MX4305UE – mini-ITX Motherboard with Intel® Celeron® 4305UE

MX4305UE – mini-ITX Motherboard with Intel® Celeron® 4305UE

MX4305UE industrial mini-ITX motherboard is equipped with the latest Intel® Celeron® 4305UE processor onboard, codenamed Whiskey Lake, with integrated Intel® UHD Graphics 610 and a 15W TDP. The motherboard has a lifecycle of at least 5-7 years and is designed for power sensitive IoT devices built on 8th Gen Intel® Core i3/i5/i7 U series SoC processors. It is a price-performance balanced long-life mini-ITX ideal for embedded applications such as video and video wall control management system, point-of-sales systems (POS), kiosks, automated vending machines, panel PCs, digital signage, medical and gaming devices.

Intel® Celeron® 4305UE Whiskey Lake Processor mini-ITX Motherboard

  • Intel® Whiskey Lake Celeron 4305UE proessor onboard
  • Intel® UHD Graphics 610
  • Display: supports triple displays simultaneously via 1 x DP1.2 (DP++) @60Hz (4096×2160), 1 x HDMI 2.0 @60Hz (4096×2160), 18/24 bits Dual Channel LVDS
  • Expansion: 1 x PCIe x1, 1 x 2230 M.2 E Key, 1 x 2280 & 2242 M.2 M Key NVMe for Wi-Fi/BT support
  • Ethernet: 2 x RJ-45 (Intel® I211-AT and Intel® I219-LM Gigabit)
  • USB: 4 x USB 3.1 Type A, 2 x USB 3.1, 2 x USB 2.0
  • COM Port: 1 x RS-232/422/485 and 3 x RS-232 Header
  • I2C connector onboard
  • Wide Range DC-in: 12V – 24V DC-in
  • TPM: hardware based TPM 2.0 onboard
  • 6.7″ x 6.7″ (170mm x 170mm)

The MX4305UE is an “OEM product”. OEM products are designed for OEMs with ongoing and consistent order requirements and subject to minimum order quantities. Evaluation units are available without such restrictions. BCM has multiple stocking distributors that may be able to work with OEMs to streamline product deliveries. For general availability of the MX4305UE or interest in a semi-custom or complete turn-key custom design based on the Intel® Whiskey Lake processor platforms, please contact

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