Fanless extended temperature computer powered by Intel Atom D525 Dual Core 1.8GHz processor
May 16, 2012 // Julien Happich
Designed to operate in industrial temperature ranges and equipped with the latest generation of Intel Atom D525 Dual Core CPU, the NISE 2100A fanless extended temperature computer from Nexcom is well suited for a whole host of industrial computing applications within extreme environmental conditions.
The unit's D525 Dual Core 1.8GHz processor combined with a ICH8M chipset boasts 50% better performance than the previous generation of Atom N270 CPU, with only a small increase in power consumption. Housed in a rugged aluminum chassis, the NISE 2100A will operate in a wide range of temperatures, from -20 to 70°C, capable of offering reliable and noiseless performance in the severe environmental conditions usually associated with factory automation, industrial automation or transportation automation. Other features include a DDR3 SO-DIMM socket, a DDR3 800 2G memory module support, Dual Intel 1000/ 100/ 10 Mbps LAN ports, four USB2.0 ports and 1x VGA connector, one DB15 GPIO connector, four RS232 and two RS232/ 422/ 485 with auto flow control. An external CF socket and one external SIM card holder complete the unit which operates with a 9 to 36V DC input.
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