Raspberry Pi CM4 powers “Industrial Pi” panel PC and 10.1-inch “All-In-One Pi” system
Today, we will be covering two new products that were announced recently by Chipsee, and are powered by the Raspberry Pi compute module 4: a 7-inch “Industrial Pi” panel PC and a 10.1-inch “All-In-One Pi” system.
Industrial Pi CM3-101-EM
This new 7-inch panel PC seems to be the first panel PC to be powered by the Raspberry Pi compute module 4 and it is offered in two different versions: the Industrial Pi CM4-70-EM which currently sells for $199, and the Industrial Pi CM4-70-PA which sells for $219. Both versions come with a touchscreen, and a mainboard, the major difference between them is that the CM4-70-PA has a panel-PC housing while the CM4-70-EM doesn’t.
The 190 mm × 107.8 mm × 27.7mm Industrial Pi also features a compute module 4 with 2GB LPDDR4 and 16GB eMMC, dual microSD card slots, 7-inch 1024 x 600 IPS, camera connector that is compatible with the RPi cameras, buzzer, boot switch, LED, RTC with coin-cell battery holder, optional VESA mount and operating temperature range of 0 ~ 50℃. The panel PC can be powered by a 6-36V DC input via a terminal plug and consumes 5W, with 420 mA max current @ 12V.
The two models also offer an optional mini-PCIe slot with 4G/LTE module and an external antenna for $64. There are also WiFi/BT and CM4 Lite models, but you may have to place an order for them if you are interested. Software support for the Industrial Pi is Ubuntu and Debian.
The All-in-One Pi desktop which was also announced recently is equipped with a 1.5GHz quad -A72 RPi CM4 with 2GB RAM, 16 eMMC, WiFi/Bluetooth, a 10.1-inch 1280 x 800 capacitive touchscreen with 10-point touch, GbE, microSD card slot, RTC, micro-USB OTG, 2x USB 2.0 host ports, 3.5mm audio jack and 2W speaker joined by a microphone, front-mounted camera, optional 4G/LTE and ZigBee modules and optional metal stand and VESA desktop stand.
The 250.54 × 178.54 × 26.9mm AiO system also provides a 9-36V DC input jack, consumes 6W, and has an operating temperature range of 0 ~ 50℃. Software support appears to be Ubuntu and Debian too.
The All-In-One Pi system on the other hand currently sells for $239, with an additional $50 for shipping to the United States, or you could just wait for about one to two months to purchase from Mouser.
Further details on the AiO Pi may also be found here, on the company’s page.