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ModBerry Industrial Automation Controllers Leverage Raspberry Pi, FriendlyELEC, and AAEON Boards and Modules

July 19th, 2017 1 comment

TECHBASE’s ModBerry Linux based industrial controllers have been around since 2014 with their first model being ModBerry 500 powered by a Raspberry Pi compute module. Over the years, the company has kept adding new ModBerry controllers with now an interesting choice of Raspberry Pi 3 board or compute module, FriendlyELEC’s NanoPi M1 Plus board, or Intel Atom x5 based AAEON’s UP board.

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All programmable automation controllers (PAC) runs Linux 4.0 or greater, with Debian or Ubuntu Core rootfs including ready tools and pre-compiled packs including C/C++, JAVA, SQL, PHP, SSH, and VPN support. The firmware is upgradeable over the air, and the controllers can run the company’s iMod control software and interface with iModCloud cloud computing service for telemetry, remote control and data sharing. Typical uses include C-L-V functions with conversion to collect and transmit data over communication interfaces, logging via iModCloud or a SCADA, and visualization via a web browser.

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All models share many of the same features, with some models having more I/Os beside the different board, but to get a better idea of the systems, I’ll have a look at ModBerry M700 specifications:

  • SoC – Allwinner H3 quad core Cortex A7 @ 1.2 GHz with an ARM Mali-400MP2 GPU
  • System Memory – 1GB DDR3
  • Storage – 8GB eMMC flash + micro SD card slot
  • Video & Audio Output – HDMI 1.4 and 3.5mm jack for CVBS (composite + stereo audio)
  • Connectivity

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    • Gigabit Ethernet
    • 802.11 b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 LE
    • Optional Zigbee, LTE/3G, GPS, WiFi, and Bluetooth cards
  • USB – 2x USB 2.0 host ports, 1x 4-pin USB 2.0 host header, 1x micro USB port (OTG/power)
  • Expansion I/Os
    • 4x digital inputs, 4x digital outputs up to 30V DC
    • 1x RS-232/RS-485
    • 1x PCIe slot
    • Optional 1-wire
    • Optional ExCard I/O modules for more RS-232/485 ports, Ethernet ports, PCIe slots, analog input and output, digital I/Os, relays, M-Bus interface, and more
  • Misc – RTC with battery, watchdog timer,
  • Power Supply – 7~30V DC up to 20-35W
  • Dimensions – 106 x 91 x 61 mm (ABS casing with DIN railin enclosure)
  • Weight – 300 grams
  • Operating Conditions – Temperature: -30 ~ 80°C; humidity: 5 ~ 95% RH (non-condensing)

The ExCard are DIN rail module that plugs into the ModBerry like LEGO’s, and up to 3 ExCard is supported per ModBerry.

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Applications for such systems include PLC, telemetry module with data logger, serial port server, protocol and interface converter, programmable controller, MODBUS Gateway/Router, SNMP Agent, Web server with PHP and SQL database support, SMS Gateway, LTE/3G/GPRS router and more.

TECHBase has not released pricing for the controllers, but you can find more details, including detailed PDF product briefs and links to purchase the controllers and expansions (you’ll still have to ask for the price), on the products page.

Via LinuxGizmos

Diskio Pi 13.3″ Touch Panel Display Kit is Designed for Raspberry Pi and ODROID Boards (Crowdfunding)

June 27th, 2017 7 comments

If your project requires a touch panel, there are plenty of solutions for Raspberry Pi and ODROID boards, with Hardkernel even selling ODROID-VU8C fully integrated touch panel display. However, most display kits require you to make your own case, and feature smaller displays with lower resolution. One developer has however come up with Diskio Pi, a higher-end touch panel kit with a 13.3″ Full HD display that works with the most popular Raspberry Pi and ODROID boards.

