ADL Embedded Solutions showing new single board computers at Embedded World 2019

ADL Embedded Solutions will show its brand new ADLE3900 line of SBCs at Embedded World 2019. The ADLE3900SEC model measures 75 x 75 mm in size, is based on Intel's E3900-series Atom processor, and has Edge-Connect architecture that allows for added I/O expansion. The ADLE3900SEC features DisplayPort, USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports, and two GLAN ports, support for DirectX 12, Open GL 4.1, and can provide 4K resolution at 60 Hz with HD video playback. The thermal junction temperature ranges from -40° C to +110° C and an input voltage from 20 - 30 VDC.

Content Dam Vsd Online Articles 2019 02 Adl Embedded Solutions Adle3900sec

ADL Embedded Solutions will show its brand new ADLE3900 line of SBCs at Embedded World 2019. The ADLE3900SEC model measures 75 x 75 mm in size, is based on Intel's E3900-series Atom processor, and has Edge-Connect architecture that allows for added I/O expansion. The ADLE3900SEC features DisplayPort, USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports, and two GLAN ports, support for DirectX 12, Open GL 4.1, and can provide 4K resolution at 60 Hz with HD video playback. The thermal junction temperature ranges from -40° C to +110° C and input voltage is 20 - 30 VDC.

The ADLE3900HD and ADLE3900HDC family of 3.5-inch SBCs is also based on the Intel E3900-series processor, features up to 3 LAN ports, USB 3.0 support, M.2 storage and PCIe expansion. DirectX 12 and Open GL 4.3 are supported. The SBCs also feature 4K resolution at 60 Hz with HD video playback and dual-display support. Thermal junction temperature ranges from -40° C to +110° C.

ADL Embedded Solutions will show at Hall 1, Booth 1-554.

Pricingbutton

To Learn More:

Contact: ADL Embedded Solutions
Headquarters: San Diego, CA, USA
Product: ADLE3900 series single board computers
Key Features: Intel E3900-series Atom processor, DirectX 12 support, 4K resolution at 60 Hz with HD video playback.

What ADL Embedded Solutions says:
View more information on the ADLE3900SEC, ADLE3900HD, and ADLE3900HDC single board computers.

Related stories:

Designers leverage off-the-shelf components for embedded vision systems

Low-cost peripherals target embedded systems designers

Integration of vision in embedded systems

View More Products

Share your vision-related news by contacting Dennis Scimeca,Associate Editor, Vision Systems Design

To receive news like this in your inbox, click here.

More in Embedded