LP-178 – Pico-ITX Motherboard

The LP-178 is a Pico-ITX motherboard that was designed around the Intel® 8th Generation Whiskey Lake U mobile processor. It provides excellent performance in a small form factor. The LP-178 can drive two displays at once with the use of HDMI and DisplayPort. This board is an excellent solution for industrial integration with its ultra low power consumption and great performance.

Additional information

CPU

Intel® Whiskey Lake U Processor

Memory Type

260-pin DDR4 2400MHz SO-DIMM

Memory Slots

1

Maximum Memory Supported

16GB

Integrated Graphics

Intel® Gen 9.5 HD Graphics

Watchdog Timer

Generates a system reset with internal timer for 1 min/s ~ 255 min/s

Serial ATA (SATA)

1 x SATA III

Video

1 x HDMI, 1 x DP, Header for LVDS or VGA (video module needed)

LAN Ports

1 x Intel® i219-LM Gigabit PHY LAN (Supports iAMT 12.0), 1 x Intel® i210-AT Gigabit LAN

Extended Interface

1 x M.2 (Key E) for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2230mm

Internal I/O

2 x RS232, 1 x LPC, 1 x SMBUS, 1 x Audio, 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x DC Out

Rear I/O

2 x LAN, 2 x USB 3.1 Gen 2, 1 x HDMI, 1 x DP

Audio

Realtek ALC262 High Definition Audio

Power Requirement

DC input 12V

Dimensions

100mm x 72mm

Operating Temperature

32 ~ 140 F (0 ~ 60 C )

Storage Temperature

-4 ~ 176 ˚F (-20 ~ 80 ˚C)

Relative Humidity

10 ~ 90% (non-condensing)

OS Software Supported

Windows 10 64-bit

Global P/N / SKU

2809110

Ordering Options

LP-1787 (SKU# 2809110A)

With i7-8665UE, supports HDMI, DP, Header for VGA or LVDS (see note)

LP-178C (SKU# 2809110B)

With Celeron 4305UE, supports HDMI, DP, Header for VGA or LVDS (see note)

Note: There are two modules and you can choose one to support VGA or LVDS. Please contact sales for pricing and availability.

Ordering Options

LP-1787 (SKU# 2809110A) With i7-8665UE, supports HDMI, DP, Header for VGA or LVDS (see note) LP-178C (SKU# 2809110B) With Celeron 4305UE, supports HDMI, DP, Header for VGA or LVDS (see note) Note: There are two modules and you can choose one to support VGA or LVDS. Please contact sales for pricing and availability.

LP-178 – Pico-ITX Motherboard

The LP-178 is a Pico-ITX motherboard that was designed around the Intel® 8th Generation Whiskey Lake U mobile processor. It provides excellent performance in a small form factor. The LP-178 can drive two displays at once with the use of HDMI and DisplayPort. This board is an excellent solution for industrial integration with its ultra low power consumption and great performance.

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Memory

2.5″ SATA HDD / SSD

Operating System (Only available if a storage device is selected from above.)

Testing (Only available if memory is included at time of purchase.)

SKU: 2809110 Tags: Internet of Things (IoT), POS-Kiosk

Additional information

CPU

Intel® Whiskey Lake U Processor

Memory Type

260-pin DDR4 2400MHz SO-DIMM

Memory Slots

1

Maximum Memory Supported

16GB

Integrated Graphics

Intel® Gen 9.5 HD Graphics

Watchdog Timer

Generates a system reset with internal timer for 1 min/s ~ 255 min/s

Serial ATA (SATA)

1 x SATA III

Video

1 x HDMI, 1 x DP, Header for LVDS or VGA (video module needed)

LAN Ports

1 x Intel® i219-LM Gigabit PHY LAN (Supports iAMT 12.0), 1 x Intel® i210-AT Gigabit LAN

Extended Interface

1 x M.2 (Key E) for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2230mm

Internal I/O

2 x RS232, 1 x LPC, 1 x SMBUS, 1 x Audio, 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x DC Out

Rear I/O

2 x LAN, 2 x USB 3.1 Gen 2, 1 x HDMI, 1 x DP

Audio

Realtek ALC262 High Definition Audio

Power Requirement

DC input 12V

Dimensions

100mm x 72mm

Operating Temperature

32 ~ 140 F (0 ~ 60 C )

Storage Temperature

-4 ~ 176 ˚F (-20 ~ 80 ˚C)

Relative Humidity

10 ~ 90% (non-condensing)

OS Software Supported

Windows 10 64-bit

Global P/N / SKU

2809110

Ordering Options

LP-1787 (SKU# 2809110A)

With i7-8665UE, supports HDMI, DP, Header for VGA or LVDS (see note)

LP-178C (SKU# 2809110B)

With Celeron 4305UE, supports HDMI, DP, Header for VGA or LVDS (see note)

Note: There are two modules and you can choose one to support VGA or LVDS. Please contact sales for pricing and availability.

Ordering Options

LP-1787 (SKU# 2809110A) With i7-8665UE, supports HDMI, DP, Header for VGA or LVDS (see note) LP-178C (SKU# 2809110B) With Celeron 4305UE, supports HDMI, DP, Header for VGA or LVDS (see note) Note: There are two modules and you can choose one to support VGA or LVDS. Please contact sales for pricing and availability.

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