MSC Technologies delivers industrial Mini-STX mainboard from Fujitsu with Intel Celeron processors "Gemini Lake"

February 14, 2018 ECD Staff
 

MSC Technologies, the technology brand of Avnet Integrated Solutions, expands its range of Fujitsu Industrial Series mainboards with the D3544-S. The mainboard is equipped with low-power processors of the latest Intel Atom Celeron platform “Gemini Lake” with integrated UHD Graphics and can be provided with DDR4 memory up to 16GB. The thermal design power of the CPUs is only 10W. Typical fields of application for this highly reliable mainboard are industrial PCs, medical devices and digital signage systems.

The compact D3544-S mainboard has dimensions of 147 mm x 140 mm and corresponds to the new Mini-STX form factor. This makes it possible to build particularly compact, yet powerful systems. In addition, Mini-STX boards require less power than larger format mainboards. Three processor versions are available, ranging from Intel Celeron J4105 and J4005 to the powerful J5005 with integrated graphics chip from the Intel UHD Graphics 600 series.

The D3544-S industrial mainboard has numerous interfaces such as USB 2.0 and USB 3.1, SATA and 2x Gigabit Ethernet. With a dual DisplayPort, an internal dual channel 24bit LVDS and an embedded DisplayPort, all models offer extensive connectivity options for high-resolution displays. WLAN and Bluetooth modules can be integrated via an M2 interface.

Power is provided by an internal or external 8-24V power supply.

With the Fujitsu Kit Solution, available from MSC, an industry computer optimized for the application can be put together. The D3544-S mainboard is developed and produced by Fujitsu at its factory in Augsburg, Germany.

Visit Avnet Integrated Solutions/ MSC Technologies at embedded world 2018 in Nuremberg, Hall 2, Booth 238.

Learn more about Avnet at www.avnet.com.

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