Rugged industrial embedded computer with Intel Atom D510 processor introduced by Moxa

BREA, Calif., 7 March 2013. Moxa Inc. in Brea, Calif., is introducing the DA-681 rugged industrial embedded computer for hardened networking, communications, and computing applications. The all-purpose substation computer is for smart grids and other industrial computing applications.

Rugged industrial embedded computer with Intel Atom D510 processor introduced by Moxa
Rugged industrial embedded computer with Intel Atom D510 processor introduced by Moxa

BREA, Calif., 7 March 2013. Moxa Inc. in Brea, Calif., is introducing the DA-681 rugged industrial embedded computer for hardened networking, communications, and computing applications. The all-purpose substation computer is for smart grids and other industrial computing applications.

Features like the Intel Atom D510 processor and a fanless design merge in the DA-685 with six RS-485 terminal block ports, two RS-232/422/485 software-selectable serial ports, two USB 2.0 ports, six 10/100/1000-megabit-per-second Ethernet ports. Data storage comes from a CompactFlash socket and one SATA interface.

The DA-685 supports the IEEE 1588v2 standard as an ordinary clock, allowing for sub-microsecond syncing. The unit is EMC Level 4 certified to withstand extreme levels of electromagnetic interference.

The DA-685 comes in a standard 19-inch, 2U high form factor. Software support includes Linux or Windows Embedded Standard 2009 operating systems, which are pre-installed.

For more information contact Moxa online at www.moxa.com.

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