The name Q7 is derived from “quadratic,” as noted by the Q, and seven refers to the 7 x 7 cm (70 x 70mm) size of the module. This technology evolution is built upon a more petite size footprint mobile processor and chipset. The Qseven module standard provides high-performance and low power consumption interfaces for mobile and battery-operated applications with a standard power consumption equal to or less than 12W, which matches application requirements for fan-less operations by way of heat spreader mechanical interfaces. Unlike other module standards, Qseven does not require an expensive board-to-board connector. It utilizes a very affordable MXM card slot with 230 pins in a 0.5 mm configuration. This slot is already being used for graphics cards in laptop computers, so it is capable of high-speed PEG data transfers.

Mini-ITX Form Factor Carrier Board For Qseven Module
Freescale iMX6 Family based Qseven Module Board for Mini-ITX
Nowadays automation control system is filled with in various fields, such as Factory Automation, Building Automation, Measurment Equipment.
Intel Celeron and Pentium Processor N3000 based Qseven Module Braswell SoC
Qseven module by Qseven 2.1 based on Intel® Atom® / Pentium® / Celeron processors (Apollo Lake) with LPDDR4 SDRAM up to 8GB, 24bit LVDS, DP/HDMI
Besides original Q7 feature, Q7 Plus function with extra 80-pin enables customers to enhance expansion possibility
More and more places utilize some form of a kiosk, e.g. airports, museums, ATMs, etc. This module comes equipped with a single DVI interface for high resolution. Its D/C input reduces the power use while the Mini PCI Express make upgrades simpler
Qseven Carrier Board for Intel Menlow-XL CPU ATOM Z520PT
Qseven Mini-ITX Carrier Board

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