Axiomtek MANO300 Industrial mini-ITX Board Features Intel Celeron N3150 Processor, Plenty of Interfaces

Axiomtek MANO300 is an industrial grade fanless mini-ITX motherboard powered by an Intel Celerron N3150 “Braswell” quad core processor with two SO-DIMM slots, two SATA interfaces, dual Gigabit Ethernet, several serial interfaces and more, targeting automation and embedded industries.

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MANO300 board specifications:

  • SoC – Intel Celeron N3150 quad core Braswell processor @ up to 2.08 GHz with Intel HD Gen8 Graphics
  • System Memory – 2x 204-pin SO-DIMM dual channel DDR3L-1333 up 8 GB
  • Storage – 1 x SATA-600, 1x mSATA, SDXC card slot
  • Display – 1x VGA, 1x HDMI, 1x LVDS (Up to 3 independent displays supported)
  • Connectivity – 2 x 10/100/1000Mbps (Realtek RTL8111F)
  • Serial
    • 2x RS-232/422/485 (DB9)
    • 4x RS-232 (one with 5V/12V power select) via connectors
  • USB – 4x USB 3.0 host ports, 2x USB 2.0 (internal)
  • Audio – Mic-in/Line-out
  • Expansion – 1x PCIe x1, 1x PCI Express Mini Card with SIM card slot, 8x digital I/Os
  • Misc – 1x PS/2 combo for keyboard and mouse,  3V/220 mAH Lithium battery, watchdog Timer
  • Power Requirements – 12VDC or Standard ATX
  • Dimensions – 170×170 mm (mini-ITX form factor)
  • Temperature Range – 0° ~ +60°C
  • Certifications – CE

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The board is said to runs well with Windows 7 and 8 operating systems, but would also likely support Windows 10, and Linux operating systems.

Axiomtek MANO300 motherboard will become available in January 2016 for an undisclosed price. More details should eventually be found on Axiomtek MANO300 product page.

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Are you sure this board is fanless ?
i didn’t see that info on the product page and since we don’t see any heatsink in the pictures

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is that “mini-ITX” or even “thin-mini-ITX”?

difference is mostly beeing able to be half-height, using 12V DC (instead of ATX), so i’d say that might even be the later of both

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Dr. Azrael Tod :
is that “mini-ITX” or even “thin-mini-ITX”?
difference is mostly beeing able to be half-height, using 12V DC (instead of ATX), so i’d say that might even be the later of both

its not the thin form factor. you may compare to:
http://www.cnx-software.com/2015/10/15/asrock-n3150tm-itx-thin-mini-itx-board-is-powered-by-intel-celeron-n3150-processor/

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I have an almost identical N3150 system running as my Sophos UTM router/FW based on this motherboard: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130881
I can state that the CPU doesn’t get much over 38-39C under load and only feels barely warm to the touch on the top of the heatsink. Realize these are 6W CPU’s and while at idle they are even less power draw. Another evidence is the motherboard has a fan threshold setting of 45C to kick on a fan and my case fan never turns on as it never hits that temp threshold. Completely silent and very cool for me.

What I appreciate about *this* combo is the dual nic and assuming it comes in at a decent price this could be a killer solution for a pfsense/sophos/m0nowall setup! I just wish it was using Intel nics instead of the Realtek soft NIC crud.