Diskio Pi with Raspberry Pi 3 Running Pixel

Diskio Pi specifications:

  • Display –  13.3″ AUO TFT IPS display with 1920×1080 resolution connected via a 30-pin eDP connector ; 330 cd/m2 brightness; 85° viewing angles in all directions.
  • Touch panel – 10-point capacitive touch; G/G structure; USB 2.0 interface; ≥6H surface hardness.
  • Main board:
    • HDMI to eDP driver
    • Stereo sound amplifier
    • USB 2.0 hub with 3x ports:  2x external + 1x internal
    • Battery balance circuit (3S/3S2P)
    • Expansion – Various headers for prototyping (RJ45, USB…)
    • Misc – Left & right mouse buttons (home button, USB); circuit protection via fuses, diodes…
    • Power Supply – RJ45 POE+ (Power over Ethernet)
  • Rack board:
    • Connections with the board via cables: 4 x USB, 2 x Ethernet, 1 x Power, 1 x HDMI
    • Fan circuit with potentiometer (fan will be optional)
    • Speakers – 2x round 3W speakers
    • Power Supply – 5V 3A from main board
  • Power Supply – 15 or 18V AC/DC adapter with EU, UK or US plug
  • Battery  – Optional 6 cells LiPo 3.7V=11.1V, 8000mAh
  • Dimensions – 348 x 265 x 25 mm (Final dimensions may change slightly)
  • Weight – 1.8 kg (prototype)

Diskio Pi with ODROID-C2 Board

Diskio Pi is currently compatible with Raspberry Pi 2, Raspberry Pi 3, Raspberry Pi Zero (W), ODROID C1+, and ODROID C2, but later, a modified kit will offer support for ODROID XU4 and Intel Atom based UP board. You can run any operating system you’d like since HDMI is used for video output (and converted to eDP), and USB used for the touch panel. You’ll be able to use accessories like the official Raspberry Pi camera, and there’s even space to add extra boards or modules like an Arduino mini or sensors using the IO headers or the internal USB port. The kit could be use as a large (and thick) tablet, an home automation dashboard, a portable Linux computer, etc…

The project has just been launched on Kickstarter with the aim of raising at least 400,000 Euros, which may prove to be a challenge, but we’ll see. The “very early adopter pack” rewards requires a 350 Euros pledge for Diskio Pi with the power adapter, but no battery, nor a Raspberry Pi or ODROID board. The 45 Euros battery pack is optional is reserved “for users who don’t need the POE+ power”. Shipping adds 9 Euros to France, 16 Euros to most of Europe, and 36 Euros to the rest of the world, with delivery scheduled for February 2018. The person behind the project has 10-year experience as… an optician, but he’s been working on the prototype for 18 months, and Advansee will take care of the final embedded electronics design, while CD-Plast will handle the mechanical design, with both companies based in the west of France.

AAEON RICO-3288 Pico-ITX Board is Powered by Rockchip RK3288 Processor

March 21st, 2017 5 comments

When Rockchip RK3288 was launched in 2014 we got a few development boards like Firefly-RK3288, PopMetal, and Radxa Rock 2, and later on MiQi board. ASUS Tinker board made the processor popular again in 2017, and now AAEON, an industrial embedded company of ASUS group, has just unveiled RICO-3288 Pico-ITX Board based on the processor, and targeting OEMs instead of hobbyists & makers.

RICO-3288 board specifications with RICO-3288F & RICO-3288V models adding wireless connectivity & battery options, as well as CAN and an extra RS-232 port for for the latter:

  • SoC – Rockchip RK3288 quad core Cortex A17 processor @ 1.8GHz with ARM Mali-T760 GPU
  • System Memory – 2GB DDR3L RAM
  • Storage – 16GB eMMC flash, micro SD slot up to 64GB
  • Video Output / Display IF
  • Audio – Via HDMI, interfaces for microphone, earphone and speakers (2.5W / 4 Ohm)
  • Connectivity – Gigabit Ethernet; V & F models: WiFi 802.11b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0,Nano-SIM card slot, optional GPS
  • USB – 2x USB 2.0 host ports, 1x micro-USB 2.0 OTG port, 1x USB 2.0 header
  • Serial – RS-232/422/485 port, RS-232 header, V model optional features: 2x RS-232 ports, CAN bus
  • Expansion
    • 8-bit DIO connector (4-in , 4-out)
    • Full-size mini-PCIe slot for 3G/4G card (USB signals only)
  • Misc – Watchdog, RTC with battery
  • Power Supply
    • 12V DC via 2-pin header; [email protected] full load power consumption
    • Optional 7.4V battery for V and F models only
  • Dimensions – 100 x 72mm ( Pico-ITX form factor)
  • Weight – 400 grams
  • Temperature Range – Standard: 0°C ~ 60°C;  WiTAS 1: -20°C ~ 70°C
  • Certifications – CE/FCC

RICO-3288 single board computer comes preloaded with Android 6.0, but there’s no mention of Linux support.

