The board has a small 146 x 102 mm (5.78 x 4.01 in) design, while still providing impressive I/O functionality and domain-focused features like CANBus. It is designed to support a wide operating temperature range of -40 ~ 85°C / -40 ~ 185°F and operate in harsh environments. These features make the board an ideal choice for outdoor applications that require high processing speeds.
The new MIO-5393 board is the first of Advantech’s SBCs to feature the latest 9th Gen. Intel Xeon/Core with six core computing power. The SBC also doubles USB speeds using USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10Gbps) technology. The integrated Gen9LP graphics engine can support three simultaneous displays with 48bit LVDS (eDP optional), HDMI (up to 4k@30Hz), and DisplayPort (up to 4k@60Hz). MIO-5393 can also support up to 32GB (64GB*) dual-channel DDR4 2400MHz and offers an M.2 M-Key 2280 slot for NVMe/PCIE Gen3x4 high-speed PCIe SSD storage.
The 3.5” SBC also uses the Advantech’s Quadro Flow Cooling System (QFCS) thermal solution for temperature management. The low profile cooling solution uses a silent fan that allows heavy CPU loading without CPU speed throttling. MIO-5393 has two different TDP (25W/45W) SKUs with either active or passive heatsink for extended temperature operation. The thermal-solution uses four symmetrical screw holes around the CPU to reduce thermal resistance and dissipate heat quickly.
MIO-5393’s also features a built-in iManager 3.0 which is based on Advantech’s EIO-201 embedded board management controller. iManager 3.0 integrates power sequence control to improve reliability and enable GPIO, hardware monitoring, smart fan control and watchdog timer functions. iManager 3.0 also features support for domain-focused features like high-speed RS-232/422/485, I²C and CANBus.
MIO-5393 offers ready-to-use Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.04 LTS images, plus iManager software API and SUSI utility. Also integrated is Advantech’s WISE-DeviceOn is an IoT device operations management and remote monitoring software package that makes it easy to integrate, visualize and manage industrial IoT devices through a public or private cloud.