Single-board computer for rugged, extended-temperature embedded computing introduced by ADL

SAN DIEGO, 17 March 2016. ADL Embedded Solutions Inc. in San Diego is introducing the ADLE3800HDC 3.5-inch single-board computer for rugged, extended-temperature embedded computing applications in industrial control and automation, as well as in-vehicle communications and infotainment systems in commercial transportation.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

SAN DIEGO, 17 March 2016. ADL Embedded Solutions Inc. in San Diego is introducing the ADLE3800HDC 3.5-inch single-board computer for rugged, extended temperature embedded computing applications in industrial control and automation, as well as in-vehicle communications and infotainment systems in commercial transportation.

The ADLE3800HDC is based on Intel's first System-on-Chip (SoC) E3800-series Atom processors which use Intel's 22-nanometer 3D Tri-gate process. The board also is suitable for rugged mobile computing in a variety floor and rugged industrial environments in transportation, energy, oil and gas, and similar industries.

The board offers superior compute performance and energy efficiency and Intel's 7th generation graphics engine for graphics performance. Improved power management capabilities result in standby power measured in milliwatts with days of standby time.

The ADLE3800HDC is a lower-I/O, lower-cost version of the ADLE3800HD offering M.2 (Type B) 2242 SATA storage and M.2 (Type B) 2280 PCIex1 expansion.

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Its graphics engine is capable of decoding 10 or more streams of 1080-pixel video, and has integrated hardware acceleration for video decode of H.264, MVC, VPG8, VC1/WMV9 and similar standards.

The ADLE3800HDC is ideal for systems with a thermal junction temperature ranging from -40 to 85 degrees Celsius. The IoT-Ready 3.5-inch computer board can be used in mobile/gateway computing.

For more information contact ADL Embedded Solutions online at www.adl-usa.com.

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