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ODYSSEY - X86J4105864 Win10 Enterprise Activated Mini PC (Linux and Arduino Core) with 8GB RAM + 64GB eMMC (TELEC)

SKU
102110478

ODYSSEY - X86J4105 allows you to simply build Edge Computing applications with powerful CPU and rich communication interfaces. The ODYSSEY - X86J4105, based on Intel Celeron J4105, is a Quad-Core 1.5GHz CPU that bursts up to 2.5GHz. There is also an onboard ATSAMD21 Core, an ARM Cortex-M0+ MCU that allows you to program Arduino on the x86 platform. 

 

You can also choose the version without 64GB eMMC at $188 and the version with 64GB eMMC at $218. 


Also get  re_computer case, which is not only compatible with ODYSSEY - X86J4105  but also with all popular SBCs.

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PRODUCT DETAILS

Note

This is the TELEC Version of the ODYSSEY-X86J4105864 with no power adapter. Non-Japanese users who needs power supply, please buy the regular version.

Please note that when you have powered on but the fan does not rotate, it may be due to the following reasons.
1. The CPU itself does not have a temperature sensor. The temperature sensor is on the PCB, close to the CPU.
2. The temperature threshold set in the BIOS is based on the temperature of the PCB, not the temperature of the CPU.
3. There is a delay in the CPU temperature transfer to the PCB.
At this time, please try to let the CPU run at full load for 20 minutes.

Tip

This version of ODYSSEY - X86J4105864(Win 10 Enterprise Activated) has 64GB onboard eMMc storage and pre-installed Windows 10 Enterprise.

 

 

Key Feature

  • Intel® Celeron® J4105, Quad-Core 1.5-2.5GHZ
  • Dual-Band Frequency 2.4GHz/5GHz WiFi
  • Intel® UHD Graphics 600
  • Dual Gigabit Ethernet
  • Integrated Arduino Coprocessor ATSAMD21 ARM® Cortex®-M0+
  • Raspberry Pi 40-Pin Compatible
  • 2 x M.2 PCIe (B Key and M Key)
  • Support Windows 10 & Linux OS
  • Compatible with Grove Ecosystem

Description

Edge Computing devices are playing an increasingly important role in the field of IoT. Nowadays, a computer is not just a big rectangular black box under the desk, or a small portable device working on your knees. Computers are ubiquitous devices that span calculating, communicating, and data storage. Based on this definition, here we would like to introduce our new product – the ODYSSEY - X86J4105.

  

ODYSSEY is a series of SBC (Single Board Computer), allowing you to build Edge Computing applications with ease. The ODYSSEY - X86J4105,  based on Intel Celeron J4105, is a Quad-Core 1.5GHz CPU that bursts up to 2.5GHz. It includes all the powerful features of Mini PC such as including an 8GB LPDDR4 RAM, 64GB eMMC Storage(optional), onboard Wi-Fi/BLE, Dual Gigabyte Ethernet Ports, Audio Input and Output, USB Ports, HDMI, SATA Connectors and PCIe, however, within a cost-effective price. With simple connections to Mouse, Keyboard and Monitor to ODYSSEY - X86J4105, you will get a Desktop Mini PC right away. With eMMC versions, you even have the Windows 10 Enterprise pre-installed!

 

Just simply connect to a mouse, a keyboard and a monitor with the ODYSSEY – X86J4105, you will get a powerful Desktop Mini PC that can run Windows and Linux OS. 

With Dual Gigabit Ethernet, you can build the OpenWrt project and pfSense with ease.

There are also two of M.2 PCIe (B Key and M Key), which enables various expandable capabilities including Hard Drives, SSD, GPU, 4G, and even 5G cellular network connectivity.

You can extend up to three SATA with the power connector to build your NAS server.

With ODYSSEY - X86J4105, you can build your own NAS (Network-Attached Storage), your high-performance Virtual Router, or a 4G LTE Gateway in your IoT applications. There is an onboard ATSAMD21 Core, an ARM Cortex-M0+ MCU that allows you to program Arduino on the x86 platform. The Raspberry Pi compatible 40-Pin provides hardware compatibility to most of the Pi HATs in the market. All of these features providing endless possibilities of using the ODYSSEY - X86J4105.

Currently, the ODYSSEY - X86J4105 can work with the Grove Base HAT for Raspberry Pi and GPIO Groves.

 

The ODYSSEY - X86J4105 is more than just a computer, with the Arduino Co-processor onboard, it can be used to connect with sensors, gyroscope, and much more. Why don’t you start exploring your IoT journey from here! We have over 300 Grove modules and Sensors for you to choose from.

