Rugged Pico-ITX MIO-2361 SBC Featuring Onboard LPDDR4 & eMMC

Rugged Pico-ITX MIO-2361 SBC Featuring Onboard LPDDR4 & eMMC

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Advantech, a leading global provider of intelligent IoT systems and embedded platforms, is pleased to announce MIO-2361, the latest Pico-ITX single board computer designed with onboard LPDDR4-2400 & 32G eMMC powered by Intel® Atom™ E3900 series/Pentium® N4200/Celeron® N3350 processors.

The rugged design of the MIO-2361 means typical memory (socket type) assemblies are not used. The MIO-2361 offers deep power down mode, 12V/24V +/- 10% power input, better storage capacity, M.2/mSATA, and -40° to +85°C wide temperature support.

Combined with Intelligent Management Software Integration, MIO-2361 offers various types of selected embedded OS including Windows 10 and Linux Yocto BSP for testing hardware drivers and devices to prevent unauthorized data access. MIO-2361 is also integrated with WISE-PaaS/DeviceOn IoT device management software designed by Advantech to expedite IoT development particularly in factory automation.

Superior Quad-Core Performance with Selected 12V/24V Power Supply

Equipped with Intel® Atom™ E3900 series /Pentium® N4200/Celeron® N3350 processors, MIO-2361 offers 1.7 times the compute power over previous generation processors. When paired with a quad-core processor, MIO-2361’s additional memory and rapid storage capabilities enhance coordinated computing by accelerating operational processes. MIO-2361 also supports 12V/24V power supply for power-exchange processing, reduces power consumption, and facilitates the integration of existing data without sacrificing software compatibility.

Rugged Design with Flexible I/O Expansion for Harsh Environments

MIO-2361 offers wide operating temperature support from -40°C to 85°C for use in harsh environments. Its heatsink is designed as a dynamic heat conduction system which enhances thermal conduction from hot components to the heat spreader. MIO-2361’s heatsink outperforms similar designs by dissipating heat from the CPU more effectivity and reduces temperatures by approximately 11°C ~ 25°C. Furthermore, 2 x RJ45 ports (rear I/O) and HDMI4.1b (right-angle) are also one of MIO-2361’s main features that give the customer more flexible I/O selection. With onboard LPDDR4-2400 designed to decrease its total height, MIO-2361 has the smallest PCB size (100 x 72mm) which easily fits in any ultra-slim embedded chassis to save space. MIO-2361 also features 32G eMMC flash memory that delivers the needed performance for smooth onboard computation with low TDP. MIO-2361 is ideal for electric car recharging stations, outdoor video players, as well as for factory automation equipment.

Bundled with Value-added IoT Device Management Software

Due to the support of Advantech WISE-PaaS/DeviceOn IoT device operation management software the board can easily be integrated, operated and managed within your industrial IoT devices ecosystem. With DeviceOn’s easy-to-use interface you can monitor device health, have real-time control of power on/off, troubleshoot, and perform updates over-the-air (OTA) on-site and remotely. In addition, Advantech’s SUSI unified API enables developers to write applications for controlling hardware without knowing the specifications of specific chipsets and driver architectures. For instance, using the “Power Saving API”, customers could create utilities for CPU power modes to reduce power consumption in extreme environments.

MIO-2361 Product Features and Specifications:

  • Intel® Atom™ E3900 series/ Pentium® N4200
  • Onboard LPDDR4-2400 up to 8GB, eMMC 32GB
  • Dual independent display for 48-bit LVDS+HDMI
  • M.2 E-key, mSATA/mPCIe for expansion
  • Dual GbE, USB3.0, 2 x RS-232/422/485, 12/24V input
  • Supports WISE-PaaS/ DeviceOn , iManager3.0, and Embedded Software APIs: Win 10, Linux (*Yocto development, by customer request)

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