This fanless computer for embedded applications features an Intel Atom processor E3845 chipset. The quad-core CPU allows simultaneous stable high-speed processing for four applications. This translates to almost four times the speed of conventional products and three times the graphics performance. Moreover, power consumption has been significantly reduced, resulting in nearly double the power efficiency compared with the previous generation's architecture. This resource-saving PC helps you design more compact, energy efficient equipment to reduce operating costs and to promote energy efficiency.
Design that meets safety standards
This computer is designed to comply with the VCCI, FCC, CE safety standards and it has been UL certified for Europe and the U.S.
Fanless design that reduces maintenance work
This computer's fanless design eliminates the heat dissipating slit and CPU fan and features a CFast card for storage. There is no need to worry about dust or foreign object ingress, or about spare parts that degrade over time.
Safety design required for embedded applications
It is possible to use the WF*1 function of OS For Windows Embedded Standard or Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB 2016 installed in our computers. This is designed for the safety required for embedded applications, for example, for prohibiting unwanted writing to the CFast card with WF function. As a result, you can eliminate the concern about the writing limits to the CFast card and prevent an unintentional system alteration.
*1 EWF (Enhanced Write Filter) is a function of Windows Embedded Standard. UWF (Unified Write Filter) is a function of Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB 2016. They protect the disk from being actually written by redirecting the writing to RAM.
Remote power management function to reduce operation tasks: Supports system startup by external device over network (Wake-on-LAN), by general purpose input (power on by GPI), and by modem reception (power on by ring). This allows a significant saving in labor operating costs.
Major peripheral types are supported with rich interfaces including the two CFast card slots
This computer has a variety of extended interfaces, such as DVI-I x 1, 1000BASE-T x 2, USB3.0 x 1, USB2.0 x 5, serial (RS-232C) x 2, DIO x 1. It has two CFast card slots, providing the ability to separate data from the operating system, as well as the convenience of being able to use one slot for system startup and the other for maintenance, or for taking home system logs or collected data.
Falling-off prevention tools and fixing clamps provided to avoid problems caused by a disconnected cable
This computer prevents possible problems thanks to USB removal prevention fitting and cable clamp for connectors with no locking mechanism, such as USB cable, and with hardware to properly mount and avoid falling out of CFast card.