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Avalue Is Bringing the New Embedded Single Board Computers

By Joanne Lin
Published: Apr 15,2022

TAIPEI, TAIWAN–Avalue Technology is bringing the new embedded single board computers, ECM-EHL, with Intel® Pentium®/Celeron®/Atom™ SoC BGA Processor (Elkhart Lake Platform 4.5~12W), CPU bottom mounted, being the successor of Intel Apollo lake platform which adopt 10nm manufacturing process, target entry-level application market. With improved performance, I/O capability, and security features, ECM-EHL is the SBC for industrial automation, retail, smart city, IoT solutions, etc.

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3.5” SBC ECM-EHL features flexible I/O supports 2 x USB 3.1 Gen.2, 4 x USB 2.0, 1 x RS-232/422/485, 3 x RS232 with a wide DC power input range 9~36V. It supports triple display: DP, HDMI, eDP for industry applications. This SBC design with two M.2 expansion slot option: M.2 E-Key Wi-Fi/Bluetooth module connection and M.2 B-Key SATA/PCIe/USB supports storage to enable expansion. Also, ECM-EHL offers dual Intel® Gigabit Ethernet: 2.5GbE & 1GbE, the 2.5 Gbps Ethernet enables high-speed connection for network devices. In addition to standard working temperature 0°C~ +60°C, ECM-EHL has extended temperature skus tolerance -40°C~ +85°C (with 0.5 m/s air flow), which is suitable for industrial and outdoor application under harsh operating conditions.

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