The 3.5" PD11KS board from ICP Germany offers system integrators a choice of eight Intel Skylake and Kaby Lake processors. Two Intel® CeleronTM as low-cost entry-level models, two Core i3 and two Core i5 for the mid-range range and two high-end models with Core i7. A maximum of 32GB DDR4 memory can be installed in the two SO-DIMM sockets. The integrated Intel HD graphics provide a resolution of up to 4K (4096x2160) on the HDMI, the display port and the optionally available embedded display port as well as Full HD (1920x1200) on the LVDS port. Two Gigabit Ethernet ports, one SATA 6GB/s, four USB3.0, two USB 2.0 and three serial RS232 interfaces and one RS232/422/485 interface are available for communication with external devices. The board also features a MiAPI connector with ten programmable digital GPIOs and audio connections. For expansion the PD11KS is equipped with a Mini-PCI Express as well as a M.2 2230 slot. The 3.5" board is designed for a temperature range from 0 °C to 60 °C and a voltage range from 8 to 24 VDC. Upon customer request, ICP Deutschland can supply the board pre-assembled with the appropriate operating system and industrial memory as a ready-to-use system.
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