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Pricing and availability information is not available yet, except the board is “coming soon”. You may want to visit Aaeon RICO-3288 product page for more details.

Via LinuxGizmos

UP Core is a Low Cost & Compact Intel Maker Board Powered by an Atom x5-Z8350 SoC (Crowdfunding)

March 18th, 2017 19 comments

The UP community has already launched Intel Cherry Trail and Apollo Lake boards in the past with UP Board and UP2 (squared) boards, and they are now about to launch a cheaper and smaller board called UP Core powered by Intel Atom x5-Z8350 processor with to 1 to 4GB memory, up to 64GB eMMC flash, HDMI, USB 3.0, … and I/O expansion connectors.

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UP Core specifications:

  • SoC – Intel Atom x5-Z8350 “Cherry Trail” quad core processor @ 1.44 GHz / 1.92 GHz (Burst frequency) with Intel HD 400 graphics @ 200 / 500 MHz
  • System Memory –  1, 2 or 4 GB DDR3L-1600 (soldered on board)
  • Storage – 16, 32, or 64 GB eMMC flash, SPI flash ROM
  • Video Output / Display – HDMI 1.4 port, full eDP (embedded DisplayPort) connector
  • Audio I/O – Via HDMI, and I2S
  • Connectivity – 802.11 b/g/n WiFi  @ 2.4 GHz, Bluetooth 4.0 LE (AP614A)
  • USB – 1x USB 3.0 host port, 2x USB 2.0 via header
  • Camera I/F – 1x 2-lane MIPI CSI, 1x 4-lane MIPI CSI
  • Expansion
    • 100-pin docking connector with power signals, GPIOs, UART, SPI, I2C, PWM, SDIO, I2S, HDMI SMBUS, PMC signals, 2x USB HSIC, CSI, and PCIe Gen 2
    • 10-pin connector with 2x USB 2.0, 1x UART
  • Misc – Power & reset buttons, RTC battery header, fan connector, BIOS reflash connector
  • Power Supply – 5V/4A via 5.5/2.1mm power barrel
  • Dimensions – 66 x 56.50 mm
  • Temperature Range – Operating: 0 to 60 °C

The board will support Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 10 IoT Core, Linux including Ubilinux, Ubuntu, and the Yocto Project, as well as Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

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If you look at the bottom right connector of the diagram above, we can see an extension HAT for the 100-pin docking port will be offered, as well as an IO board, both of which should be compatible with Raspberry Pi HATs with 40-pin connectors. But so far, I could not find details about the extension HAT, nor the IO board.

The UP core is coming soon to Kickstarter with price starting at 69 Euros with 1GB RAM, 16GB eMMC flash, and WiFi and Bluetooth. Other part of the documentation show a $89 price for the 1GB/16GB board, so maybe it’s the expected retail price out of the crowdfunding campaign. You’ll find a few more information on UP Core page, but we’ll probably have to wait for the Kickstarter campaign to launch to get the full details, especially with regards to add-on boards, and pricing for various options.

Thanks to Freire for the tip.

UP Squared Apollo Lake Development Board Comes with Up to 8GB RAM, 128 GB Storage for 89 Euros and Up (Crowdfunding)

November 1st, 2016 4 comments

AAEON Introduced a Intel Atom X5 based Raspberry Pi-like development board named “UP Board” last year that sold for as low as 89 Euros via a Kickstarter campaign. The company is now back with the first Apollo Lake development board for makers I’ve seen so far, powered by either a dual core Celeron N3350 or a quad core Pentium N4200 processor, featuring an Altera MAX 10 FPGA, and called UP2 (“UP Squared”).

