AAEON Brings Intel Atom x7000E Series to the 4″ EPIC Board Range With EPIC-ADN9 Release

AAEON Brings Intel Atom x7000E Series to the 4″ EPIC Board Range With EPIC-ADN9 Release


Supporting quadruple 2.5GbE LAN, three simultaneous displays, and efficient Intel® processors, the EPIC-ADN9 brings offers greater flexibility than ever before.

AAEON, a global leader in embedded computing, has introduced the EPIC-ADN9, featuring the newest iteration of Intel® technology on its 4.53″ x 6.50″ (115mm x 165mm) EPIC series of single-board computers.

Offering a range of embedded CPUs, including the Intel® Core™ i3-N305, Intel Atom® x7425E, Intel® Processor N50, and Intel® Processor N97, the EPIC-ADN9 strikes a balance between efficiency and performance. This selection of processors also provides support for Intel® UHD Graphics, enhancing the improved display interface configuration integrated by AAEON into the board. This configuration includes HDMI 1.4, DP 1.2, VGA, and 24/48-bit Dual-Channel LVDS.

Complementing the EPIC-ADN9’s display capabilities are up to four RJ-45 ports for Intel® I226-V Ethernet running at 2.5GbE, depending on the model. AAEON designed the board to be passively cooled, while also incorporating multiple options for image acquisition and high-resolution display. This design approach aligns with AAEON’s focus on applications such as entry-level gateway devices and digital signage.

Similar to previous generations of the EPIC board, the EPIC-ADN9 contains a wide 9V ~ 24V power input range, rendering it suitable for industrial deployment. Notably, the board hosts two physical serial ports for RS-232/422/485, in addition to four internal pin headers that support RS-232.

Coupled with its 16-bit GPIO and flexible storage options such as SATA III, full-size mPCIe, mSATA, and M.2 2242 B-Key slots, the EPIC-ADN9 demonstrates considerable potential in the realms of smart manufacturing and industrial automation, while retaining power-efficient operation.

The EPIC-ADN9 is now in mass production, with pricing and detailed information available through AAEON’s contact form.

For more information about the EPIC-ADN9, please visit its product page.

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