Fanless embedded computing appliance for industrial uses introduced by WIN Enterprises

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass., 28 April 2014. WIN Enterprises in North Andover, Mass., is introducing the PL-80550 fanless, small-form-factor embedded computing appliance for industrial or retail applications.

Apr 28th, 2014
Fanless embedded computing appliance for industrial uses introduced by WIN Enterprises
Fanless embedded computing appliance for industrial uses introduced by WIN Enterprises
NORTH ANDOVER, Mass., 28 April 2014. WIN Enterprises in North Andover, Mass., is introducing the PL-80550 fanless, small-form-factor embedded computing appliance for industrial or retail applications.

The unit has the Intel Atom D2550 processor and a choice of either 4 or 6 Gigabit Ethernet LAN with bypass function. The Intel Atom processor runs at 1.86 GHz with low power consumption at 10 Watts.

The D2550 processor is available in dual-core design. Both processor options are partnered with an Intel ICH10R I/O controller. Wi-Fi capability is optional.

The PL-80550 comes in a rugged aluminum chassis with six LAN throughput. The desktop-form-factor unit measures 8.2 by 5.9 by 1.5 inches, operates in temperatures from 0 to 40 degrees Celsius, and has variable weight.

System I/O includes 2x USB 2.0, and RJ-45 console port plus LED indicators to monitor power and storage activities for local system management, maintenance and diagnostics.

The PL-80550 supports one mini-card socket, and offers an optional onboard Cavium Nitrox Lite CN505 chip to provide hardware-level cryptographic acceleration. The device is RoHS, FCC and CE compliant.

For more information contact WIN Enterprises online at www.win-ent.com.

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