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IB4-271 Long Life Cycle Intel Elkhart Lake Platform Thin Mini-ITX Motherboard
Giada IB4-271, a slim Mini-ITX motherboard featuring Elkhart Lake Celeron J6412 with a 10W TDP, is aligned with Intel® IOTG's roadmap, ensuring a 7+ years lifespan and notable performance enhancements.
- Elkhart Lake platform delivers up to 1.7x improvement in single-thread and 1.5x improvement in multi-thread performance.
- Three display outputs (DP, HDMI, LVDS) with 4K support via HDMI (4096 x 2160 @60 Hz) and DP (4096 x 2160 @60 Hz) powered by Intel® UHD Graphics.
- Wi-Fi 5/6 support for high-speed data transfer and seamless connectivity to various peripherals.
- Fanless design with a passive thermal cooling system reduces failure rates, ensuring noise-free and dustproof operation for mission-critical applications.
SCM187-4R8EI-184EVK SMARC v2.1 Mini Quad 1.6 GHz SoC
Axiomtek SCM187-4R8EI-184EVK SMARC v2.1 SoM Evaluation Kit Mini Quad 1.6 GHz SoC 4GB RAM 8GB eMMC CANBus
- NXP i.MX 8M Mini Quad A53 Core processor
- Cortex-M4 for real-time control
- Dual CANBus
- Dual-channel 24-bit LVDS
- GbE LAN
- Micro SD Socket
- 12V-24V Wide Voltage
- Yocto 4.0
SCM187 RISC Embedded SMARC v2.1 SoM Quad Core 1.6 GHz SoC, 4GB RAM 8GB eMMC
Axiomtek SCM187 RISC Embedded SMARC v2.1 SoM i.MX 8M Mini Quad Core 1.6 GHz SoC 4GB RAM 8GB eMMC
- SMARC 2.1 (82 x 50 mm)
- NXP i.MX 8M Mini Quad A53 Core processor
- Dual CANbus 2.0B
- Dual-channel 24-bit LVDS
- HDMI up to FHD Resolution (option)
- 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet
- USB 2.0
- Yocto 4.0
KINO-TGL-U Mini-ITX SBC Cele/i3/i5/i7 9 ~ 36V Triple Independent Displays
Thin Mini-ITX SBC supports Intel Tiger Lake-UP3 Processor, 9 ~ 36V DC input, triple independent displays, HDMI, DP, iDPM, SATA 6Gb/s, Dual Intel 2.5GbE, USB 3.2 Gen2, M.2 and RoHS
PCIE-Q470 Full-size PICMG 1.3 10th/11th Gen CPU
Full-size PICMG 1.3 CPU Card i9/i7/i5/i3Pent/Celeron, DDR4, HDMI, Dual 2.5GbE, USB 3.2, SATA 6Gb/s, M.2, IAUDIO and RoHS
HPCIE-Q470 Half-size PICMG 10th/11th Gen CPU
Half-size PICMG 1.3 CPU Card LGA1200 10th/11th Gen Intel Core i9/i7/i5/i3/Pentium/Celeron with Intel Q470/Q470E, DDR4 SO-DIMM, HDMI, Dual Intel 2.5GbE, USB 3.2 Gen 2, SATA 6Gb/s, M.2, IAUDIO, and RoHS
KINO-DH420 Mini-ITX SBC 10th Gen CPU
Mini-ITX SBC LGA1200 Intel 10th Generation Core i9/i7/i5/i3/Pentium/Celeron, DDR4, dual displays, 3x2.5 GbE LAN, M.2, SATA 6Gb/s, HD Audio and RoHS
IMBA-H420 ATX Motherboard Intel 10th/11th Gen i9/i7/i5/i3/Cele/Pent
ATX industrial motherboard supporting 10th /11th Intel Core i9/i7/i5/i3, Celeron, Pentium processors
IMBA-Q471 ATX Motherboard LGA1200 Intel 10th Gen Core/Cele/Pent
ATX industrial motherboard supporting 10th/11th Intel Core i9/i7/i5/i3, Celeron, Pentium processors
SCM186 RISC Embedded SMARC v2.0 SoM i.MX8M Plus Quad 1.6GHz
RISC Embedded SMARC v2.0 SoM with i.MX8M Plus Quad 1.6GHz SoC, 4GB RAM
IMBA-Q470 ATX Motherboard LGA1200 10th Gen Core/Cele/Pent
ATX motherboard LGA1200 Intel 10th Generation Core i9/i7/i5/i3, Celeron and Pentium processor, DDR4, triple independent displays, dual 2.5GbE LAN, M.2, USB 3.2, SATA 6Gb/s, HD Audio and RoHS
CAPA13S 3.5" Embedded SBC with AMD Ryzen
3.5" Embedded SBC with AMD Ryzen Embedded V1807B/V1605B APU, DisplayPort++, 2 HDMI, eDP and 3 GbE LAN
MANO540 Mini-ITX SBC 10th Gen i9/i7/i5/i3
10th Gen Core™ i9/i7/i5/i3 DisplayPort++, HDMI, VGA, eDP, USB 3.2, M.2 and Dual GbE LAN
KIWI310 1.8" SBC Celeron N3350
1.8" SBC with Intel® Celeron® Processor N3350, Micro HDMI, 1 GbE LAN, 2 USB3.0 and 40-pin GPIO
- Intel Celeron processor N3350
- On-board LPDDR4 for up to 4GB of memory
- 1 GbE LAN
- On-board eMMC for up to 64GB
- M.2 Key E
- 40-pin GPIO
- Supports operating systems: Linux, Android, Windows
PICO317 Pico-ITX SBC Atom x5-E3940
Pico-ITX SBC with Intel® Atom® x5-E3940 Processor, HDMI, LVDS, GbE LAN and Audio
