MF10- 3.5″ SBC with Tiger Lake SoC Processor and Long Lifecycle

With an 11th Generation Intel® Tiger Lake Core i5-1145G7E SoC Processor and Intel® Iris Graphics, this small board really delivers and is ideal for Factory Automation, POS, and Security.  The MF10 has two LAN, seven USB and allows for wide voltage (+12V - 24V).  This board's expected lifecycle is through Q3'2035.

Additional information

CPU

Intel® Core i5-1145G7E

Memory Type

260-pin DDR4 3200MHz SO-DIMM

Memory Slots

2

Maximum Memory Supported

64GB

Integrated Graphics

Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics

Video

1 x HDMI

LAN Ports

1 x Intel I225-V PCIe 2.5GbE, 1 x Intel I219-LM PHY Gigabit LAN (iAMT 12.0)

Serial ATA (SATA)

1 x SATA III

GPIO Interface

1 x 8-bit GPIO Header

TPM

Intel fTPM 2.0 (PTT) Trusted Computing Firmware Onboard NUVOTON TPM v2.0 available for special order

Extended Interface

1 x M.2 M-Key (2242/2280, PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe & SATA), 1 M.2 E-Key (2230, USB and PCIe CNVi WiFi), 1 M.2 B-Key (3042/3052, USB and PCIe for SIM)

Rear I/O

1 x 3.5mm Line-out & MIC-in Audio Combo Jack, 1 x RJ45 LAN (10/100/1000/2500), 1 x RJ45 LAN (10/100/1000), 3 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gb/s),, 1 x USB 2.0, 2 x HDMI 2.0b (4096 * 2160 @ 60Hz, 4K HDR), 2 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C for DP 1.4 (4096 * 2304 @ 60Hz), 1 x +12V – 24V 2.5mm Diameter DC Power Jack,1 x Nano SIM Socket

Internal I/O

1 x 6-pin PS2 Keyboard Mouse Header, 1 x 4-pin SMBUS Header, 1 x 4-pin Fan Header, 1 x AT/ATX Mode Jumper, 1 x 4-pin SATA Power Output (Male), 1 x 2-pin +12V – 24V Alternate Power-In, 1 x SATA3 6Gb/s Connector, 1 x Serial Header (RS232), 1 x USB Pin Headers for 2 additional USB 2.0 Ports, 1 x 40-pin eDP (4096 * 2304 @ 60Hz), 1 x 8-bit GPIO Header,1 x 4-pin 3W Amplifier Header,

Power Requirement

*See Ordering Options Tab for Information

Operating Temperature

0 ~ 60-° C (32-° F ~ 140-° F)

Storage Temperature

-20 ~ 85 ºC (-4 ~ 185 ºF)

Relative Humidity

10 ~ 90% (non-condensing)

OS Software Supported

Windows 10 64-bit, Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 64-bit, Windows 11 64-bit, Windows 11 IoT Enterprise 64-bit, CentOS 8.2_2004, RedHat 8.2, Fedora 33.1.2, OpenSUSE 15.2, Ubuntu 20.04.1

Global P/N / SKU

3308939

Ordering Options/Notes

3308939A: MF10-20 without onboard TPM

3308939B: MF10-22 with onboard TPM

Cables included: SATA Power Cable, COM Cable, SATA Data Cable

 

*External Power Supply – the board can be powered with a +12 – 24V external power supply though a DC connector on the back panel. The rear +12 – 24V DC jack accepts plugs with an inner diameter (ID) of 2.5 mm and an outer diameter (OD) of 5.5 mm, where the inner contact is +12 – 24V and the shell is GND. A minimum of 90 Watts power adapter is recommended.

Internal Power Supply – the board can alternatively be powered via the internal +12 – 24V 2-pin power connector, where pin 1 is +12 – 24V and pin 2 is GND. The internal 2-pin power connector accepts a JST VHR-2N or TE 1-1123722-2 plug from the power supply.

Caution: There is no isolation circuitry between the external +12 – 24V DC jack and the internal 2-pin power connector. It is the system integrator’s responsibility to ensure no more than one power supply unit is or can be attached to the board at any time and to ensure the external +12 – 24V DC jack is covered if the internal 2-pin power connector is to be used.

 

Datasheet

Datasheet

Ordering Options/Notes

3308939A: MF10-20 without onboard TPM 3308939B: MF10-22 with onboard TPM Cables included: SATA Power Cable, COM Cable, SATA Data Cable   *External Power Supply – the board can be powered with a +12 - 24V external power supply though a DC connector on the back panel. The rear +12 - 24V DC jack accepts plugs with an inner diameter (ID) of 2.5 mm and an outer diameter (OD) of 5.5 mm, where the inner contact is +12 - 24V and the shell is GND. A minimum of 90 Watts power adapter is recommended. Internal Power Supply – the board can alternatively be powered via the internal +12 - 24V 2-pin power connector, where pin 1 is +12 - 24V and pin 2 is GND. The internal 2-pin power connector accepts a JST VHR-2N or TE 1-1123722-2 plug from the power supply. Caution: There is no isolation circuitry between the external +12 - 24V DC jack and the internal 2-pin power connector. It is the system integrator's responsibility to ensure no more than one power supply unit is or can be attached to the board at any time and to ensure the external +12 - 24V DC jack is covered if the internal 2-pin power connector is to be used.  