 

At Seeed, you can also design your solution all in one page where you choose the desired SBC, any compatible mission board (HATs, expansions) that you want, I/O modules, and nicely place them in the suitable enclosures/cases such as re_computer Case. Rest assured, as we have tested full compatibility for all of the products listed on the page. Try it now here and save you time to find hardware compatibility! 

 

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Comparison Tables of ODYSSEY - X86J4105

Model

CPU

Core

Operating System

Memory

Fan

ODYSSEY - X86J4105864

Intel Celeron J4105

4 Core 1.5GHz, Burst to 2.5GHz

Windows 10 Enterprise (Unactivated)

64GB eMMC

Built-in

ODYSSEY - X86J4105864(Win10 Enterprise Activated )

Intel Celeron J4105

4 Core 1.5GHz, Burst to 2.5GHz

Windows 10 Enterprise Activated

64GB eMMC

Built-in

ODYSSEY - X86J4105800

Intel Celeron J4105

4 Core 1.5GHz, Burst to 2.5GHz

No Operating System

N/A

N/A


Specification

Components

ODYSSEY - X86J4105

Processor

Intel® Celeron® J4105 (Frequency: 1.5 - 2.5GHz)

Coprocessor

Microchip® ATSAMD21G18 32-Bit ARM® Cortex® M0+

Graphics

Intel® UHD Graphics 600 (Frequency: 250 – 750MHz)

Memory

LPDDR4 8GB

Wireless

Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac @ 2.4/5 GHz HT160 

Networking

Intel® I211AT PCIe Gigabit LAN, Supports Wake-On-LAN, Supports PXE

Audio

Microphone + headphone Combo Connector

Headers

1 × 40-Pin header compatible with Raspberry Pi

1 × 28-Pin header (SAMD21G18)

1 × Front Panel Audio Connector

1 × 4-Pin herder (UART function from SAMD21G18)

1 × Fan Port (4 pin 1.25mm PWM 5V)

3 × 4-Pin SATA Power Connector

1 × 4-Pin herder (Power and Switch)

 

USB

USB 2.0 Type-A x2, USB 3.1 Type-A x1, USB 3.1 Type-C x1

Video Interfaces

HDMI2.0a: Up to 4096x2160 @ 60Hz 24bpp / DP1.2a: Up to 4096x2160 @ 60Hz 24bpp

Expansion Slots

M.2(Key B, 2242/2280): SATA III, USB2.0, UIM; M.2 (Key M, 2242/2280): PCIe 2.0 ×4; Micro SD card Socket; SIM Card Socket; SATA III

RTC

JST 1.0 CR2032 3V

TPM

Built-in TPM (2.0)

Power

DC Jack 5.5/2.1mm or Type-C PD; DC Jack input: 12-19V DC; Type-C input: 15V DC

Dimensions

110x110mm

Certifications

FCC, CE, TELEC

Operating temperature

0°C~75°C

Applications

  • Mini PC
  • NAS (Network-Attached Storage)
  • Edge Computing
  • Router
  • Robotics
  • Industrial Applications
  • Media Center
  • IT Industry
  • Educational Fields
  • Thin Client
  • Server Cluster
  • IoT Gateway

 

Hardware Overview

 

Pinout Diagram

 

Part List

  • ODYSSEY - X86J4105 x 1
  • User Manual x 1
  • SATA Cable x 1
  • Antenna x 2
  • RTC Battery x 1
  • Heat Sink(Assembled)
  • Cooling Fan (Assembled) (Included in eMMC versions)
 

 


Distributor

Distrelec(Europe)                                                            Digi-Key Corporation(GLOBAL)

Mouser Electronics, Inc(GLOBAL)                                  BOTLAND B. DERKACZ SP.J.(Poland)

NTREX(Korea)

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 8471504090
UPC
FCC 1
CE 1

LEARN AND DOCUMENTS

Learn

This is the wiki page for this product, which will show you how to use the product, as well as details about the software and hardware.
Introduces how to install OpenWrt into ODYSSEY - X86J4105, using it as a Smart Router
This demonstrates how to use ODYSSEY - X86J4105 to sense sensor data and send these values to Azure IoT cloud.
Introduce how to install the open-source storage operating system FreeNAS.
Installing Intel OpenVINO toolkit for ODYSSEY - X86J4105
Accessing and Controlling ODYSSEY - X86J4105 40-Pin GPIO
This is the wiki page for this product, which will show you how to use the product, as well as details about the software and hardware.
Introduce how to create a bootable USB and Install operating system into ODYSSEY - X86J4105

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