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There are six variants of UP Squared board sharing most of the same technical specifications:

  • SoC
    • Intel Celeron N3350 dual core “Apollo Lake” processor @ 1.1 GHz / 2.4 GHz with 12 EU Intel HD graphics 500 @ 200 MHz / 650 MHz (6W TDP)
    • Intel Pentium N4200 quad core “Apollo Lake” processor @ 1.1 GHz / 2.5 GHz with 18 EU Intel HD graphics 505 @ 200 MHz / 750 MHz (6W TDP)
  • FPGA – Altera Max 10 FPGA
  • System Memory –  2, 4 or 8 GB LPDDR4 SDRAM
  • Storage – 16, 32, 64 or 128 GB eMMC flash, 1x SATA 3 port + SATA power
  • Video Output – 2x HDMI 1.4b; eDP connector; 3 independent displays support
  • Audio I/O – HDMI
  • Connectivity – Dual Gigabit Ethernet ports,
  • USB – 3x USB 3.0 ports, 1x USB 3.0 OTG port, header with 2x USB 2.0 ports
  • Camera – 1x 4-lane MIPI CSI connector
  • Expansion
    • 40-pin GP (general purpose) Raspberry Pi compatible header with GPIOs, I2C, SPI, ADC … signals controlled by the Apollo Lake processor (according to the block diagram below)
    • 60-pin EXHAT connector with GPIO, I2C, UART, USB 3.0… signals controlled by Altera FPGA and the Intel processor based on the block diagram.
    • M.2 2230/E-key slot
    • mini PCIe x1 slot
    • Header with 2x HSUART
  • Debugging – JTAG header for FPGA
  • Misc – Power button, 4x LEDs, RTC header, fan power header, reset and power pin headers
  • Power Supply – 5V DC via power barrel
  • Dimensions – 85.6 x 90 mm
  • Temperature Range – Operating: 0 to 60 C
  • Certifications – FCC, CE, RoHS

up-squared-boardThe six available boards have only differences in terms of processor, RAM, and storage:

  • UP2 Celeron (89 Euros) – 2 GB LPDDR4, 16 GB eMMC flash
  • UP2 Celeron Plus (105 Euros) – 2 GB LPDDR4, 32 GB eMMC flash
  • UP2 Celeron Ultra (125 Euros) – 4 GB LPDDR4, 32 GB eMMC flash
  • UP2 Pentium (169 Euros) – 4 GB LPDDR4, 32 GB eMMC flash
  • UP2 Pentium Plus (199 Euros) – 8 GB LPDDR4, 64 GB eMMC flash
  • UP2 Pentium Ultra (229 Euros) – 8 GB LPDDR4, 128 GB eMMC flash

up2-block-diagramThe board will support Windows 10, Windows IoT Core, Linux (Ubuntu, Ubilinux Debian, Yocto Project), and Android. UP2 board should also leverage UP board eco-system with support for Intel RealSense for robotics project, LoRa connectivity for IoT gateways, EnOceon solutions for home automation, and TPLink for WiFi, and many more.

UP and UP2 Boards Comparison

UP and UP2 Boards Comparison

UP Squared is larger than UP board, but as seen from the table above offers many more features, and more performance for about the same price.

The project has now launched on Kickstarter, where the company has also surpassed their 10,000 Euros funding target, with pledges currently totaling a little over 22,000 Euros. Most rewards starting with UP Squared Celeron at 89 Euros come with the board only, but you may consider pledge for kits that include the power supply, HDMI cable, SATA cable, USB 2.0 pin header cable, and WiFi 802.11ac and BT 4.2 M.2 module (Starter/Innovator Package). Most rewards are expected to ship on April 2017, excepted Innovator packages with Beta boards reaching backers in February 2017. Shipping is not included, but is only 13 to 16 Euros for Europeans, and between 28 and 46 Euros (Brazil) for the rest of the world. More details include the 40-pin header pinout can be found in UP Squared product page.

Via HackerBoards

AAEON BOXER-6404 Bay Trail Embedded Computer Comes with 4 GbE Ports, 2 HDMI Outputs

February 2nd, 2016 4 comments

AAEON has recently launched BOXER-6404 embedded box PC suitable to industrial application, powered by Intel Celeron J1900 “Bay Trail-D” or Celeron N2807 “Bay Trail-M” processor, with up to 8GB RAM, a CFast slot, four Gigabit Ethernet ports, and to HDMI outputs.

