Ultra-flat and high-resolution CPU board

January 11, 2018 ECD Staff
 

Ultra-flat design and high-resolution graphics combined with the latest Atom processor generation - these are the highlights of the new Apollo Lake 3.5 CPU Board WAFER-AL from ICP Deutschland.

The low height of the front I / O and the flat heat sink allow its usage in automatic machine or widescreen displays at airports and train stations where confined space is the limiting factor. For digital signage applications such as these, it is advantageous that three displays can be controlled independently via a DP ++ in an impressive 4K UHD resolution, an LVDS and a VGA interface. Thanks to an operating temperature of -20 ° C ~ + 60 ° C, the board withstands even extreme environmental conditions. The power core of the WAFER-AL is an Apollo Lake Pentium® N4200 or Celeron® N3350 on-board SoC that can be operated with maximum 8GB DDR3L memory.

Numerous USB, RS-232 or RS-232/422/485 and SATA 6Gb/s interfaces provide also flexibility in using suitable peripherals. There is also a full / half-size mini PCIe slot with on-board SIM holder, which can be used in conjunction with an additional 3G / 4G module. With the second PCIe Mini slot, the WAFER-AL can be extended by a mSATA memory. Upon customer request, ICP supplies the WAFER-AL as a pre-configured Ready-to-Use system with adapted BIOS, operating system and industrial memory modules.

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