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Axiomtek introduces CEM511 COM module


Date:2017-07-20


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Axiomtek announced the CEM511, a COM Express Type 6 module powered by the 7th generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3 processor (Kabylake-U) for high-performance applications.

The palm-sized CEM511 is packed with a variety of features including industrial wide temperature range support and graphic processing capability. The COM Express Type 6 Compact module supports two DDR4-2133 SO-DIMM sockets with a maximum system memory capacity of up to 32GB. It has a design with an operating temperature range from -40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F) to satisfy different harsh environment demands. The system on module also delivers computing, graphics and media performance through its Intel Gen 9 graphics engine, DirectX 12.0, OCL 2.0, OGL4.3 features and 4K resolution (4096 x 2160 @ 30 Hz) support. Therefore, the CEM511 is designed for graphics-intensive applications over the Industrial IoT, including industrial control system, medical imaging, digital signage, gaming machines, military, and networking.

The intel Core-based CEM511 comes with multiple I/O options including six PCI Express lanes, three SATA-600 interfaces, one Gigabit LAN port with Intel i219LM controller, four USB 3.0 ports, eight USB 2.0 ports, and four digital I/O channels. Also, the LPC bus is available for connection of legacy I/O interfaces. Trusted Platform Module (TPM 1.2) is also supported to provide hardware-based data protection.

With over 25-year experience in design-in services and customized thermal solutions, the Company has been presenting a wide array of embedded systems along with software and modularized accessories to meet different levels of customized services. Axiomtek Technical Portal (ATP), a web-based support service, allows users to download up-to-date technical design guides, mechanical 2D/3D drawings, and software utilities simply through a click on the ATP web page.

Source :automation.com