UDOO X86 II

The UDOO X86 II integrates a quad-core 64-bit Intel Braswell SoC and supports up to 8GB RAM and 32GB eMMC. I/O includes support for 3x simultaneous displays; USB, GbE and WiFi/BT connectivity; SATA, M.2, and micro-SD expansion; plus an Arduino Leonardo compatible MCU and expansion.


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Product overview...
  • Board Name:   UDOO X86 II
  • Category:   SBC
  • Model:  
  • Manufacturer:   SECO
  • Official website:   click here
  • Price (USD):   $174
  • Additional info may be found via this automated Google search
  • Posted 2019-09-25 12:00am
System-on-Chip...
  • Intel N3160
  • Primary processor type:   Braswell x86
  • Primary processor word-width:   64-bit
  • Primary processor cores:   4
  • Primary processor clock rate (GHz):   2.24
Additional processors (if any)...
  • GPU (graphics):   Intel HD Graphics 400
  • MCU (microcontroller):   ATmega32U4
  • FPGA (gates):  
  • Other (DSP, FPU, NPU, TPU, AI...):  
System RAM...
  • Maximum capacity (GB):   4
  • Type:   DDR3L
  • ECC support:   No
  • Factory installed?   Yes
On-board solid-state storage...
  • Maximum capacity (GB):   32
  • Type:   eMMC
  • Factory installed?   Yes
Removable solid-state storage...
  • Interface type:   Other format
  • m.2 interfaces:   2
  • m.2 NVMe support:  
SATA support...
  • SATA ports:   1
USB ports...
  • USB host ports:   3
  • USB OTG ports:   0
  • USB port types:   3.0 type-A
Ethernet...
  • Ethernet interfaces:   1
  • Maximum LAN speed (Mbps):   1000
  • Wake-on-LAN support?  
Wireless...
  • WiFi:   Optional Wi-Fi 802.11ac
  • Bluetooth:   BLE
  • Broadband:  
  • LoRa:  
HDMI...
  • Number of HDMI ports:   1
  • HDMI version:  
  • Max. HDMI resolution:   4k
  • FPS at max. resolution:   60
Other display interfaces...
  • Composite video (CVBS) ports:   0
  • Other display interfaces (DSI, LVDS, VGA...):   2x mini DP++
Camera interfaces...
  • Number of camera ports:   0
  • Camera interface types:  
Audio I/O...
  • Analog audio out:   1
  • Audio connector type:   3.5mm jack
  • Audio via HDMI?   1
  • I2S interfaces:   0
  • SPDIF interfaces:   1
  • Line inputs:   1
  • Mic inputs:   1
  • On-board microphones:   0
Other I/O...
  • GPIO:   23
  • ADC:   12
  • PWM:   7
  • SPI:   1
  • I2C:   1
  • UARTs:   2
  • RS232 (or 485 or 422):   0
  • IR receiver:   Yes
Expansion connector compatibility?
  • Arduino compatible:   No
  • Raspberry Pi compatible:   No
Miscellaneous functions...
  • Real time clock (RTC) support:   yes
  • PMIC/PMU (power management controllers):  
  • Lithium battery support:   yes
Operating system support...
  • Linux:   Linux X86 64-bit
  • Android:   Yes (versions tbd)
  • Windows:   Windows 10, 8.1, 7
  • Other OSes:  
Other features not listed elsewhere...
  • M.2 support: Key E slot for optional wireless modules; Key B slot for optoinal SSD
  • Other interface signals include LPC, SDIO, and a touch interface (on pin headers
  • Supports three simultaneous displays
  • The Braswell SoC communicates with the ATmega32U4 MCU via an internal USB interface; the board’s Arduino expansion interface is “compatible with Arduino shields” (5V compliant)
  • 12VDC power is supplied via a 2.1mm/5.5mm (inner/outer) jack
  • This SBC is available in two versions: the specs and pricing shown here are for the “Advanced Plus” model; an alternate “Ultra” model, based on a 2.5GHz Pentium N3710 SoC (with HD Graphics 405 GPU) and equipped with 8GB DDR3L is priced at $267.
  • NOTE: this “UDOO X86 II” SBC series replaces the original “UDOO X86” SBCs, which were obsoleted after Intel stopped making its Quark-based Curie MCU module.
    Physical specs...
    • Width (mm):   120
    • Height (mm):   85
    • Depth (mm):   0
    • Weight (gm):  
    • Input voltage, min. (V):   12
    • Input voltage, max. (V):   12
    • Input current, min. (A):   0.3
    • Input current, max. (A):   1
    • Operating temp., min. (°C):  
    • Operating temp., max. (°C):  
    • Certifications:  

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