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NUC NUC11TNBv5

RobBrighton
Beginner
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Im interested in building a system using the Intel Nuc NUC11TNBv5 and an Akasa newton TN case

Can I ask, a few questions?
1. What power adapter works with it
2. Does the NUC11TNBv5 have integrated wifi\bluetooth
3. Does the NUC11TNBv5 have integrated ir

 

With the power adapter Im aware that the board is 28w and 12-24 VDC, does that mean I can get a power adapter which produces anything between 12-24 volts?

For both 2 and 3 Ive seen some websites that indicatge all  NUCs have them but I just wanted to confirm as its not in the spect

 

 

Many thanks

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n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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Here are my responses,

  1. You can use any power adapter that provides the required wattage and is within the required voltage range. I recommend that you stick to something that provides 19V. If, for example, you said that you were going to run it off a battery, I would recommend that you use a buck converter that will output a consistent 19V to the NUC.
  2. No, I do not believe that the board-level product comes with integrated wireless support. You can add one yourself; the board has a M.2 2230 Type E connector for just this purpose.
  3. No, I do not believe that the product comes with integrated IR support. That is a multimedia feature and this product is targeted at business usage models.

Last time that I looked, I only saw a product code for purchasing a 5-pack of boards. It is possible that particular storefronts are purchasing 5-packs and selling individual boards, but there may be warranty issues in this case. Check before purchase.

Hope this helps,

...S

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n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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Here are my responses,

  1. You can use any power adapter that provides the required wattage and is within the required voltage range. I recommend that you stick to something that provides 19V. If, for example, you said that you were going to run it off a battery, I would recommend that you use a buck converter that will output a consistent 19V to the NUC.
  2. No, I do not believe that the board-level product comes with integrated wireless support. You can add one yourself; the board has a M.2 2230 Type E connector for just this purpose.
  3. No, I do not believe that the product comes with integrated IR support. That is a multimedia feature and this product is targeted at business usage models.

Last time that I looked, I only saw a product code for purchasing a 5-pack of boards. It is possible that particular storefronts are purchasing 5-packs and selling individual boards, but there may be warranty issues in this case. Check before purchase.

Hope this helps,

...S

RobBrighton
Beginner
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