Rugged Intel Atom-based fanless rugged embedded computing system introduced by DFI Tech

SACRAMENTO, Calif., 26 Sept. 2016. DFI Technologies LLC in Sacramento, Calif., is introducing the EC700-BT SWaP-optimized fanless rugged embedded computing system with the Intel Atom E3845 quad core 1.91 GHz processor and 4 gigabytes of DDR3L ECC on-board memory.

Sep 26th, 2016
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

SACRAMENTO, Calif., 26 Sept. 2016. DFI Technologies LLC in Sacramento, Calif., is introducing the EC700-BT SWaP-optimized fanless ruggedembedded computing system with the Intel Atom E3845 quad core 1.91 GHz processor and 4 gigabytes of DDR3L ECC on-board memory.

The lightweight fanless system is rugged enough to meet MIL-STD-810F (514-5C-2) for vibration and can handle 15G half sine wave of shock for 11 milliseconds in three axes.

The versatile EC700 can be wall-mounted or VESA-mounted and supports expansion for 3 Mini PCI Express, 1 mSATA storage, 1 SIM card, and 1 microSD.

There also is I/O of 8-bit DIO, 4 serial ports, 5 USB, 2 WiFi antenna holes, 1 VGA, 1 HDMI, and 2 LAN.

DFI Tech provides fanless computers as well as forced-air-cooled and small-form-factor (SFF) computing systems. The company also offers industrial motherboards, single-board computers, and COM Express modules.

For more information contact DFI Technologies online at www.dfitech.com.

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