CMB-37D-G - Small Form Factor Fanless Embedded system with choice of Intel Celeron J1900, Intel Celeron N2930 or Intel Atom 3845 Mobile Processor (SoC)

CMB-37D-G – Small Form Factor Fanless Embedded system with choice of Intel Celeron J1900, Intel Celeron N2930 or Intel Atom 3845 Mobile Processor (SoC)

The CMB-37D-G -Small Form Factor Fanless Embedded system is based on the Intel Celeron J1900, N2930 or Intel Atom E3845 SOC series processors. It comes with VGA and DVI via Display port to support dual-display mode (depending on ordering option chosen). It also supports one DDR3L SO-DIMM up to 8GB. The flexible I/O includes 1 x RS232/422/485, SATAII, CFast interface, two Intel Gigabit LAN, 2 x USB2.0 , 3 x USB3.0 ports, HD Audio, two PCIE mini card sockets and one SIM socket. Additionally, the CMB-37D-G supports an operating voltage from 6V to 27V DC input. Product Drivers

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CMB-37D-G – Small Form Factor Fanless Embedded system with choice of Intel Celeron J1900, Intel Celeron N2930 or Intel Atom 3845 Mobile Processor (SoC)

The CMB-37D-G -Small Form Factor Fanless Embedded system is based on the Intel Celeron J1900, N2930 or Intel Atom E3845 SOC series processors. It comes with VGA and DVI via Display port to support dual-display mode (depending on ordering option chosen). It also supports one DDR3L SO-DIMM up to 8GB. The flexible I/O includes 1 x RS232/422/485, SATAII, CFast interface, two Intel Gigabit LAN, 2 x USB2.0 , 3 x USB3.0 ports, HD Audio, two PCIE mini card sockets and one SIM socket. Additionally, the CMB-37D-G supports an operating voltage from 6V to 27V DC input.

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