April 5, 2024

Backplane Systems Technology is pleased to present iBase’s ET981. The ET981 COM Express Type 6 (3.0) CPU module marks a significant advancement in the field of embedded computing. Powered by the 13th Gen Intel® Core™ processors, it is meticulously engineered to meet the demanding requirements of industrial, medical, transportation, and edge computing applications. With a choice of processors from the i7-1370PE to the i3-1320PE, the ET981 combines high performance with remarkable efficiency, setting a new standard in the sector.

Designed to withstand extreme conditions, the ET981LV-I7PRE model is particularly noteworthy for its capability to operate in temperatures ranging from -40°C to 85°C, making it an ideal choice for applications in harsh environments. Its extensive connectivity options, including 1x 2.5 GbE, 4x USB 3.2, and 2x SATA III, along with multiple display outputs like HDMI and DisplayPort, ensure versatile and robust integration possibilities for a wide range of systems.

Security and reliability are paramount, with features such as TPM (2.0) and a Watchdog timer. The module’s support for up to three independent displays allows for the creation of immersive and dynamic visual environments, enhancing user engagement and operational efficiency. With PCI-E expansion and optional carrier boards, the ET981 offers unparalleled flexibility, enabling users to tailor their computing solutions to fit specific needs and applications, thereby driving innovation and productivity in embedded computing.


Key Features:

  • Onboard 13th Gen Intel® P-series Core™ i7/i5/i3 processors
  • 2x DDR4-3200 SO-DIMM sockets, Max. 64GB
  • 1x 2.5 GbE
  • 4x USB 3.2, 8x USB 2.0, 2x SATA III, 2x COM
  • Supports 3x independent displays from HDMI / DP / VGA / LVDS or eDP
  • Digital I/O, TPM (2.0), Watchdog timer
  • 1x PCI-E(x16), 1x PCI-E(x4), 4x PCI-E(x1) signals to carrier board
  • Supports wide-range operating temperature from -40°C to 85°C (Only ET981LV-I7PRE)

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