Data Modul presents its own SMARC board – embedded / hardware – electronic network


The Munich electronics specialist Data Modul is expanding its product range. A SMARC 2.1 module from our own development is now included. It is based on the latest Elkart Lake processors.

Data Modul is expanding its SMARC product family in the embedded area and presents with the »EDM-SMX-EL« a compact SMARC-2.1 module. It is designed for the new generation of Intel processors from the Atom x6000E, Pentium and Celeron N and J series. Thanks to the improved graphics performance of the processor, the new module can support three independent displays with a resolution of up to 4Kp60. This makes it ideal for a variety of graphics-intensive IoT applications.

According to the manufacturer, the new credit card-sized module increases the CPU performance by more than 40 percent compared to the previous module and doubles the graphics performance. In addition to the usual controller interfaces such as CAN, the module has a double GbE connection with TSN to ensure real-time device communication. To be added Interfaces such as PCIe Gen3 (8 GT / s) and USB 3.1 Gen2 (10 Gbit / s). Also to be emphasized is the up to 16 GB LPDDR4X main memory with a speed of 4267 MT / s. With the help of the In-Band ECC feature, which can be configured in the BIOS, no additional memory is required; part of the RAM is used for this. According to the manufacturer, the module is aimed at developers who are looking for SoC-based CoMs with low power consumption and should primarily be used in the area of ​​edge computing.

The module is designed for operation in the temperature range from -40 to + 85 ° C. For a quick start, the module is also equipped with the recently introduced SMARC Carrierboard »eDM-CB-SM-IPCS« kombinierbWith.

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