x, Windows Embedded Compact 7/2013, or Windows Embedded Standard 7/8.
The two Bay Trail pico ITX board are shipping, and will be available for 7 years, but price has not been disclosed publicly. Further details can be found on Data Modul’s eDM-pITX-BT product page.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.