Japan-based INNOTECH has announced the AX-1020 SBC based on Intel Atom x6000E Elkhart Lake processor designed for fanless industrial equipment, medical equipment, surveillance/security, and transportation applications.
The board supports up to 16GB of RAM, SATA & NVMe storage, and is equipped with three display interfaces, two Gigabit Ethernet ports, six USB3.0/2.0 interfaces, one RS-485/422, and four RS-232C serial interfaces.
INNOTECH AX-1020 specifications:
- Choice of Atom x6000E Elkhart Lake SoC
- Intel Atom x6425E quad-core processor @ 2.00 GHz / 3.0 GHz with 32 EU UHD graphics; 12W TDP
- Intel Atom x6413E quad-core processor @ 1.50 GHz / 3.0 GHz with 16 EU UHD graphics; 9W TDP
- Intel Atom x6211E dual-core processor @ 1.30 GHz / 3.0 GHz with 16 EU UHD graphics; 6W TDP
- System Memory – 4GB to 16GB DDR4 SO-DIMM (The company tells customers to contact them first when using 8GB or 16GB RAM)
- Storage – 1x SATA port, 1x M.2 socket for NVMe storage, CFast socket (for cars with CompactFlash dimensions, SATA interface)
- Display – 1x DisplayPort, 1x analog RGB, 1x LVDS
- Audio – Headers for speaker, Line IN/OUT
- Networking – 2x low-profile Gigabit Ethernet ports
- USB – 2x USB 3.0 Type-A ports, 4x USB 2.0 interfaces via header
- Serial – 4x RS-232C, 1x RS-422/485, 1x CAN Bus via headers
- Expansion – 16x GPIOs
- Power Supply – 12V DC (supports 9.0 to 37V input range)
- Dimensions – 125 x 140 mm
- Temperature Range – -20 to 60°C (range depends on model and usage conditions)
The company highlighted the fact that the Atom x6000E SBC is smaller than standard Mini-ITX boards (170x170mm), and published some Passmark CPU and GPU benchmark charts comparing Atom x6425E performance to the earlier Atom E3850 Apollo Lake and Atom E3845 Bay Trail processors used in some other of their boards.
INNOTECH AX-1020 supports Windows and Linux, as well as real-time operating systems such as VxWorks, and the company will provide long-term supply and maintenance for the board. Mass production of the boards will start in May 2022. More details may be found on the product page.
Via Excite Japan.
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