The new MIX-ALND1Mini-ITX board is an efficient and versatile market solution, ideal for enhancing point of sale, gaming, and CNC (Computer Numerical Control) controller applications. Its support for Intel® Processor N-series CPUs grants the board low-power, highly efficient performance, complemented by built-in Intel® UHD Graphics and flexible DDR5 via SODIMM, streamlining edge computing. Designed to provide essential features without unnecessary complexities, the MIX-ALND1 boasts a dense array of both physical and internal connectors, along with rich expansion options for Wi-Fi, 5G, AI acceleration, and additional storage modules. This makes it the perfect choice for simplifying complex project requirements.
A densely populated board, the MIX-ALND1 hosts a multifaceted configuration of interfaces geared towards point of sale and kiosk applications. Comprised of multiple 4K display outputs, dual gigabit ethernet ports, and an AAFP audio header, the board's I/O has everything required to build, enhance, or upgrade your end user’s experience. Integrators also benefit from the lower entry costs of the MIX-ALND1's supported CPUs, which balance performance with efficiency.
Build Advanced Gaming Solutions
The board features M.2 B and M-Key slots, empowering users to create advanced gaming solutions with additional storage and graphics add-on cards. This enhances the board's Intel® UHD Graphics package and unlocks the full potential of its HDMI 2.0 and DP 1.4 display outputs, enabling simultaneous 4K displays @60Hz for an immersive gaming experience.
Automate Machinery with Interconnectivity
The MIX-ALND1 offers support for 4G, 5G, and Wi-Fi connectivity through its M.2 B and E-Keys, making it highly suitable as a CNC controller for industrial automation. In addition, internal connectors including digital I/O and serial port headers supporting two RS-232/422/485 and four RS-232 interfaces facilitate the integration of sensors for precise error detection. The board M.2 slots for SATA and PCIe, providing ample capacity for storing programs and tooling data, allowing for easy recall and setup of repeat jobs for automated machinery.