All-in-One System Power Supply/ Peripherals Open Frame Monitor Industrial Computer Chassis Video Capture Solutions Industrial Computing Solutions A computer-on-module (COM) is a type of single-board computer (SBC), a subtype of an embedded computer system. An extension of the concept of system on chip (SoC) and system in package (SiP), COM lies between a full-up computer and a microcontroller in nature. COM Express Type 10 COM Express Type 6 COM Express Type 6 Qseven 2.0 Mini: 84 mm x 55 mm Compact: 95 mm x 95 mm Basic: 125 mm x 95 mm 70 mm x 70 mm Smart Camera Speed Camera Mobile Device CNC Robot Controller Computer-on-modules are complete embedded computers built on a single circuit board. The design is centered on a CPU or a microprocessor with RAM, input/output controllers and all other features needed to be a functional computer on the one board. However, unlike a single-board computer, the Computer-on-module will usually lack the standard connectors for any input/output peripherals to be attached directly to the board. The module will usually need to be mounted on a carrier board (or baseboard) which breaks the bus out to standard peripheral connectors. Some Computer-on-modules also include peripheral connectors and/or can be used without a carrier. A Computer-on-module solution offers a dense package computer system for use in small or specialized applications requiring low power consumption or small physical size as is needed in embedded systems. Computer on Modules-Intro-2017-V10