Rugged embedded computer for unmanned vehicles, industrial control introduced by X-ES

MIDDLETON, Wis., 28 March 2013. Extreme Engineering Solutions Inc. (X-ES) in Middleton, Wis., is introducing the XPand6103 fanless embedded box PC using the Intel Core i7 processor for small, rugged applications like unmanned vehicles.

Mar 28th, 2013
Rugged embedded computer for unmanned vehicles and industrial control introduced by X-ES
Rugged embedded computer for unmanned vehicles and industrial control introduced by X-ES

MIDDLETON, Wis., 28 March 2013. Extreme Engineering Solutions Inc. (X-ES) in Middleton, Wis., is introducing the XPand6103 fanless embedded rugged box computer using the Intel Core i7 processor for small, rugged applications like unmanned vehicles.

The XPand6103 is a maintenance-free high-performance embedded computer also is suited for environmentally challenging and space-constrained applications like industrial, vehicle, and rail transportation.

The XPand6103 support X-ES's line of rugged COM Express modules that integrate the most Intel Core i7 and Freescale QorIQ processors in a small and thermally efficient design. The computer has an internal 64 gigabytes Slim SATA SSD memory module.

The XPand6103 is equipped with several I/O interfaces through its rugged and environmentally sealed M12 connectors. The standard configuration includes DisplayPort++ video, two Gigabit Ethernet, USB, four CAN Bus, and RS-232/RS-422 ports.

The system can also be configured to provide as many as two 10 Gigabit Ethernet 10GBASE-T interfaces. With three internal PCI Express Mini slots and support for two external antennae, the XPand6103 offers additional I/O configurations, including WLAN, cellular, and GPS.

The XPand6103 can be used in most transportation applications without the need for additional power conditioning by supporting a wide nominal input voltage range and complying to the power specifications of SAE J1455, EN50155, ISO-7637-2, MIL-STD-1275, and MIL-STD-704.

The rugged box computer also complies with IEC61373, EN50155, and MIL-STD-810 shock and vibration requirements as well as the water immersion requirements of IP67. The XPand6103 operates in temperatures from -40 to 70 degrees Celsius.

For more information contact X-ES online at www.xes-inc.com.

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