Rugged Intel computer for military, surveillance, and factory automation introduced by Portwell
FREMONT, Calif., 5 Dec. 2014. American Portwell Technology Inc. in Fremont, Calif., is introducing the WEBS-3581 high-performance rugged fanless Box PC for a broad range of military, digital security surveillance, medical, factory and industry automation, and retail applications.
The WEBS-3581 rugged computer is powered by the 4th generation Intel CoreT processor with integrated HD4600 graphic engine, and can support triple display with high-resolution.
The WEBS-3581 achieves low power consumption by using a 35-Watt Intel desktop CPU and Intel Q87 chipset. The Mini-ITX embedded board drives the WEBS-3581 system with more combined options for specific functions, such as high-demand graphic applications.
The system supports dual-channel DDR3 memory to 16 gigabytes. It also provides two 2.5-inch SATA solid-state drives and one SATA DOM for storage. Furthermore, the WEBS-3581 Box PC has three independent display interfaces (VGA/HDMI/DisplayPort), six COM ports (two RS-232/422/485 ports and four RS-232 ports), four USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports, two Gigabit Ethernet ports, one 8 bits GPIO port, and Mic-in/Line-in/Line-out audio interfaces.
For the wireless function, the optional WiFi or 3G/GPS module can be added via a mini PCI Express slot. The rugged computer operates in temperatures from -20 to 50 degrees Celsius, and is suitable for factory and industrial automation. It has an input voltage range from 12 to 36 volts.
For more information contact American Portwell online at www.portwell.com.