MANO522 Mini-ITX SBC 9th/8th Gen i7/i5/i3
Mini-ITX SBC with LGA1151 8th Gen Intel Core i7/i5/i3 Processor, HDMI, VGA, LVDS, USB 3.2 Gen 1, mSATA, M.2 and Dual GbE LAN
- LGA1151 9th/8th gen Intel Core i7/i5/i3 processor
- Intel H310 chipset
- 2 DDR4 SO-DIMM for up to 64GB of memory
- 4 USB 3.2 Gen 1 and 2 USB 2.0
- 6 COM ports
- 2 SATA-600 and 1 mSATA
- PCIe x16 and M.2 Key E
CEB94701 - Development Baseboard
COM Express Type 7 Development Baseboard
CEM700 - Xeon & Pentium D-1500
COM Express Type 7 Basic Module with Intel® Xeon® D-1500 & Pentium® Processor D1500
CEB94018 - Mini application board
COM Express Type 10 Mini Application Board with LVDS, VGA, Dual LAN and Audio
CEM311 - Pentium N4200/Celeron N3350
COM Express Type 10 Mini Module with Intel® Pentium® Processor N4200 & Celeron® Processor N3350
CEM310 - Intel Atom x5 and x7
COM Express Type 10 Mini Module with Intel® Atom® x5 and x7 Processor
CEB94017 - Development Baseboard
COM Express Type 10 Development Baseboard
CEB94022 - Application board with MXM slot
COM Express Type 6 Application Board with MXM Slot
CEM521 - 8th gen i core/celeron
COM Express Type 6 Compact Module with 8th Gen Intel® Core™ & Celeron® Processor
Single Board Computers
Single board computers - or SBCs for short - are compact computing devices that integrate all essential components onto a single circuit board, including CPU, RAM, storage, and I/O ports. They are widely used in embedded systems, education, prototyping, and IoT (Internet of Things) applications due to their cost-effectiveness, small size, and versatility. Single Board Computers are available in various form factors, with the half-size and full-size boards adhering to the PC/104 standard being the most prevalent. These boards also offer the capability of being stacked together, enabling the creation of a multi-board system, though like many of SBC features, this function is entirely optional.
Single board computers have become invaluable for tech enthusiasts, developers, and industries in need of compact computing solutions, as they offer a convenient platform for fast development, making them suitable for projects that require computing power without the complexity of traditional PCs.
Uses of Single Board Computers
Single board computers are commonly deployed in embedded applications where their hardware cannot be expanded, featuring only the necessary input and output capabilities for their designated tasks. They are frequently integrated into rack systems and other standardised frameworks, as they can ensure reliable and swift incorporation into larger systems.
Owing to their durability, straightforward designs, and easy replaceability, single board computers are also often used as basic controllers across various industries. They can serve as controllers for sizable industrial equipment, and the military sometimes used them within specialised tablet computers, drones, and surveillance system control units.
Thanks to their affordability, they are extensively used in classrooms and other forms of education, facilitating programming learning, robotics, and 3D printing.
The versatility of single board computers also makes them ideal for experimentation and innovation, and as such, they have become frequently embraced for home projects, home networking setups, and applications across the Internet of Things.
Features of Single Board Computers
Single Board Computers are useful for a vast range of purposes. Some SBC advantages include:
- SBCs are versatile, allowing use across a wide variety of applications.
- SBCs are affordable.
- They are easy to set up and easy to use, as all of their components are integrated into the board, allowing for a simplified setup and operation.
- SBCs offer powerful processing power.
- Despite this, they consume less energy, making them a cost-effective choice for the energy conscious.
