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Axiomtek Introduces CEM840 COM Express Module

December 052014
Axiomtek Introduces CEM840 COM Express Module

December 5, 2014 - Axiomtek announces CEM840 COM Express Type 10 mini module powered by Intel Atom E3800 processors (codename: Bay Trail). Measuring only 84 x 55 mm, the CEM840 comes with onboard 4 GB DDR3L memory, quad core, wide voltage, and up to three times more graphical power, and is designed for the extended temperature range from -40°C to +85°C. The mini-sized industrial-grade COM Express module can be widely applied to portable device, IoT (Internet of Things), automation, transportation, military, security, medical, retail and many more.

The rock-solid, low-power and flexible x86 feature set in combination with the small footprint make the new CEM840 a perfect fit for an extremely wide range of ruggedized, graphic-rich applications. Users will benefit from double the performance, significantly improved performance-per-watt ratios, high quality, and the long-term availability which the rugged new x86 module provide. The energy-saving Computer-on-Modules is designed for serial signaling protocols, including one LPC, four PCIe x1, two SATA-300, one Gigabit Ethernet supporting Wake-on-LAN, eight USB 2.0, one USB 3.0, HD audio, 4-in /out Digital I/O, one LVDS (18/ 24-bit single channel), and one DDI port supporting HDMI/DVI/DisplayPort. To ensure reliability and stability, hardware monitoring and Watchdog Timer are supported. For evaluation and development purposes, the CEB94008 carrier board is also available upon request.

Advanced Features

  • COM Express mini Computer-on-Module with Type 10 pin-out (55 mm x 84 mm)
  • Onboard Intel Atom processor E3845 quad core, E3827 dual core or E3815 single core (Bay Trail)
  • Max. up to 4 GB DDR3L on-board memory
  • Max. up to 4 lanes of PCIe
  • Supports 2 SATA-300
  • Supports 8 USB 2.0 and 1 USB 3.0
  • Industrial-grade wide operating temperature range from -40°C to +85°C

“The rugged, pocket sized CEM840 with significant Intel Bay Trail CPU and graphics performance improvements offers flexibility and extensibility for reducing time-to-market. It also supports four lanes of PCIe and rich I/O interfaces for customer specific expansions. With extreme low power consumption and the capability of 4.75V~20V wide range voltage power input, the Computer-on-Modules CEM840 is designed for users looking for a semi-custom and application-specific solution for harsh environments,” said Yifei Wang, product manager of Product Planning Division at Axiomtek. “The outstanding 7th generation Intel HD graphics engine promotes the single-chip module to deliver faster conversion of video for portable media players, online sharing, and video editing and authoring.”

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