Fanless low power embedded box PC based on Intel Baytrail SoC - 24/06/2014
The BVM Group has introduced the ASRock iBOX-210, a self-contained small form factor (200 x 135 x 39mm) embedded PC that features very low power consumption, fanless operation and high performance. The iBOX-210 is available with either the E3826, J1900 or N2930 22nm Intel Atom Baytrail System on Chip dual and quad core processors with up to 4GB of DDR3 1333MHz in a single slot. The device supports Linux and Windows 7 and 8 OS. The highly integrated Baytrail SoC provides a powerful computing engine for applications where high resolution display or image capture is required. It supports VGA or HDMI displays up to 1900 x 1220 @ 60 Hz. The graphics and media engine is based on the Intel Gen7 HD graphic processor, which supports graphics burst, Open GL ES 3.3 and hardware video codec acceleration of multiple media formats. The rugged construction of the aluminium body gives good protection when the unit is embedded in applications such as mobile computing where shock and vibration are likely to be present. The body also acts as an efficient heatsink when the system is used in less mechanically demanding Point of Sale, kiosk, and automation applications.
HDD or SSD mass storage can be added in the single 2.5” drive bay. Dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, two USB3.0 and two USB2.0 ports and two serial ports are provided. Two mini PCIe expansion slot enable additional functionality such as WiFi to be implemented; alternatively, one of the slots can be specified as an mSATA interface providing an alternative storage device. Power is supplied from an external 9 – 36 VDC supply.
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