May 20, 2013

Habey USA Introduces EMB-3500 ARM-based Nano-ITX Motherboard

Habey USA announced their EMB-3500 ARM based Nano-ITX motherboard. The new embedded board features 13 COM ports, USB ports, multiple video output options, SATA port, SD card slot and 4GB onboard NAND storage. The Habey EMB-3500 replaces the MITX-6500 board at half the size with the same number of COM ports. The EMB-3500 motherboard is ideal for touchscreen applications for kiosks, self-service terminals, and digital signage.

Habey EMB-3500 Embedded Board Features
  • ARM Based Nano-ITX Form Factor
  • Low Power Freescale ARM Cortex A9 i.MX 6 Series
  • Onboard 1GB DDR3 RAM and 4GB iNAND flash
  • HDMI+ VGA+ LVDS, Independent Multi-Display
  • 13 Serial Ports
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • Onboard USB-WiFi option and 3G capability
  • Native Support for Android 4 and Linux OS
  • Integrated 3D Graphics and 1080p Encoding/Decoding
  • 120mm x 120mm
The EMB-3500 is a motherboard with an ARM based Freescale Cortex A9 i.MX6 1GHz Solo, Dual, or Quad Core processor and has a 1GB DDR3 RAM and NAND flash. The ARM based board supports 1x dual channel 24bit LVDS,1x HDMI, 1x VGA port, 2x Gigabit LAN, 2x CAN, 1x SATA2, 12x RS-232, 1x 485/232, 5x USB 2.0, 1x USB (OTG), up to 40pin GPIO interface, and can be extended camera module.

More info: Habey EMB-3500 Embedded Board (pdf)


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