COM Express Card Features Core i7-7600U Processor

ARBOR Technology has expanded its line of modules with the introduction of a 7th generation Intel Core processor platform (formerly codenamed ”Kaby Lake-U”), the EmETXe-i90U0, a Type 6 compact module. The single-chip processors feature a low power consumption of just 15W TDP. Built on Intel’s new 14nm process technology, the 7th generation Intel Core processor is designed to provide excellent graphics and performance.

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The new Intel HD Graphics 620 in 7th generation Intel Core processors provide Ultra HD/4K display and additional codec support. Enhanced security and manageability features help to drive down total cost and risk, protecting data and preventing malware threats. The boards allow the connection of up to three independent display interfaces via HDMI 1.4, LVDS and embedded DisplayPort (eDP). When using DisplayPort 1.2, the individual displays can be daisy chained to take advantage of simple wiring. Native USB 3.0 support provides fast data transmission with low power consumption. The two SODIMM sockets can be equipped with up to 32 GB SO-DIMM DDR4 memory.

A total of twelve USB ports are provided, four of them support USB 3.0 SuperSpeed. Eight PCI Express 2.0 lanes, two SATA ports with 6 Gb/s SATA RAID and Gigabit Ethernet support via the Intel i219-LM GbE LAN controller (with AMT 11 support) which enables fast and flexible system extensions, completes the highly flexible design. Extra features included are TPM, up to 32 GB eMMC 5.0, two UART (RX/TX) ports, 8-bit Digital I/O and 5 V – 20 V wide range power input. The EmETXe-i90U0 board can work in temperatures from -40°C to 85°C.

ARBOR Technology | www.arbor-technology.com

COM Express Type 10 Mini Board Boasts Wide Temp Range

Axiomtek has announced its latest COM Express Type 10 Mini Module, the CEM311. The CEM311 is scalable and features Intel Celeron processor N3350 or Intel Pentium processor N4200. Integrated with Intel Gen 9 graphics, and with the support of DX12.0, OCL 2.0 and OGL 4.3, the CEM311 delivers advanced graphics capability, 4K resolutions and high media performance. The rugged system on module supports a wide operating temperature range from -20°C to +70°C to ensure stable operation in harsh environments. Axiomtek image002The CEM311 is well suited for graphics-intensive, industrial IoT applications such as industrial control, medical imaging, digital signage, gaming, military, and networking.

This versatile board supports Windows 10 and Linux operating systems, and offers AXView 2.0 – Axiomtek’s proprietary intelligent remote management software that will make operating the solution/application easier.

Key Features:

  • COM Express Type 10 mini computer-on-module
  • Intel Pentium N4200 and Celeron N3350 processors (codename: Apollo Lake SoC)
  • Onboard 4 GB DDR3L-1600 memory, up to 8 GB
  • Optional eMMC 5.0, up to 64 GB
  • One LPC bus is available for easy connection of legacy I/O interfaces.
  • Up to 4 lanes of PCI Express
  • Two SATA-600 ports
  • Wide voltage range of 4.75 V – 20 V DC-in power input
  • 1 GbE, 2 USB 3.0 and 8 USB 2.0
  • Intelligent remote management software AXView 2.0

Axiomtek | www. axiomtek.com

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