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Atom E3800-Based SBC Suits Odd Shaped Configurations

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ADL Embedded Solutions has announced the rugged, compact (75mm x 75mm) ADLE3800SEC SBC for embedded applications including unmanned drone/robotics, security, industrial and healthcare. The designed is based on the E3800 series Intel Atom SoC and the edge-connect architecture enables connection of odd shaped configurations (flat, vertical, odd-shapes) in the SWaP environment. For memory, its quad-core processor supports up to 2 Mbytes of onboard cache, 4 Gbytes of soldered DRAM (DDR3-1333 MHz), one M.2 Storage Socket (Key B, 2242) and one SATA 2.0 (6 Gbytes/s).

With input voltage from 20-30 VDC, its thermal junction temperature (Tj) can operate from -40 to +85 degrees C. I/O includes DisplayPort, USB2.0, USB3.0, two GLAN ports with support for DirectX 11, Open GL 4.0, and full HD video playback. User can select either the HDMI (1920x1200) or Display Port (2560x1600) for graphic interface. The device is compatible with Windows 7, 8, 10 and Linux. With expansion card, two additional PCIe devices can be added. As an option, the device can further add low-Profile Heat Spreader and Conformal Coating of CPU board and Underfill of BGA components.

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San Diego, CA
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