CPU Boards & CPU Cards

CPU Boards & CPU Cards

Contrary to conventional consumer mainboards, our CPU boards are designed for the use in the industrial area. Issues like continuous operation, extended temperature range, vibration resistance and long-term availability are familiar variables for us. Additionally, there are technical characteristics, which are necessary for individual applications. These include e.g. serial interfaces, digital inputs/outputs, IPMI2.0 support, LVDS interfaces etc. Consequently, no board is similar to another; each is distinguished by individual specifications. Approach us and we will give you advice about the compatible board for your intended purpose of application.



State Datasheet Unit Price
tKINO-AL-N2-R11 Announced Login
tKINO-AL-N1-R11 Announced Login
IMBA-Q370-R10 New Login
Mustang-F100-A10-R10 New Login
Mustang-V100-MX8-R10 Announced Login
PM-BT-N28071-R10 New Login
tKINO-BW-N3-R20 New Login
PCIE-Q370-R10 New Login
NANO-AL-N2-R10 New Login
KINO-DH310-R10 New Login

Additional information about CPU Boards & CPU Cards

We distinguish the multitude of our CPU boards between four main groups, which are divided in several subgroups: slot CPU cards, mainboards, embedded boards and Computer-on-Modules. The classic slot CPU cards are only used in the industrial field. Together with the compatible backplanes, the slot CPU cards provide an enormous number of possible combinations. The mainboards are based on the standards ATX and Mini-ITX. These designs are also widespread in the consumer market and are therefore very well-known. We call our embedded boards not only embedded because they are smaller than conventional mainboards, but also due to their application in devices and systems developed by customers. The Computer-on-Modules are based on a modular concept. Here, the CPU and the chipset, which build the core, are on a separate board, which in turn is plugged in a base board. These kind of boards are often helpful, if there is no proper standard board available, or if flexibility is preferred regarding the processor and the chipset.

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