Aaeon_BOXER-6404BOXER-6404 mini PC specifications:

  • SoC
  • System Memory – 1x 204-pin DDR3L SODIMM slot for up to 4GB RAM with N2807), and up to 8GB RAM with J1900
  • Storage – CFast Slot
  • Video and Audio Output – 1x or 2x HDMI ports
  • Connectivity –  2x or 4x Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 ports
  • USB – 2x USB 2.0 ports, 1x USB 3.0 port
  • Serial – 1x RS232 DB9 port
  • Expansion – 1x mini card with USB interface only
  • Misc – Power button
  • Power — 12V DC via lockable DC jack; ATX mode (optional for AT by jumper/BIOS settings)
  • Dimensions – 166 x 107 x 30mm
  • Weight – 1.3 kg
  • Temperature Range – -30 to 65°C (N2807) with 0.5 m/s airflow
  • Anti-vibration – 5 Grms/ 5 ~ 500Hz/ operation (CFast)
  • Anti-shock – 50 G peak acceleration (11 msec. duration, CFastTM)
  • MTBF – 152,670 hours

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Four models of the fanless computer are available with combination of 1 or 2 HDMI ports, and 2 or 4 Ethernet ports. An optional VESA/Din-rail kit is also available for mounting it on walls. The device supports Windows 10/8.1/7, Windows Embedded 8/7, and  Fedora Linux.

The embedded computer is available now at an undisclosed price. Documentation such as product brief and user’s manual, as well as drivers and BIOS download can be found on AAEON BOXER-6404 product page.

Aaeon AIOT-X1000 Linux Gateway is Powered by an Intel Quark SoC

June 4th, 2014 No comments

Intel Quark SoC for low power embedded devices has been seen on platforms designed by Intel themselves, such as Intel Galileo board or Edison wearable development kit, but I had not found Quark SoC in actual products until Aaeon announced their AIOT-X1000 gateway for the internet of things running Linux on an Intel Quark X1000 SoC, and working with a Cloud Service by Asus, Aaeon’s parent company. The solution targets manufacturing, transportation, and energy applications.

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Aaeon AIOT-X1000 specifications:

  • Processor – Intel Quark X1000-series SoCs @ up to 400 MHz
  • System Memory – 1GB DDR3 800/1066 SODIMM
  • Storage – IDE port, and micro SD slot
  • Connectivity – 10/100M Ethernet
  • USB 4x USB2.0 ports
  • Serial – 1x RS-232/422/485, 1x RS-422/485
  • Other I/Os — I2C, GPIO, JTAG
  • Mini-PCIe card expansion – 1x full-size and  1x half-size, allowing for WiFi, 2G/3G/LTE cellular, Bluetooth, CAN bus, ZigBee, and RFID add-on boards
  • Power – 5V or 9-24V DC input
  • Dimensions – 146 x 102mm (board only) 3.5″ SBC form-factor
AIOT-X1000 Board (Click to Enlarge)

AIOT-X1000 Board (Click to Enlarge)

The board can run Wind River or Yocto Linux, and McAfee security is apparently part of the software packages too!?. Operating systems and development tools for the platform will be the same as Intel’s Gateway Solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) Development Kit according to Aaeon.

AIOT-X1000 gateway is supposed to collect data from various sensors and be controlled by the cloud, and transfer results back to Asus Cloud Platform where the data will be stored in a database, and analyzed, as shown in the diagram below.

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Communication between the gateway and the cloud occurs via file transfer, IoT messages (whatever that means), server push, and heartbeats. The Cloud platform will provide connectivity management, data storage and processing, data searching and indexing, and various cloud management functions.

Pricing and availability information are not available publicly for either AIOT-X1000 or the 3.5″ board which can be purchased separately. There’s no AIOT-X1000 product page on Aaeon website at the time of writing, but the company is currently at Computex 2014, where demos using AIOT-X1000 are showcased in Aaeon and Intel booths between June 3 to June 7.

Via LinuxGizmos

Aaeon Announces CoMs, 3.5″ & mini ITX Embedded Boards Powered by Intel Bay Trail Processors

May 24th, 2014 1 comment

AAEON has announced the release three embedded boards and modules based on Intel Celeron J1900, N2930, N2807 and Atom E3800 series processors, which are all part of Intel’s low power Bay Trail family. EMB-BT1 is s mini-ITX board powered by Intel Atom 3825 or 3845, Gene-BT05 is a 3.5″ industrial board also based on Atom 3815/3815 or Celeron N2930 processors, and COM-BT is a series of COM Express type 6 computers-on-module.

