Fanless embedded PC with dual core CPU is 35mm thick
November 29, 2011 // Julien Happich
Contec has released the BX110n BOX Computer series for embedded controllers, equipped with power-saving Dual Core CPU, Intel Atom processor D510. A fanless embedded computer, the unit contains two 2.5-inch HDD/SDD, and offers a scalable range of interfaces including twin CF card slots in a small chassis that is only 35mm thick with an A4-size footprint.
The unit supports the simultaneous processing of four threads (CPU usage), capable of running several applications in parallel, such as communication processing with other computers, actuator control, graphical screen display, and real-time processing. The BX110n series can be customized for use in various sectors, such as digital signage, in-vehicle and measurement control. The computer can be expanded with PCI/PCI Express boards, it supports a wide range of power supplies from 10.8 to 31.2 VDC.
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