WADE-8213-Q670E is based on Intel® Q670E chipset and 12th/13th Gen Intel® Core™ i3/i5/i7/i9 desktop processors. It supports multiple display outputs, options of legacy features for industrial applications, GPIO ports, dual LAN as well as rich expandability with PCIe Gen5, M.2 M and M.2 E keys. Featuring rich I/O capabilities and advanced connectivity on a smaller and thinner space-saving platform, the Portwell WADE-8213-Q670E is ideal for a wide range of embedded applications.
Intel® 12th/13th Gen Core™ Processors CPU in LGA1700 package
AMI uEFI BIOS
Support up to 64GB DDR5 4800 on two SO-DIMM socket
Supports 4x SATA III ports
Supports RAID 0, 1, 5, 10
Programmable watchdog timer
System monitor(Voltage, Fan Speed and Temperature)
1x PCIe x16 Gen 5
1x M.2 Key E 2230 with PCIe x1 and CNVI for Wireless
1x M.2 Key M 2242/2260/2280 with PCIe x4 and SATA3 for SSD
Audio Jack on rear I/O with Line-out / Line-in with Realtek ALC897 audio controller
Intel® I210AT (1GbE) and Intel® I225LM (2.5GbE) Ethernet controller
2x RJ45 connectors on rear I/O
2x RS232/422/485 ports (one port on rear I/O and one port on board header)
3x RS232 port on pin header
3x USB3.2 (Gen2) on rear I/O(2x Type A + 1x Type C)
1x USB3.2 (Gen1) on rear I/O
1x USB3.2 (Gen1) on board(Vertical Type-A)
2x USB3.2 (Gen1) on pin header
4x USB2.0 on rear I/O
2x USB2.0 on pin header
8-bit configurable controlled by embedded controller
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