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PEB-2773 embedded system board uses Intel Atom SoC

The PEB-2773 embedded system board from Portwell is based on the Intel Atom processor E3900 series, formerly codenamed Apollo Lake. It is designed for automatic control, kiosks and digital signage systems.

The Intel Atom processors integrate the Intel Gen 9 3D graphics engine with up to 18 execution units that support 4K codec encoding/decoding. It also supports one dual-channel 24bit LVDS connection, one DisplayPort and HDMI on rear I/O with resolution up to 4096 x 2160.

The 204-pin non-ECC SODIMM is said to provide maximum memory, making it capable of supporting up to 8Gbyte of DDR3L. The device supports a total of six COM ports, six USB 3.0 ports and dual gigabit Ethernet.

Not only does the 146 x 102mm board operate with thermal design power of less than 12W for fan-less applications, but it also supports temperatures ranging from -40 to 85°C and an input ranging from 12 to 24V.

Two 5Gbit/s PCI Express 2.0 lanes can be used for a full size and a half-size Mini-PCIe socket. It also supports one SATA 3.0 interfaces with up to 6Gbit/s. The Intel Ethernet Controller I210-IT provides dual Gigabit Ethernet LAN access via the two RJ45 ports.

According to the company, the enhancement in flash playback, 2D/3D graphics quality, security and power efficiency improves use in applications such as retail, networking, panel PC, industrial automation and digital security surveillance.

Peggy Lee

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