Review Display Systems Ltd (RDS) specialist provider of Industrial and commercial display systems and embedded computing solutions, introduces three new embedded boards from AAEON based on Intel’s latest Baytrail range of CPU platforms.
The boards have been developed in three different industrial formats to cover a range of applications.
For handheld and space conscious applications, where users have configured their own base board, using the compact COM Express Type 6 format CPU module, the COM-BT, is available in single, dual and quad core versions, based on the Intel® Atom™E3815 (single), E3827 (dual) and E3845 (quad) processors.
It will support up to 4GB DDR3L 1066/1333MHz SODIMM, two SATA 3.0Bb/s I/O ports and an option 4GB eMMC port. The board supports two simultaneous display outputs: VGA, DVI, HDMI, DP and eDP. There is also a high-definition audio interface and support for Intel Gigabit Ethernet.
The GENE-BT05 is a 3.5inch, feature rich industrial sub-compact motherboard and features Intel® Celeron N2930/ N2807 processors, with 204 pin SODIMM DDR3L, maximum 8GB of system memory, and twin Gigabit Ethernet. It supports CRT/LCD, HDMI/LCD simultaneous or dual view displays. A four-, five- or eight-wire resistive touch screen is available as an option. Storage options are SATA 3.0Gb/s x1 and CFast™ x1. The two channel HD audio offers line-in, line-out and mic-in. The board operates at +12V and has a range of expansion options.
Finally the largest of the three formats initially released is the EMB-BT1 thin Mini-ITX embedded motherboard is based on Intel® Atom™ E3845/E3825 processors, delivering 1.91GHz and 1.33GHz respectively. The dual display board supports VGA, HDMI and LVDS and has SATA 6.0Gb/s x 2 and SATA 3.0Gb/s x 2 I/O ports. This board is ideal where space is not at such a premium, such as behind a display panel greater than 10.4 inches in size. This format is also the most economical to produce making it a great solution for more cost sensitive applications.
Sample quantities are available now for design engineering teams to evaluate the performance of these powerful new platforms.
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