1 Reply Latest reply on May 29, 2014 12:45 PM by allan_intel

    USB Busses

    trained_monkey

      OK so I've been using a second generation core I3 NUC (DC3217BY) as the brains of a robot and it works great but

      I've run into a bit of a limitation. I have a few high bandwidth sensors Kinect, Laser scanner etc but the second gen nuc

      only has a single USB bus handling all the ports and I can't run all the sensors at full speed/resolution. I was wondering

      if anyone could confirm how many busses the 3rd Gen Haswell based NUC have available?

       

      Thanks

       

      Richard

        • 1. Re: USB Busses
          allan_intel

          Thanks for joining the NUC community.

          I understand you are connecting this NUC for robot project

          I would like to know what exactly you call USB busses. Are you referring to Host controllers? Or how many devices can you hook to this unit through USB port?

          See product specifications here on page 24:

          http://downloadmirror.intel.com/21958/eng/D33217CK_TechProdSpec06.pdf


          Intel NUC Board D33217CK Technical Product Specification

          1.7 USB

          The board supports seven USB 2.0 ports. The port arrangement is as follows:

          • Three front panel ports (via one dual-port internal header and one front panel

          connector)

          • Two ports are implemented with vertical back panel connectors

          • One port is reserved for the PCI Express Half-Mini Card

          • One port is reserved for the PCI Express Full-Mini Card

          All seven USB 2.0 ports are high-speed, full-speed, and low-speed capable

           

          Allan.