WIN Enterprises recently launched the compact MB-73450 COM Express module with Type 6 pinouts. The module supports a variety of dual- and quad-core SoC processors, including Intel Celeron and Pentium N3000 product families (4–10 W). In addition the unit supports the cost-efficient Intel Atom quad-core x5-E8000. Turbo-boost frequencies range from 2 up to 2.56 GHz across the various processor options for MB-73450.
Notable features and characteristics:
- Supports Intel Celeron N3x processor family
- Up to 8-GB non-ECC dual-channel DDR3L
- Two DDI channels, one LVDS, up to three independent displays
- GbE, 2× SATA 6 Gbps, 4× USB 3.0 and 8× USB 2.0
- Five PCIe ×1 (Gen2)
- Supports TPM 1.2/2.0
- Wide-range voltage input 8.5 to 20 V
- Wide range operating temperature: –40°C to 85°C (optional)
- A maximum of up to 8-GB DDR3L memory.
The MB-73450 processor options featured robust turbo burst frequencies for IoT applications where processors must serve functions incremental to their primary application function, such as encryption/deencryption and virus protection. MB-73450 supports Trusted Platform Module (TPM) for more secure communications.
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