Taiwan based IBASE Technology has launched the ASB200-918 series fanless embedded systems based on the company’s IB918 AMD Ryzen Embedded SBC which we covered last year, runs Windows or Linux distributions, and supports up to 4K displays.
ASB200-918-series rugged computers are powered by AMD Ryzen Embedded V1605B/V1202B or R1606G/R1505G processors with 16GB ECC memory, a 64GB SSD, various I/Os including two HDMI 2.0a output for industrial control, factory, kiosks, and other space-constrained applications.
- SBC – IBASE IB918 3.5-inch single board computer with AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000/R1000-series SoC (V1605B, V1202B, R1606G, or R1505G)
- System Memory – 2x 8GB DDR4-2666 SO-DIMM, upgradable to up to 32GB RAM, ECC supported
- Storage – 64 GB TLC 2.5-inch SSD (default), optional M.2 NVMe SSD
- Video Output – 2x HDMI 2.0a ports up to 4Kp60 resolution
- Audio – 3.5mm audio jack for Line-out, Line-in, and MIC-in
- 2x Gigabit Ethernet via Intel Gigabit transceiver
- Optional WiFi/Bluetooth via M.2 socket
- 2x antenna holes
- USB – 4x USB3.1 ports, 1x USB2.0 port
- Serial – 4 x COM ports (DB9) including 3x RS232 at the front, 1x RS232/422/485 on the rear panel
- External 10-pin GPIO header with 4x DI, 4x DO
- 2x M.2 E-Key / M-Key for NVMe SSD, WiFi, etc…
- Misc – Power LED, HDD LED, Reset button, On/Off button
- Power Supply – 12V to 24V DC input via 3-pin terminal block
- Dimensions – 240 x 162 x 42mm (Aluminum & steel enclosure)
- Weight – 1.7 kg
- Temperature Range – Operating: 0°C to 45°C; storage: -20°C to 80°C
- Relative Humidity – 5% to 90% @ 45°C (non-condensing)
- Vibration – Operating: 3Grms / 5~500Hz
- Shock – CE/LVD/FCC Class B
The fanless embedded systems ship with a wall mount kit and the company can provide an optional 90W (24V/3.95A) power supply. The company lists Windows 10, Windows 10 IoT Enterprise, Windows Embedded Standard 8, and Ubuntu 16.04 as supported operating systems.
The press release only mentions “unveiling” the embedded computers, but does not provide information about availability, and pricing has not been made public. Further information may be found on the 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.