BVM Builds Motherboard for Multiple Displays

BVM Ltd.’s new mini-ITX motherboard (tKINO-BW SoC) with a very low profile: less than 18mm, depending on the user’s choice of heatsink. This slimness means that it can be installed in thin displays or compact embedded systems.

The SoC supports up to three independent displays: UltraHD at 30Hz (via HDMI); 18-/24-bit dual channel LVDS up to 1920 x 1200; or VGA up to 1920 x 1200. It is thus suitable for use in kiosks, terminals and other multi-display applications. It also features RS232 (x5), RS232/422/485, RJ485 (x2) SATA (x2), mSATA, USB 3.0 (x2) and USB 2.0 (x2).

BVM has built the SoC with a choice of processors, ranging from the dual-core Intel Celeron N3010 (2.24GHz, 4W TDP) to the quad-core Pentium N3710 (2.56GHz, 6W TDP). Regardless of the processor, fanless operating is supported. Up to 8GB of RAM can be installed. An independent remote monitoring and control 1010 slot can be used to remotely solve most problems.

BVM is selling the board now.