- They come in a compact size, making them ideal for those on the go or looking to save space at home.
- SBCs generally offer greater sturdiness and resilience than most personal computers, making them the durable option.
Factors to Consider While Buying a Single Board Computer Online
- Your intended use: Arguably the most obvious (but nonetheless, most important) aspect you should consider before buying a single board computer is the ability to perform the specific tasks you need it to. This will clearly be a very individualised list of duties, so in order to make the smartest possible purchase, we recommend that you write an actual list of the specific tasks you need a single board computer for. This in turn will inform a list of all the functions that you will need in an SBC, which will help you pinpoint which make and model you need.
- Size & form factor: The size and physical configuration of your SBC should be crucial considerations. If you already have a pre-designed enclosure, it's vital to verify that the board aligns with the enclosure's size requirements, ideally without the need for subsequent modifications. While larger computer boards are generally more suitable for applications such as cyberdecks, NAS systems, and routers, smaller SBCs tend to be more advantageous for embedded projects like keyboards, mice, and handheld video games.
- Performance & memory: When assessing the performance of a single-board computer, don’t forget to consider the capabilities of the processor. Additionally, it's important to assess the available RAM in the SBC. Single-board computers usually provide a range of RAM options, from as little as 512MB to as much as 16GB. For basic productivity tasks, casual web browsing, and playing fewer demanding games, a minimum of 2GB should suffice. However, with 8GB of RAM, you can comfortably run Windows, enjoy seamless gaming experiences, multitask efficiently, and even execute machine learning models on your compact SBC.
Why choose Tekdis?
Tekdis is a leading-edge tech company that offers innovative computing tech and quality customer service. We specialise in industrial computing, display, medical, and RF solutions for system integrators and OEM manufacturers. At Tekdis, we take pride in understanding the requirements of each and every customer, and then providing them with the best possible solutions. We take satisfaction in offering our customers the highest quality of reliable distribution facilities, professional selling procedures, and technical support. We have warehouse facilities in Melbourne and offices in Sydney, as well as the UK, and the USA.
We are continually adding new products to our expanding product line based on emerging technologies and evolving market needs. You can check out our embedded single board computers here, or head over to the Tekdis website to browse our wide range of products. If you cannot find the particular product you’re looking for on our website, please don’t hesitate to let us know via the Tekdis Contact Us page, and one of our friendly staff will be able to help you directly.
Single Board Computers FAQs
What is a Single Board Computer (SBC)?
A Single Board Computer - which is often shortened to SBC - is a complete computer built on a single circuit board. They are often designed to be compact, and they typically contain all the essential components needed for a functional computer, including the storage, input/output ports, the processor (CPU), the memory (RAM), and sometimes additional components such as graphics processing units (GPUs) or wireless networking modules.
What is the difference between a single board computer and a motherboard?
A motherboard is a key component of a traditional desktop or tower computer. It is a large circuit board that provides the platform for connecting various hardware components, including the CPU, RAM, storage devices, graphics cards, and more. In contrast, an SBC is a self-contained computer on a single board, meaning it integrates most of these components directly onto a smaller circuit board.
What is installed inside a single board computer?
Inside a single board computer, you will typically find the CPU (Central Processing Unit) that execute the instructions, a RAM Random Access Memory (RAM) that is used for temporary data storage while the computer is running, built-in storage (sometimes in the form of microSD card slots or eMMC), audio/video outputs, and sometimes some optional components like Wi-Fi/Bluetooth modules, GPUs or additional expansion headers. But it’s important to keep in mind that different brands and models of single board computers are all built differently.
What is the most popular single board computer?
Like anything else when it comes to technology, the answer to this is as subjective as it is divisive. Some of our bestselling single board computers include the NANO-ULT3 EPIC SBC 6th Gen (from IEI Integration Corp) and the SCM187-4R8EI-184EVK SMARC v2.1 Mini Quad (from Axiomtek). But there’s no universal answer as to what the best single board computer is, because what’s best for someone else may not be what’s best for. If you want to find out what the best SBC for you is, get in touch with one of one of our knowledgeable staff members so you can tell them what your specific requirements are, and they can tell you which SBC can best remedy your particular needs.
Is a single board computer the same as a system on chip?
While both SBCs and SoCs are related to embedded computing, they are not the same.
An SBC is a complete computer on a single board, which may use a System on Chip (SoC) as its main processor. The SoC typically integrates the CPU, GPU, memory controller, and other components into a single chip.
A System on Chip (SoC) refers to the integration of multiple components and functions into a single chip. It can be used in various devices, including SBCs, smartphones, and IoT devices. SoCs are not limited to SBCs; they can be found in a wide range of electronics.