IBASE is launching the low-power IBQ800 Qseven CPU module that has been designed for maximum cost-effectiveness, system reliability and flexibility, but without compromising on performance.
Built on the Qseven compact module footprint, a low-power, flexible form-factor that is beneficial for future component upgrading, the IBQ800 is powered by Intel's extended-temperature, efficient and low-powered Atom X7 2.0Ghz or X5 1.8Ghz processor. It supports a number of I/O interfaces and is designed to connect with robots and tablets for control and management purposes.
In addition to the processors' support for extended operating temperature ranges, all key components of the board have extended temperate support (-40C to +85degC) for reliable use in harsh factory environments.
The IBASE IBQ800 can be equipped with 8GB or 4GB of LPDDR4 memory, up to 32GB eMMC 5.0 SSD storage on board, and is able to support graphics-intensive applications with an Intel integrated Gen9-LP graphics controller on-board; it also comes with LVDS or eDP display interface.
Follow the link for more information about the new IBQ800 Qseven CPU module from IBASE.
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