iBASE’s new IBQ800 low-power CPU modules for industrial environments

Backplane Systems Technology announces the release of iBASE’s new IBQ800 low-power CPU module,
designed for industrial environments, transportation, automation, and power utilities.

A highly integrated
low-power CPU module, the IBQ800 is powered by an Intel Atom x7-E3950 @2.0GHz
or x5-E3930 @1.8GHz processor. The CPU module is also designed to operate at
extended temperatures ranging from -40¡C to +85¡C, making it suitable for use not
only in rugged industrial environments, but also in diverse areas such as automation,
ATM, transportation, power utility, and digital signage.

Built within the
Qseven compact module’s footprint and featuring trim 70 mm x 70 mm dimensions,
the IBQ800 offers impressive performance and supports the necessary components
and bus interfaces required for industrial, mobile, and embedded applications.
It can be equipped with 8GB or 4GB of LPDDR4 memory and up to 32GB eMMC 5.0 SSD
onboard storage.

Key features of the IBQ800
also include an Intel SoC integrated Gen9-LP graphics controller and LVDS or
eDP display interface; and ruggedised MXM connector interfacing with the
carrier board and routing all I/O signals including 1x Gigabit LAN, 3x USB 3.0,
4x USB 2.0, HD audio, 1x COM, and 2x SATA III.

The IBQ800 Qseven
CPU module and the IP416 Qseven carrier board are both currently available.

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