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Axiomtek Launches Vision AI Motherboard Powered by Ryzen Embedded V-series

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Axiomtek, a leading design and manufacturing company of innovative, high performance and reliable PC-based industrial computer products, is proud to introduce the MIRU130, a powerful embedded vision and AI motherboard for graphics-intensive applications such as machine vision and deep learning. It is powered by the onboard AMD RYZEN Embedded V1807B/V1605B processor with AMD Radeon RX Vega graphics. The embedded vision board features two PoE GbE LAN ports for camera interfaces and an integrated real-time vision I/O that includes 4-CH isolated DIO. The MIRU130 is feature-rich, highly expandable and easy-to-deploy with a compact design for space constraint enclosures. It is an ideal solution for systems integrators who are searching for a powerful, easy-to-integrate motherboard for vision-based AI applications.

The high performance MIRU130 measures 244 x 170 mm and has a vision-specific I/O with 2-CH trigger input, 2-CH LED lighting controller, 2-CH camera trigger output and an encoder input for conveyor tracking. It offers high graphical capabilities through the integrated AMD Radeon RX Vega graphics with support of DirectX 12 and allows dual display through one HDMI and one DisplayPort interfaces. The MIRU130 has two IEEE 802.3at PoE ports and two GbE LANs for connecting with industrial cameras.



The customizable MIRU130 offers multiple expansion interfaces with one M.2 Key E slot for wireless modules; one M.2 key B slot for an option of 22x42 storage module or 30x42 cellular module; and one PCIe x16 golden finger with PCIe x8 signal for graphics cards. It is equipped with two 260-pin SO-DIMM sockets for up to 16 GB of DDR4-2400 (V1605B) and DDR4-3200 (V1807B) memory. The feature-rich MIRU130 offers multiple I/O interfaces including one RS-232/422/485, four USB 3.1 Gen2, three RS-232 and one SATA-600. It is designed for reliable operation in harsh environments with a wide operating temperature range of -20°C to +60°C and +12V DC power input with an optional +24 V DC-in power board.

The powerful, highly customizable MIRU130 was developed to meet the growing demands for automated vision inspection and increasing implementation of vision-guided robot systems," said Michelle Mi, a product manager at Axiomtek. "Its vision I/O integrates a full range of isolated I/O interfaces and real-time controls essential for connecting lighting, camera, actuator and sensor devices. The MIRU130's rich features and scalability makes it an ideal solution for system integrators to drive their projects forward in the computer vision market."

Some Key Features:
  • High performance AMD Ryzen Embedded V1807B and V1605B processors
  • High graphical capabilities with integrated AMD Radeon RX Vega graphics with support of DirectX 12
  • Two DDR4 SO-DIMM for up to 16 GB of system memory
  • Equipped with real-time vision I/O with 2-CH camera trigger output, 2-CH LED lighting control, 4-CH isolated DIO and 1-CH incremental quadrature encoder input
  • Allows connection with industrial cameras thorugh two GbE LANs and 2 IEEE 802.3at PoE GbE LANs
  • Offers dual display capability through one HDMI and one DisplayPort interfaces
For more information, visit the product page.

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Ugh, I get that these aren't even used in bleeding-egde designs but why is this news?

These are 1st Gen 2500U/200GE parts soldered to a board that goes into a bespoke system. Unless you are an Axiomtech customer, they're not usable, and even you are, 2017 tech in a bespoke solution is of no relevance for hardware enthusiast demographic visiting this site.
 
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