PICO-EHL4 Pico-ITX SBC features Elkhart Lake CPU for IoT Edge applications

AAEON PICO-EHL4 is a Pico-ITX single board computer based on Intel Atom x6000E, Celeron and Pentium “Elkhart Lake” processors designed for IoT edge applications.

The SBC supports up to 16 GB LPDDR4 RAM via two SO-DIMM sockets as well as eMMC and SATA storage, offers two HDMI 2.0b video outputs, dual Gigabit Ethernet, two USB 3.0 interfaces, as well expansion capabilities via mini PCIe and M.2 sockets.AAEON PICO-EHL4-Pico-ITX SBC Elkhart Lake AAEON PICO-EHL4 specifications:

  • Elkhart Lake SoC
    • Atom x6425RE quad-core @ up to 1.9GHz; 12W TDP
    • Atom x6414RE quad-core @ up to 1.5GHz, 9W TDP
    • Atom x6212RE dual-core @ up to 1.2GHz; 6W TDP
    • Atom x6425E quad-core @ up to 1.8GHz, up to 3GHz; 12W TDP
    • Atom x6413E quad-core @ 1.5GHz, up to 3GHz; 9W TDP
    • Atom x6211E dual-core @ 1.2GHz, up to 3GHz; 6W TDP
    • Pentium J6426 quad-core @ 1.8GHz, up to 3GHz; 10W TDP
    • Pentium N6415 quad-core @ 1.2GHz, up to 3GHz; 6.5W TDP
    • Celeron J6412 quad-core @ 1.8GHz, up to 3GHz; 10W TDP
    • Celeron N6210 dual-core @ 1.2GHz, up to 3GHz; 6.5W TDP
    • Intel Atom x6427FE/x6200FE by customer’s request only
  • System Memory – Up to 16GB LPDDR4x 3200 MHz on-board memory
  • Storage
    • 32GB to 128GB eMMC flash
    • 1x SATA III port
  • Video Output
    • 2x HDMI 2.0b ports up to 4Kx2K 60Hz
    • 18/24-bit single-channel LVDS or eDP
  • Networking – 2x Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 port via Realtek RTL8111H
  • USB – 2x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A ports, 2x USB 2.0 via header
  • Serial Port – 2x RS-232/422/485, 2x CAN bus
  • Expansion
    • 1x M.2 E key 2230 socket with PCIe/USB for WiFi/Bluetooth module
    • 1x full-size mPCIe socket with mSATA by default, or USB 2.0, PCIe  x1 selectable in the BIOS
    • 1x SMBUS/I2C/eSPI header (SMBUS by default, I2C selectable in the BIOS)
    • 4-bit DIO
  • Security – Intel PTT TPM (integrated TPM)
  • Misc – Watchdog timer, AMI UEFI BIOS with Wake-on-LAN
  • Power Supply – +12V AT/ATX (default) via lockable connector or 2-pin Phoenix terminal (Colay PCB design)
  • Power Consumption (Typical)
    • 2.36A @ +12V(balanced), 2.81A @ +12V(Max) for Intel Pentium J6426, with 8GB LPDDR4x
    • 2.56A @ +12V(balanced), 2.81A @ +12V(Max) for Intel Atom x6425E, with 16GB LPDDR4x
  • Dimensions – 100 x 72 mm (Pico-ITX) form factor
  • Weight – 250 grams
  • Temperature Range – Operating: 0˚C ~ 60˚C; storage: -40˚C ~ 80˚C
  • Humidity – 0% ~ 90% relative humidity, non-condensing
  • Certification – CE/FCC Class A

 

Elkhart Lake Pico-ITX Dual GbE Dual HDMIThe PICO-EHL4 board is either cooled with a heat-spreader or an optional heatsink & cooler. and the company offers support for both Windows 10 64-bit or Ubuntu Linux, although the exact Ubuntu version is still to be confirmed.

If the SBC looks familiar, it’s because PICO-EHL4 is the little brother of AAEON PICO-TGU4 Pico-ITX SBC equipped with a more powerful choice of Tiger Lake processors, support for up to 32GB RAM, NVMe storage, 2.5GbE, audio support, and a few other extras, but one less HDMI port and no CAN bus.

I could not find pricing and availability information at this stage, but additional information may be found on the product page including a datasheet, a user manual, the first release of the BIOS, and some Windows 10 64-bit drivers. For reference, the PICO-TGU4 is sold for $615 and up, and the Elkhart Lake-based PICO-EHL4 Pico-ITX SBC should be more cost-effective than the Tiger Lake model.

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