Nine new SBCs: Check out the options available - 29/07/2014
Released 29 July 2014
The BVM Group has announced a suite of three different physical sizes of SBCs based on the next-generation Baytrail Mobile processors: the Celeron J1900, the N2930 and the Atom E3845 low-power system-on-chip (SoC), which integrate the processor core, 7th generation (Gen 7) graphics, memory controller, and I/O interfaces into a single system-on-chip solution. These new SBCs are designed for intelligent systems and applications with low power consumption and high performance requirements. The boards are the ideal platform for kiosk, digital signage, medical equipment, point-of-sale, gaming machines and Industrial control systems. The quad core SOC processors are all 64-bit: the J1900 is a 10 W 2 GHz processor; the N2930 a low power 7.5 W 1.85 GHz CPU and the Atom E3845 is a 10 W 1.91 GHz unit.
The LV-67O is a 170 x 170 mm Mini-ITX board with up to 8 GB of SO-DIMM in two slots. Dual display capable, it supports VGA, DVI, two dual-channel LVDS and DisplayPort video interfaces with integrated HD audio. I/O includes a single RS232/422/485 and five RS232 ports, seven USB2.0 and a USB3.0 port, two Gigabit Ethernet ports and SATAII and CFast CompactFlash mass storage interfaces. One PCIe x16 slot and one PCIe mini card socket enables a mSATA or other expansion.
The 100 x 72 mm Pico-ITX LP-173 has up to 8 GB DDR3L SO-DIMM in a single slot. Also dual display capable, it supports VGA, DVI, two dual-channel LVDS interfaces with integrated HD audio. Two RS232, three USB2.0 and one USB3.0 ports, a Gigabit Ethernet port and a PCIe mini card socket form the I/O capability.
The 3.5 inch LE-37D comes with dual-display VGA, two LVDS channels, DVI and DisplayPort capability with HD audio. It supports up to 8 GB of SO-DIMM in a single slot. The flexible I/O includes a RS232/422/485 and five RS232 ports, SATAII and CFast interfaces, two Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports five USB2.0 and a USB3.0 ports. HD Audio. Expansion capability is enabled with two PCIe mini card and one SIM sockets.
For all three SBCs power is supplied from an external 9V to 24V DC input; in addition, the LV-67O can be powered from a standard ATX PSU.