Tiger Lake-U system includes two 2.5GbE ports and six PoE+ ports

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Lanner’s “IIoT-I530” Embedded PC runs Linux on an 11th Gen U-series CPU and provides up to 64GB RAM, 2x 2.5GbE, 6x PoE+, 2x COM, 4x USB 3.0, 2x HDMI , 3x M.2, SATA, mSATA and DIO.

Lanner announced a fanless embedded computer that runs Linux on Intel’s 11th generation ULP Tiger Lake platform. The system is designed for computer vision, surveillance, and compute-intensive video applications, including collaborative robotics and automated driving.

Unsurprisingly for a Lanner system, the IIoT-I530 is loaded with Ethernet ports. Six Gigabit Ethernet ports are dedicated to PoE+ to drive IP cameras for machine vision, and the other two are 2.5 GbE ports.



IIoT-I530, front and rear
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The IIoT-I530 supports Tiger Lake-U Core models “up to” Core i7-1185GRE, which offers a base clock of 1.2 GHz to 2.8 GHz, depending on TDP, and up to 4.4GHz Turbo. The industrial-oriented “GRE” models were announced a week after the unveiling of Tiger Lake-U last September. (We covered the GRE parts in a report on Congatec adding extended SKU support to its Conga-TC570 and Conga-HPC/cTLU modules.

GRE models add Intel TCC and TSN networking features as well as Intel Safety Island (FuSa) functional safety features. However, Lanner makes no mention of these features.

The IIoT-I530 is available with up to 64 GB of DDR4-3200 via two sockets. Storage options include a 2.5-inch SATA bay with an optional 2TB SSD, plus an mSATA slot with an optional 512GB module and an M.2 M-key 2280 slot for an NVMe SSD 256 GB optional.



IIoT-I530 and detailed views
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The system provides an M.2 E-key 2230 slot for an optional WiFi-6 (802.11ax) module and an M.2 B-key 3042/3052 slot for an optional 5G module. There are 2 nano-SIM slots and 6 antenna mounts for optional WiFi-6 and 5G external antennas. The two 2.5GbE ports use Intel i225IT controllers while the 6 GbE ports with PoE+ up to 120W combined use the Intel i210IT.

The IIoT-I530 is additionally equipped with 4 USB 3.0 ports, 2 RS232/422/485 ports and 2 HDMI ports as well as two audio jacks. An external “MIOs” port appears to power the 8x isolated DI and 4x isolated DO interfaces.

The system has a 24VDC ATX power supply with a terminal block as well as a remote power terminal block switch, power and reset buttons and an optional 220W AC adapter. You also get a watchdog, 2x LEDs, and wall and VESA mounting.

The system constructed of 270 x 76 x 180mm aluminum extrusion and SGCC has an operating range of -40 to 55°C, with support up to 70°C for stretches of up to 72 hours. The system offers non-condensing relative humidity tolerance of 10-90% and vibration resistance of 0.5 Grms according to IEC 60068-2-64.

More information

No pricing or availability information was provided for the IIoT-I530. More information can be found in Lanner’s announcement and product sheet.



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