Kontron mini-ITX SBC features extensive scalability and expansion options.

12th and 13th Generation Intel Core processors support real-time industrial applications

Display solutions and embedded systems provider Review Display Systems (RDS) has announced the introduction of a new industrial-specification mini-ITX single-board computer (SBC) from the leading global provider of embedded computing technology, Kontron. The Kontron K3833-Q mini-ITX provides a wide range of scalability with support for a multitude of Intel processors, including the 12th and 13th generation Core i9, i7, i5, and i3 processors, and the Intel Pentium and Celeron processor series, coupled with extensive expansion options.

Designed and developed for embedded applications requiring 24-hour continuous operation, the K3833-Q mITX features an operating temperature range of 0°C to +60°C, a broad range of functionality, and is highly suitable for the application requirements of industrial automation, machine vision, medical devices, digital signage and many more.

Produced in Germany, the industrial-specification K3833-Q mITX has the high-performance Intel Q670E chipset. The Q670E chipset offers remote administration and maintenance, enabled by out-of-band management functionality provided by Intel Active Management Technology (Intel AMT). Additional features include SATA, RAID, integrated LAN, Wireless, and many expansion options.

Peter Marchant, embedded division manager at RDS, said, “The new Kontron K3833-Q provides impressive levels of scalability across a broad range of Intel CPUs, together with an extensive expansion capability. Offering an effective cost of ownership, the mini-ITX motherboard can be used across a broad range of embedded industrial applications.”

The single-board computer is equipped with dual Intel Ethernet (1x 1 GbE / 1x 2.5 GbE) supporting Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) for real-time critical applications, a PCIe x16 Gen 5 (16 lanes) expansion slot, high-performance USB 3.2 Gen2, one M.2 Key-M, and one Key-E slot. Implementing two DIMM sockets for up to 64GB DDR5 memory enables best-in-class system performance.

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