RASPBERRY PI CM4 POWERS “INDUSTRIAL PI” PANEL PC AND 10.1-INCH “ALL-IN-ONE PI” SYSTEM

Today, we will be covering two new products that were announced recently by Chipsee, and are powered by the Raspberry Pi compute module 4: a 7-inch “Industrial Pi” panel PC and a 10.1-inch “All-In-One Pi” system.

Industrial Pi CM3-101-EM

This new 7-inch panel PC seems to be the first panel PC to be powered by the Raspberry Pi compute module 4 and it is offered in two different versions: the Industrial Pi CM4-70-EM which currently sells for $199, and the Industrial Pi CM4-70-PA which sells for $219. Both versions come with a touchscreen, and a mainboard, the major difference between them is that the CM4-70-PA has a panel-PC housing while the CM4-70-EM doesn’t.

The 190 mm × 107.8 mm × 27.7mm Industrial Pi also features a compute module 4 with 2GB LPDDR4 and 16GB eMMC, dual microSD card slots, 7-inch 1024 x 600 IPS, camera connector that is compatible with the RPi cameras, buzzer, boot switch, LED, RTC with coin-cell battery holder, optional VESA mount and operating temperature range of 0 ~ 50℃. The panel PC can be powered by a 6-36V DC input via a terminal plug and consumes 5W, with 420 mA max current @ 12V.

The two models also offer an optional mini-PCIe slot with 4G/LTE module and an external antenna for $64. There are also WiFi/BT and CM4 Lite models, but you may have to place an order for them if you are interested. Software support for the Industrial Pi is Ubuntu and Debian.

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