Whether you’re working with Iot, industrial automation or transportation applications, the new ET876 COM Express Type 10 CPU module has the features and functionality to get the job done.

Available now from Backplane Systems Technology, the iBase ET876 supports Intel’s energy-efficient Atom processor E3900 series, Celeron processor N3350 and Pentium processor N4200.

The multi-core processor technology benefits from the Intel Gen9 graphics engine (featuring DirectX 12, OpenGL 4.3 and OpenCL 2.0) that allows for high-performance computing. Flexible, programmable graphics that look stunning in the unit’s 4K output, as well as simultaneous display combinations of DDI and LVDS or eDP.

The compact ET876 features a form factor of just 84 x 55mm and matches the performance requirements of cost-effective, small footprint embedded systems. Connectivity options on the carrier board can include up to 8x USB 3.0 and 2x SATA III.

All models of the ET876 support Gigabit connectivity, TPM hardware security, up to 32GB of eMMC storage, and 4GB DDR3L with ECC standard. Both Linux and Windows 10 operating systems can be run.

Even remote outdoor deployments are no problem, as the ET876 features an extended temperature range of -40 degrees to 85 degrees C, depending on the processor used.

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