EEPD Launches AMD Ryzen Embedded NUC Boards & Mini PCs

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EEPD SBC Profive follows embedded NUC Standard

Electronic Equipment Production and Distribution, also known as EEPD, has just released its latest Embedded SBCs based on the AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 and V1000 platforms. Respectively they are the SBC Profive NUCR and NUCR both designed for industrial uses. The NUCv has 4 variants with 2 different V1000 series CPUs to choose from, while the NUCR has two R1000 variants.

eNUC and Integrated Graphics

All variations and types of SBCs and BoxPCs use the embedded NUC standard utilizing the AMD Ryzen embedded platform and series with Radeon Vega Graphics integrated into the system.

SBC Profive NUCR specifications

      • AMD Series R1000 Processors – R1606G / R1505G
      • Integrated GPU – AMD Radeon Vega 3 Graphics
      • Up to 32 GB dual-channel DDR4 memory
      • 2x Gigabit Ethernet ports (Intel I210 with IEEE1588)
      • 1x MicroSD card slot
      • 3x M.2 Type B, Type E, Type M sockets
      • M.2 SATA or NVMe
      • 1x Serial ATA (6G) with a separate power connector
      • 3x USB 3.1 Gen1
      • 1x RS-232 port + 1x RS-232/485 port (FDX)
      • 2x Mini-DP++ Connector up to 4096×2160 @ 60Hz
      • Sound: HDA with MIC In/headphone Out
      • Health monitoring and management: Fan control (PWM + Tacho), hardware monitoring and Watchdog
      • Power and status LEDs,
      • 2x GPIO (3.3V)
      • 8V to 32V power supply range (automotive grade)
      • Max. Operating temperature range (commercial): 0°C to + 60°C / others on request
      • Max. Storage temperature range from -40°C to +85°C
      • Max. relative humidity: 95% @ 40°C, non-condensing
      • Dimensions 101.6 mm x 101.6 mm
      • Supported operating systems: Microsoft Windows 10 / 10 IoT Enterprise, Linux Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
      • Design, production and support “Made in Germany”
EEPD NUCR Ryzen Embedded R1000 NUC Block Diagram
NUCR SBC Block Diagram – Click to Enlarge

SBC Profive NUCV Specifications

      • AMD processors of the V1000 series – V1202B / V1605B / V1756B / V1807B up to 35W TDP (max TDP supported by the board)
      • Integrated GPU – AMD Radeon Vega 3 / 8 / 11 Graphics
      • Up to 32 GB memory DDR4
      • 2x Gigabit Ethernet Ports
      • 1x MicroSD card slot
      • 3x M.2 Type B, Type E, Type M sockets
      • 1x SATA (6G) with a separate power connector
      • Up to 4x USB-Ports: 3x USB 3.1 Gen1, 1x USB 2.0
      • 1x RS-232 Port + 1x RS-232/485 Port
      • 24-bit dual-channel LVDS-Connector
      • 2x Mini-DP++ connector up to 4096×2160 @ 60Hz
      • Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows 10 / 10 IoT Enterprise, Linux Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
      • 8V to 32 V power supply range (automotive grade)
      • Max. Operating temperature range commercial at 0°C to + 60°C; others on request
      • Max. Storage temperature range from -40°C to +85°C
      • Max. relative humidity: 95% @ 40°C, non-condensing
      • Dimensions 101.6 mm x 101.6 mm
      • Design, Production, and Support “Made in Germany
EEPD NUCV Ryzen Embedded NUC Block Diagram
NUCV SBC Block Diagram – Click to Enlarge

Target Applications

EEPD embedded NUC boards targets various sections and applications including aerospace & defense, digital casino gaming, digital signage & retail, industrial control & automation, IoT, media & collaboration, medical imaging, networking, storage, and thin client.

Availability and Further Information

Both Ryzen embedded NUC SBCs appears to be available now in different processor and memory configurations, but the company does not provide public pricing. You may find more details on the respective product pages. If you are looking at complete solutions with enclosure, EEPD also offers BoxPC-NUCR and BoxPC-NUCV embedded NUCs (eNUCs) powered by Profive NUCR/V SBCs.

BoxPC-NUCRIf you’d like to find about even more Ryzen Embedded mini PCs and SBCs, there’s now a dedicated page listing boards and devices from various manufacturers on AMD website.

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There’s still no contender from x86 to compete with ARM on price point (except, maybe, atom like z83xx). What a pity.

Tom Cubie
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ROCK Pi will surprise you.

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Same comments I posted at https://www.cnx-software.com/2019/10/05/amd-ryzen-embedded-sbc-four-4k-displays-linux-windows/#comments

Unless you’re planning to sell a solution based on these boards to a customer who needs N x dozens boxes, just move on to the next article.

I’m still looking for the equivalent of Ark Intel on the AMD web site where you could examine in excruciating details the specification documentation of these processors. Anybody knows?

It is unclear for instance whether or not the 2 x 10 Gigabit Ethernet and the USB3 consume PCIe lanes (see AMD product briefs). The diagrams in this article suggest the 2 x 1 Gbe do. Anyway, given the industry segments these boards target, 10Gbe is a moot point.

ProDigit
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Not that it matters. AMD has 32 pcie lanes. 8 to the igp, 4 to each m.2 slot (max), that’s still 12 pcie Lanes left over.

Antonym
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Too good to be cheap and thus high volume sales; pity.

Richard Crook
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Richard Crook

The description page makes it obvious as to whom this product is intended.

“The industrial PROFIVE® Single Board Computer”

“It is a high-quality BoxPC system for industrial applications”

“The high-quality integrated automotive grade power supply”

“A customized front panel design is optionally available for OEM solutions”

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The question is, if this box can drive 3 GPUs on the 3x m.2 slots…