ASUS IoT announces the N51051I-IM-A, a Mini-ITX industrial motherboard designed for the Intel ® Celeron ® N5105 quad-core processor. Offering numerous I/O ports, advanced connectivity and flexible customization in a compact board, N51051I-IM-A is ideal for space-restricted installations. It features eight USB and six COM ports to accommodate numerous peripherals, and 12-volt DC input and output to power an additional display. It also offers triple-display support with HDMI ® , DisplayPort ™ and LVDS connectivity. Additionally, N51051I-IM-A provides an RJ11 and DIO connector for cash drawers, an MSR header for credit card payment, and a powerful 3-watt amplifier for notification broadcasting. This motherboard is an excellent choice for retail point of sale (POS), kiosk and digital signage applications.
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Premium power protection for stability
To ensure stable computing performance at all times, N51051I-IM-A has a 120-watt DC-input power
design and includes over-voltage (OVP) and over-current (OCP) protection as well as a reversible DC
jack. Additionally, the TVS diodes offer a high ESD tolerance of up to 8~10 kilovolts to protect the device
User-friendly design for optimized user experiences
ASUS IoT N51051I-IM-A boasts several features designed to facilitate daily retail use. Its fanless
aluminum heatsink ensures stable operation across a wide temperature range. The lockable 4-pin DC
jack ensures a secure connection, and some jumper functions are integrated into the BIOS so the chassis
doesn’t need to be opened for re-layout when changing settings. Lastly, color-coded connectors and
horizontal port labels on the I/O shield make installation easy.
ASUS IoT Suite
ASUS IoT Suite is an exclusive software tool with a graphical UI and API interface that’s easily accessible
in the OS. Users can view or adjust hardware information, watchdog timer, power scheduling, GPIO
control and fan settings in just a few clicks. N51051I-IM-A features 16 sets of LVDS resolution within the
BIOS to suit 15- to 21.5-inch panels, allowing users to switch display resolutions easily. In addition, the
LVDS tool allows users to add extra resolution into the BIOS to increase the efficiency of retail operations.