September 20, 2019

Backplane Systems Technology is proud to present iBase’s IBR210 Low-Power Multimedia IoT 3.5” Single Board Computer with NXP ARM® Cortex-A53 i.MX 8M Dual/Quad 1.5GHz Processor.

The IBR210 3.5-inch Single Board Computer features NXP’s dual or quad core Arm Cortex-A53 i.MX 8 processors in 1.3GHz and 1.5GHz CPU frequencies. The i.MX 8 Application Processors are built with Advance Media Processing, allowing IBR210 to deliver 4K HDMI content with HDR and run a Dual-Channel FHD LVDS Display.

The board is used at multiple Signage Displays at Airports, Train and Bus Stations, and Shopping Malls, as well as HMI Passenger Information Applications.

This SBC provides Industry-Leading Multimedia Processing for a wide range of IoT Applications, with flexible memory options and high-speed interfaces. Measuring 102 x 147mm, the SBC features soldered 3GB LPDDR4 system memory on board , 8GB to 64GB eMMC flash memory, and rich I/O connectivity including one GbE RJ45, two USB 3.0, one USB OTG, one HDMI, one serial port and one SD socket. Also supported are two USB 3.0 ports from internal headers, M.2 Key-E and mPCIe expansion, a power input of 12V~24VDC via a DC-in jack and has a -40°C~85°C wide operating temperature range.

iBASE provides Board Support Package (BSP) for Android 9 and Yocto Linux v2.5 operating systems to help customers quickly build their Android and Linux solutions and long lifetime supply with the NXP solution.

Key Features:

  • NXP Cortex™-A53/Cortex™-M4, i.MX 8M Dual/Quad 1.5GHz Processor
  • 4K HDMI, Dual Channel FHD LVDS
  • 3GB LPDDR4, 8/16/32/64GB eMMC and SD Socket
  • Embedded I/O for COM, GPIO, USB3.0, USB-OTG, Audio and Ethernet
  • 2 Key-E (2230) and Mini-PCI-E with SIM Socket for Wireless/4G/LTE Connectivity
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