Data Modul: COM Express basic module with 14nm Intel Xeon processors and Iris Pro graphic

DATA MODUL's new embedded team began with the first building block specifically manufactured for the highest performance demands: the COM Express basic module with a type 6 pinout. This module is available with optional Intel Core or 5th generation Xeon processors. Cost-effective Intel Core 4th generation CPU and Celeron CPU variants will also be made available. The eDM-COMB-BW6 provides the highest computing power in the most compact spaces and thanks to the integrated Intel Iris Pro technology currently Intel's most powerful processor graphic.

This high end module can be used across all sectors demanding high performance applications and, at the same time, low power consumption. From medical technology to gaming all the way to industrial automation, even industrial-suited server platform demands are met especially thanks to the Xeon processors.

The upper level of the eDM-COMB-BW6 is fitted with the latest 14nm Quad-Core Intel Core and Xeon processors and has a 6MB L2 cache with a TDP of 37-47 watts. The middle level is equipped with a 22nm dual core Intel Core i5 and Intel Core i3 with a 3MB L2 cache and a TDP of 25-37 watts. The lower level also has a 22nm dual core Intel Celeron 2002E variant with a 2MB L2 cache and a TDP of 25 watts.

Depending on the processor used, the integrated graphics offers the latest Intel HD GT1 to GT3e graphics generation with a 128MB "on package" cache memory. This Intel Iris Pro graphic makes it possible to enhance performance up to 125% in comparison with the GT2 graphic engine.

Compatible with providing fluid HD video reproduction are DirectX 11.2, OpenGL 4.3, OpenCL 2.0, as well as hardware MPEG-2 decoding, WMV9 (VC-1), H.264 (AVC) and Blu-ray with 40 MBit/s. Up to three independent displays with a 4k@60Hz resolution can be controlled at the same time, even when the display content is different. Available display interfaces include 3 x DP++/HDMI/DVI. Also 1x VGA and 1x dual channel 24bit LVDS. Optional an eDP (embedded display port) instead of an LVDS can be mounted. This provides a solid "Plug&Play" application for the new high definition 4k TFTs with an eDP port without re-designing the client’s baseboard.

The standard defined interfaces are brought out as follows: 4x USB 3.0 (XHCI), 8 x USB 2.0 (EHCI), 2 x UART (COM1/2), seven PCIe generation 2.0 lanes, configurable as 1x8/2x8/1x4/2x4, 1x PEG x16 generation 3.0 (8GT/s), 4x SATA (6Gb/s), RAID 0,1,5,10 supported by Rapid Storage technology and Smart Response technology, LPC bus, GPIOs, SMB 2.0, I²C bus and SPI bus for on-board and external flash components. This module is fit with an Intel HD audio controller and network integration is equipped with the Intel® I218-LM GbE LAN controller with AMT 10 support.

Apart from the defined interfaces of COM Express type 6 standards, various additional functions and custom I/Os can be realized using the Data Modul board controller. Multi stage watchdog, additional UARTs and GPIOs, I²C bus, RTM, production and board information, power sequencer & monitor, runtime logger and even the CAN controller, which is commonly used in many industrial systems.

You can choose from a TPM 1.2 chip or a TPM 2.0 chip to ensure security.

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