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Axiomtek’s PICO313 – High Expandable Pico-ITX SBC with Ultra Slim I/O Design

Published: Jun 01,2017

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Axiomtek is announcing the release of the PICO313, a palm-sized fanless pico-ITX motherboard featuring the low-power consumption Intel Pentium processor N4200 or Celeron processor N3350 (codename: Apollo Lake SoC), aim at the entry-level market.

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he tiny 2.5” pico-ITX embedded board runs fanless, supporting +12VDC power input, slim I/O and extended temperature range. It has one 204-pin DDR3L-1867 SO-DIMM socket supporting system memory up to 8 GB. One full-size PCI Express Mini Card slot with support of mSATA and one half-size PCI Express Mini Card slot are available on the rear side of the board.

Additionally, a pair of expansion connectors provides signals for one PCIe lane, one LPC, one DDI, four USB 3.0 ports, one SMBus, and one HD audio to meet different communications needs. The 2.5-inch embedded SBC PICO313 is a great choice for a variety of applications in the IIoT-driven world.

“The 100 x 72 mm PICO313 was designed for special needs of fanless operation under a temperature from -20°C to +70°C (-4°F to +158°F) for space-constrained embedded applications and in the harsh environment,” said Ken Lin, a product manager of Product PM Division at Axiomtek. “The lower power 2.5” embedded board is to be shipped with an AX93A07 I/O board for flexible I/O choices with less cabling and complexity. The quad-core embedded platform (model name has been optimized to meet the application requirements of system integrators.”

The Intel Apollo lake-based pico-ITX single board computer comes with advanced connectivity including one USB 2.0 port, one Gigabit Ethernet (built-in Intel Ethernet controller i211AT), one SATA-600 interface, 4-channel digital in/out and one LVDS. To ensure reliable operation, it offers watchdog timer, hardware monitoring, and TPM 1.2 support. The PICO313 supports “AXView” remote management software, facilitating communicates over its I2C interface and functions including battery status monitoring.

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