Rugged box PC computer for mobile applications like railways introduced by AAEON
TAIPEI, Taiwan, 20 Jan. 2014. AAEON Technology in Taipei, Taiwan, is introducing the high-end AEV-6356 box PC for rugged mobile applications subject to extremes in shock, vibration, and temperatures such as railways.
The AAEON AEV-6356 rugged computer is for fanless embedded computing applications. It uses the Intel Core i7-3517UE processor and is EN50155-TX certified, which governs the operation, design, construction and testing of electronic equipment used on rail vehicles and in railway applications.
The rugged computer operates in temperatures from -40 to 70 degrees Celsius, and in temperatures as hot as 80 C for as long as 10 minutes. computer also adheres to vibration, anti-shock, and anti-drop regulations.
The AEV-6356 has an aluminum enclosure, isolated DI/O, and several power protections such as over-voltage protection, lower-voltage protection, surge voltage protection, and reverse voltage protection. The box computer also has rugged M12 connectors for LAN, serial, USB, and power ports.
The AEV-6356 can provide passenger entertainment systems, smart monitoring, and data connectivity to telemetry devices.
For more information contact AAEON Technology online at www.aaeon.com.