Vecow EPBC-1000 2.5-inc/Pico-ITX single board computer powered by an Intel Atom x6211E Elkhart Lake processor, and found in the company’s PBC-1000 ultra-compact fanless embedded box PC, is designed for edge applications such as intelligent control, energy management, M2M, In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI), factory automation, and any AIoT or Industry 4.0 applications.
Vecow EPBC-1000 Pico-ITX board and PBC-1000 embedded mini PC specifications:
- SoC – Intel Atom x6211E dual-core EIkhart Lake processor @ 1.20 GHz / 3.0 GHz (Turbo), with 16 EU Intel UHD graphics @ 350 MHz / 750 MHz, 1.5MB cache; 6W TDP
- System Memory – 1x DDR4 3200MHz SO-DIMM up to 32GB RAM
- Storage – 1x SATA III (6Gbps) port
- Video Output – 1x DisplayPort up to 4096 x 2160 @ 60Hz
- 1x Mic-in, 1x Line-out
- Realtek ALC888S-VD, 7.1 Channel HD audio codec
- 2x Gigabit Ethernet port via Realtek RTL8119I Ethernet Controllers
- Optional WiFi/Bluetooth or 4G LTE via M.2 socket and external SIM Card socket
- USB – 2x USB 3.0 ports
- Serial – 1x RS-232/422/485 COM port, 1x RS-232 COM port; headers on motherboard, DB9 connectors on mini PC
- 1x M.2 Key B (2280) socket
- 1x M.2 Key E (2230) socket
- Power button
- LEDs for Power, HDD, WLAN, WWAN
- Watchdog timer
- HW monitor for temperature, voltages to automatically throttle the CPU when it overheats.
- Power Supply – 12V DC-in via 2-pin terminal block
- Pico-ITX motherboard – 100×72 mm
- Embedded mini PC – 126 x 78.5 x 43.5mm
- Temperature Range – Operating: -40°C to 70°C; storage: -40°C to 85°C
- Humidity – 5% to 95% Humidity, non-condensing
- Shock (mini PC only)
- IEC 60068-2-27
- SSD：50G @ wallmount, Half-sine, 11ms
- Vibration (mini PC only)
- IEC 60068-2-64
- SSD：5Grms, 5Hz to 500Hz, 3 Axis
- EMC Certifications – CE, FCC, EN50155, EN50121-3-2 (the last two for rolling stock, i.e. railway applications, and only for the mini PC)
More details and be found on the product pages for the motherboard and box PC, as well as the press release which also lists the Atom x642RE based SPC-6000 fanless embedded PC as a new product, but we wrote about it in October 2020, and I don’t see any changes apart from the color of the metal enclosure.
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