EMB-BT1 mini-ITX Board

Aaeon_EMB-BT1EMB-BT1 is a fanless board designed for digital signage, POS, Kiosk and networking applications among others, with the following key features:

  • SoC – Intel Atom E3825 with 2 cores @ 1.33 GHz (TDP: 6 W) or Atom E3845 with 4 cores @ 1.91 GHz (TDP: 10W)
  • System Memory – DDR3L-1066 MHz (3825) or DDR3L-1333 MHz (3845)
  • Storage – Up to 2x SATA 6.0Gb/s, 2x SATA 3.0Gb/s
  • Display – 1x VGA, 1x HDMI, 1x LVDS with dual independent display support
  • Connectivity – 2x Gigabit Ethernet (via Realtek 8111G)
  • USB – Up to 1x USB 3.0, 8x USB 2.0
  • Serial – Up to 5x RS-232, 1x RS-232/422/485
  • Expansion
    • 1x Full-size Mini Card with optional mSATA
    • 1x Half-size Mini Card
    • 1x PCI-E〔x1〕
  • Power – 12V DC
  • Dimensions – 17 x 17 cm (mini-ITX form factor)

You can get more information and access the user’s manual, datasheet, BIOS and drivers on Aaeon EMB-BT1 page.

Gene-BT05 Industrial Board (3.5″)

Gene-BT05 3.5″ fanless industrial boards are best suited for building automation, factory automation and medical equipment, and come with the following specs:GENE-BT05_Board

  • SoC
    • Intel Atom E3815 with 1 core @ 1.46 GHz (TDP: 5 W)
    • Intel Atom E3825 with 2 cores @ 1.33 GHz (TDP: 6 W)
    • Intel Atom N2930 with 45 cores @ 1.83 GHz (TDP: 7.5W)
  • System Memory – 1x DDR3L 1066/1333MHz SODIMM, Up to 8 GB
  • Storage – 1x SATA 3.0Gb/s, 1x CFast. Optional mSATA (using Mini Card I/F)
  • Display
    • 1x VGA, 1x HDMI, 1x 18/24-bit dual channel LVDS
    • Onboard 4/5/8-wire Resistive Touch Screen Controller (Optional)
  • Connectivity – 2x Gigabit Ethernet
  • USB – 1x USB3.0, 3x USB2.0
  • I/Os – 4x COM ports (2 x RS-232, 2 x RS-232/422/485), 8-bit Digital I/Os
  • Expansion – 2x Mini Card/PCIe (1x Full-size, 1x Half-size)
  • Power – 12V DC
  • Dimensions – 101.6 x 46 mm (3.5″ form factor)

There’s currently no Gene-BT05 in Aaeon’s list of 3.5″ Sub-compact boards, but you could check out the product brief, and Texim-Europe has the three boards listed for sale (4 to 8 weeks lead time).

Aaeon COM-BT COM Express modules

There’s no complete information about the company’s Bay Trail COM express modules, and albeit they’ve announced Atom and Celeron versions of the CoM in their latest press release,I could only find a product brief with Intel Atom Bay Trail-I processors. Here are the key features listed in that document:Aaeon_COM-BT

  • SoC
    • Intel Atom E3815 with 1 core @ 1.46 GHz (TDP: 5 W)
    • Intel Atom E3827 with 2 cores @ 1.75 GHz (TDP: 8 W)
    • Intel Atom E3845 with 4 cores @ 1.91GHz (TDP: 10W)
  • System Memory – 1x DDR3L 1066/1333MHz SODIMM, Up to 4 GB
  • Storage – 2x SATA II (3.0Gb/s), optional 4GB eMMC
  • Display
    • HDMI, Display Port, eDP and VGA up to 2560 x 1600
    • LCD Interface – Up to 18/24-bit dual-channel LVDS
  • Connectivity – 1x Gigabit Ethernet (Intel I211)
  • USB – 1x USB3.0, 8x USB2.0 including one for USB OTG
  • I/Os – 2x serial ports (Tx/Rx only), up to 8 GPIOs (4 Input, 4 Output)
  • Expansion – 4x PCIe [x1], including one shared with Gigabit LAN
  • Misc – Optional TPM 1.2, watchdog Timer, H/W status Monitoring
  • Power – 12V DC
  • Standard – COM Express compact module, Pin-out Type 6, COM.0 Rev. 2.1
  • Dimensions – 95 x 95 mm

Further details about the three boards should become available during Computex 2014, on June 3-7 in Taipei, Taiwan, as Aaeon will showcase samples of the GENE-BT05, COM-BT and EMB-BT1 board at their booth  (K0315a).