The industrial motherboards are printed circuit boards used to connect various types of components and thus represent the PC central unit. These motherboards are fundamental in industrial applications through to their versatility.
There are different types of industrial motherboards and the Pico-ITX standard is an ultra-compact, low-power motherboard format, measuring 10 cm x 7,2 cm, marked since 2007.
The Pico-ITX format is the more compact standard on the market (75% smaller than Mini-ITX) and represents the best choice for miniaturized applications, opening up a new possibility for IoT applications and integrated M2M.
Pico-ITX format characteristics
The extremely small size is the most attractive advantage of this format, but not the only one. Achieving these miniaturized levels has brought improvement in terms of energy efficiency, thermal management, and integration.
Digimax’s Pico-ITX single board (SBC) represents innovative and ultra-slim solutions, through to fanless cooling and high energy efficiency.
Miniaturize applications through Pico-ITX standard
The use and spread of Pico-ITX SBC have given rise to a small-size board trend for miniaturized IIoT solutions. The spread of Nano-ITX has paved the way for more compact and embedded applications.
With the “Build your Kit” consulting service it is also possible to identify and configure a kit with a motherboard and combined TFT monitor, customizing touch technology and CPU.