MF10- 3.5″ SBC with Tiger Lake SoC Processor and Long Lifecycle

With an 11th Generation Intel® Tiger Lake Core i5-1145G7E SoC Processor and Intel® Iris Graphics, this small board really delivers and is ideal for Factory Automation, POS, and Security.  The MF10 has two LAN, seven USB and allows for wide voltage (+12V – 24V).  This board’s expected lifecycle is through Q3’2035.

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Board * 

Memory

M.2 NVMe SSD

2.5″ SATA 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: 3308939 Tags: Industrial Automation, Internet of Things (IoT), Long Life, Point of Sale, small form factor

Additional information

CPU

Intel® Core i5-1145G7E

Memory Type

260-pin DDR4 3200MHz SO-DIMM

Memory Slots

2

Maximum Memory Supported

64GB

Integrated Graphics

Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics

Video

1 x HDMI

LAN Ports

1 x Intel I225-V PCIe 2.5GbE, 1 x Intel I219-LM PHY Gigabit LAN (iAMT 12.0)

Serial ATA (SATA)

1 x SATA III

GPIO Interface

1 x 8-bit GPIO Header

TPM

Intel fTPM 2.0 (PTT) Trusted Computing Firmware Onboard NUVOTON TPM v2.0 available for special order

Extended Interface

1 x M.2 M-Key (2242/2280, PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe & SATA), 1 M.2 E-Key (2230, USB and PCIe CNVi WiFi), 1 M.2 B-Key (3042/3052, USB and PCIe for SIM)

Rear I/O

1 x 3.5mm Line-out & MIC-in Audio Combo Jack, 1 x RJ45 LAN (10/100/1000/2500), 1 x RJ45 LAN (10/100/1000), 3 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gb/s),, 1 x USB 2.0, 2 x HDMI 2.0b (4096 * 2160 @ 60Hz, 4K HDR), 2 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C for DP 1.4 (4096 * 2304 @ 60Hz), 1 x +12V – 24V 2.5mm Diameter DC Power Jack,1 x Nano SIM Socket

Internal I/O

1 x 6-pin PS2 Keyboard Mouse Header, 1 x 4-pin SMBUS Header, 1 x 4-pin Fan Header, 1 x AT/ATX Mode Jumper, 1 x 4-pin SATA Power Output (Male), 1 x 2-pin +12V – 24V Alternate Power-In, 1 x SATA3 6Gb/s Connector, 1 x Serial Header (RS232), 1 x USB Pin Headers for 2 additional USB 2.0 Ports, 1 x 40-pin eDP (4096 * 2304 @ 60Hz), 1 x 8-bit GPIO Header,1 x 4-pin 3W Amplifier Header,

Power Requirement

*See Ordering Options Tab for Information

Operating Temperature

0 ~ 60-° C (32-° F ~ 140-° F)

Storage Temperature

-20 ~ 85 ºC (-4 ~ 185 ºF)

Relative Humidity

10 ~ 90% (non-condensing)

OS Software Supported

Windows 10 64-bit, Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 64-bit, Windows 11 64-bit, Windows 11 IoT Enterprise 64-bit, CentOS 8.2_2004, RedHat 8.2, Fedora 33.1.2, OpenSUSE 15.2, Ubuntu 20.04.1

Global P/N / SKU

3308939

Ordering Options/Notes

3308939A: MF10-20 without onboard TPM

3308939B: MF10-22 with onboard TPM

Cables included: SATA Power Cable, COM Cable, SATA Data Cable

 

*External Power Supply – the board can be powered with a +12 – 24V external power supply though a DC connector on the back panel. The rear +12 – 24V DC jack accepts plugs with an inner diameter (ID) of 2.5 mm and an outer diameter (OD) of 5.5 mm, where the inner contact is +12 – 24V and the shell is GND. A minimum of 90 Watts power adapter is recommended.

Internal Power Supply – the board can alternatively be powered via the internal +12 – 24V 2-pin power connector, where pin 1 is +12 – 24V and pin 2 is GND. The internal 2-pin power connector accepts a JST VHR-2N or TE 1-1123722-2 plug from the power supply.

Caution: There is no isolation circuitry between the external +12 – 24V DC jack and the internal 2-pin power connector. It is the system integrator’s responsibility to ensure no more than one power supply unit is or can be attached to the board at any time and to ensure the external +12 – 24V DC jack is covered if the internal 2-pin power connector is to be used.

 

Datasheet

Datasheet

Ordering Options/Notes

3308939A: MF10-20 without onboard TPM 3308939B: MF10-22 with onboard TPM Cables included: SATA Power Cable, COM Cable, SATA Data Cable   *External Power Supply – the board can be powered with a +12 - 24V external power supply though a DC connector on the back panel. The rear +12 - 24V DC jack accepts plugs with an inner diameter (ID) of 2.5 mm and an outer diameter (OD) of 5.5 mm, where the inner contact is +12 - 24V and the shell is GND. A minimum of 90 Watts power adapter is recommended. Internal Power Supply – the board can alternatively be powered via the internal +12 - 24V 2-pin power connector, where pin 1 is +12 - 24V and pin 2 is GND. The internal 2-pin power connector accepts a JST VHR-2N or TE 1-1123722-2 plug from the power supply. Caution: There is no isolation circuitry between the external +12 - 24V DC jack and the internal 2-pin power connector. It is the system integrator's responsibility to ensure no more than one power supply unit is or can be attached to the board at any time and to ensure the external +12 - 24V DC jack is covered if the internal 2-pin power connector is to be used.  

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