Jetway launches the JF35-ADN1– A 3.5” Intel N97 SBC designed for industrial robotics applications

Jetway, an AAEON-affiliated manufacturer, has released a new single-board computer, the JF35-ADN1, targeted at industrial robotics applications. The JF35-ADN1 is a subcompact, 3.5” board that is powered by the Intel N97 (formerly Alder Lake) processor.

Jetway JF35-ADN1 full

It features several high-speed interfaces and peripherals for its target applications including two 2.5GbE ports, a total of eight USB 2.0 ports (physical ports and internal connectors), two USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports (Type-A and Type-C), and supports up to 32GB of DDR5 RAM via a SO-DIMM socket. It can power up to three displays via two HDMI 2.0b ports and a DisplayPort over USB-C port.

The Jetway JF35-ADN1 SBC is aimed at Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) applications, but it is stated to be versatile enough to accommodate other uses such as machine vision and payment systems solutions. The JF35-ADN1 features the same Intel N97 processor as AAEON’s Up Xtreme 7100 and is intended for the same industrial robotics applications. However, based on the specifications alone, the JF35-ADN1 seems to be targeted at entry-level robotics automation solutions while the UP Xtreme 7100 is built for more advanced, intelligent applications.

Jetway JF35-ADN1 45D

Jetway JF35-ADN1 specifications:

  • CPU – Intel Intel Processor N97 quad-core Alder Lake N-series processor with Intel UHD graphics; 12W TDP
  • Memory – Up to 32GB DDR5 @ 4800MHz via single SO-DIMM socket
  • Storage
    • Onboard 64GB eMMC 5.1 flash (optional)
    • SATA – 1x SATA III, 1x SATA power connector
    • M.2 – 1x M-Key 2280 (PCIe 3.0 x2), supports NVMe SSD
  • Display:
    • 1x LVDS, up to 1920 × 1200 at 60Hz, supports 12V/2A panel (optional eDP)
    • 2x HDMI 2.0b, up to 4096 ×2160 at 60Hz
    • 1x DP 1.4a, up to 4096 ×2304 at 60Hz (from USB Type-C)
  • Audio – 1x external line-out/MIC combo, 1x internal speaker, 1x internal audio header
  • Ethernet – 2x 2.5GbE RJ45 ports via Intel i225-V controllers
  • Wireless expansion
    • 1x M.2 E-Key 2230 socket for CNVi (Wi-Fi 6) module
    • 1x M.2 B-key 3042/3052 socket and Nano-SIM card slot for 4G/5G module
  • USB
    • 1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port with ALT mode support
    • 1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A port
    • 4x USB 2.0 Type-A ports
    • 4x USB2.0 via internal header
  • Serial
    • 1x RS232/422/485 (COM 1 support 5V/12V)
    • 5x RS232
  • Security – TPM 2.0 (optional)
  • Misc – Front panel (HDD LED, PWR LED, Power Button, Reset), 8-bit GPIO, and SMBus
  • Power – 12 ~ 28V via 2-pin header; AT/ATX mode supported
  • Operating Temperature – 0°C ~ 60°C (32°F ~ 140°F)
  • Storage Temperature – -20°C ~ 85°C (-4°F ~ 185°F)
  • Operating Humidity – 10% ~ 90% relative humidity, non-condensing
  • OS Support – Windows 10 (64-bit), Windows 11 (64-bit), Linux
  • Dimensions – 148mm x 102mm (5.8” x 4”) – 3.5-inch single-board computer
  • Weight – TBD

Processor N97 robotics SBC ports diagram

The JF35-ADN1 SBC is currently available and in mass production. More details for the JF35-ADN1 can be found on the product page including supporting documentation and software drivers.

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John Fck This
John Fck This
4 months ago

Trying to dismiss adverts that cover the article is impossible. Reading it is therefore a chore I can do without.

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Jasbir
Jasbir
4 months ago

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Anon
Anon
4 months ago

I read CNX less these days, on mobile the front pages is 90% adverts. All I see on it now is “Jetway launches the J35-ADN1-A A 3.5” N97 Intel SBC” the rest is ads. If the first post is sponsored, it’s all 100% ads!!

Szymon
Szymon
4 months ago

I have experience with jetway mainboards around year 2000 …. Never will touch anything delivered by this company. Unstable bioses without updates, and none od the boards lasted till end od warranty and none was replaced or repaired. Be very, very carefull if You buy Jetway.

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