November 27, 2023

Backplane Systems Technology is pleased to present iBase’s IB961. The IBASE IB961 is a cutting-edge 3.5″ Single Board Computer (SBC), tailored for high-performance and versatile applications. Powered by the 13th Gen Intel® Core™ (Raptor Lake-P) processors, including options like the i7-1370PE, i5-1340PE, i5-1335UE, and i3-1320PE, this SBC stands out in handling memory-intensive tasks. The processors feature a hybrid architecture with up to 6 Performance-cores (P-core) and 8 Efficient-cores (E-core), bringing remarkable efficiency and power to the forefront of computing.

This compact SBC is designed for maximum connectivity. It includes M.2 slots (M-Key, E-Key, B-Key) and USB 3.2 ports, paving the way for high-speed 5G communications and easy integration with various peripherals. Dual Intel LAN support ensures consistent, high-speed network connections, vital for today’s interconnected world.

The IB961 also excels in visual performance, thanks to the integrated graphics of the 13th Gen Intel Core mobile processors. It supports rich visual outputs through dual DisplayPort (1.2), eDP, and LVDS, catering to demanding graphic requirements in modern applications.

Measuring just 102mm x 147mm, the IB961 is uniquely suited for environments where space is at a premium. It’s built to withstand the rigors of industrial environments, making it an ideal choice for applications in industrial automation and edge computing. The blend of compact size, robust design, and comprehensive features positions the IB961 as a top contender in the realm of embedded computing, offering businesses a tool to enhance efficiency and adaptability in various industrial settings.


Key Features:

  • Onboard 13th Gen Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3 mobile processors
  • 1x DDR5 SO-DIMM, Max. 32GB
  • Supports 2x DisplayPort (1.2), LVDS and eDP
  • 2x Intel® PCI-E 2.5G LAN
  • 3x USB 2.0, 3x USB 3.2, 2x COM, 2x SATA III
  • 3x M.2 slots (M-Key + E-key + B-key)
  • Supports 5G, digital I/O (4-in/4-out), fTPM & watchdog timer

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