NP691N – Long-Life PICO-ITX with Intel® Apollo Lake SoC Processors

With viability and availability into 2031, this long-life Pico ITX form factor motherboard is build with the future in mind. Installed with TPM 2.0 firmware, this small board is perfect for digital security and surveillance applications. It also supports HDMI 4K @ 30Hz for high end graphic capability. The Apollo Lake System on Chip is mounted to the bottom of this board for easy integration into fanless systems because of location and because of the low TDP of the chips. The board is powered by a +12V DC connector and offers expansion via a M.2 slot and a Micro SD card.

Additional information

CPU

Intel® Apollo Lake SoC Processors

Memory Type

204-pin DDR3L 1866MHz SO-DIMM

Memory Slots

1

Maximum Memory Supported

8 GB

Integrated Graphics

Intel® HD Graphics 500

TPM

2.0

Serial ATA (SATA)

1 x SATA III

Video

1 x HDMI 1.4b, 1 LVDS (24-bit CHRONTEL CH7511B chipset up to 1920 x 1200)

LAN Ports

1 x Realtek® RTL811 GbE

Extended Interface

1 x M.2 M-key (2230, SATA), 1 x mini PCIe (full size), 1 x SIM card slot

Internal I/O

1 x SATA power-out, 1 x front panel header, 1 x 9-pin USB for 2x USB 2.0/1.1, 1 x SMBUS, 1 x RS232/422/485, 1 x RS232, 1 x Audio, 1 x GPIO, 1 x LVDS, 1 x LVDS inverter

Rear I/O

1 x 12V DC-in, 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x HDMI, 1 x LAN

Audio

Realtek HD Audio

Dimensions

100mm x 72mm

Operating Temperature

32 ~ 104°F (0 ~ 40°C)

Storage Temperature

-4 ~ 185 ˚F (-20 ~ 85 ˚C)

Relative Humidity

10 ~ 90% non-condensing

OS Software Supported

Windows 10 64-bit, Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 64-bit

Global P/N / SKU

2809125

Ordering Options

JNP691N-4200 (SKU# 2809125): PICO ITX with Pentium N4200

JNP691N-3455 (SKU# 2809125B): PICO ITX with Celeron J3455

JNP691N-3350 (SKU# 2809125C): PICO ITX with Celeron N3350

Downloads

Datasheet

Ordering Options

JNP691N-4200 (SKU# 2809125): PICO ITX with Pentium N4200 JNP691N-3455 (SKU# 2809125B): PICO ITX with Celeron J3455 JNP691N-3350 (SKU# 2809125C): PICO ITX with Celeron N3350

NP691N – Long-Life PICO-ITX with Intel® Apollo Lake SoC Processors

With viability and availability into 2031, this long-life Pico ITX form factor motherboard is build with the future in mind. Installed with TPM 2.0 firmware, this small board is perfect for digital security and surveillance applications. It also supports HDMI 4K @ 30Hz for high end graphic capability. The Apollo Lake System on Chip is mounted to the bottom of this board for easy integration into fanless systems because of location and because of the low TDP of the chips. The board is powered by a +12V DC connector and offers expansion via a M.2 slot and a Micro SD card.

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Board

Memory

M.2 SSD

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

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

SKU: 2809125 Tags: Industrial Automation, Internet of Things (IoT), Pico, POS-Kiosk, small form factor, Surveillance

Additional information

CPU

Intel® Apollo Lake SoC Processors

Memory Type

204-pin DDR3L 1866MHz SO-DIMM

Memory Slots

1

Maximum Memory Supported

8 GB

Integrated Graphics

Intel® HD Graphics 500

TPM

2.0

Serial ATA (SATA)

1 x SATA III

Video

1 x HDMI 1.4b, 1 LVDS (24-bit CHRONTEL CH7511B chipset up to 1920 x 1200)

LAN Ports

1 x Realtek® RTL811 GbE

Extended Interface

1 x M.2 M-key (2230, SATA), 1 x mini PCIe (full size), 1 x SIM card slot

Internal I/O

1 x SATA power-out, 1 x front panel header, 1 x 9-pin USB for 2x USB 2.0/1.1, 1 x SMBUS, 1 x RS232/422/485, 1 x RS232, 1 x Audio, 1 x GPIO, 1 x LVDS, 1 x LVDS inverter

Rear I/O

1 x 12V DC-in, 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x HDMI, 1 x LAN

Audio

Realtek HD Audio

Dimensions

100mm x 72mm

Operating Temperature

32 ~ 104°F (0 ~ 40°C)

Storage Temperature

-4 ~ 185 ˚F (-20 ~ 85 ˚C)

Relative Humidity

10 ~ 90% non-condensing

OS Software Supported

Windows 10 64-bit, Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 64-bit

Global P/N / SKU

2809125

Ordering Options

JNP691N-4200 (SKU# 2809125): PICO ITX with Pentium N4200

JNP691N-3455 (SKU# 2809125B): PICO ITX with Celeron J3455

JNP691N-3350 (SKU# 2809125C): PICO ITX with Celeron N3350

Downloads

Datasheet

Ordering Options

JNP691N-4200 (SKU# 2809125): PICO ITX with Pentium N4200 JNP691N-3455 (SKU# 2809125B): PICO ITX with Celeron J3455 JNP691N-3350 (SKU# 2809125C): PICO ITX with Celeron N3350

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