Fanless Embedded System with Intel® Celeron® Processor J1900, VGA, HDMI,
4 COM, 6 USB, Dual Expansion Slots and 9 to 36 VDC Input
The eBOX638-842-FL is powered by the quad-core Intel® Celeron® J1900 processor 2.0 GHz onboard. The rugged embedded system is equipped with a DDR3L -1066/1333 SO-DIMM slot for up to 8GB system memory.
It is specially designed to offer great expandability with one I/O module slot and two PCI/PCIe expansion slots. The integrated Intel® HD Graphics engine also advances the graphics performance for this dual-view supported system.
The eBOX638-842-FL is feature-rich and highly expandable and customizable. It has a customizable I/O module slot for additional LAN ports, COM ports, USB ports, or any kinds of I/O connectors depending on user requirements.
Furthermore, two PCI slots can support a variety of applications such as motion and vision control. In addition, it is designed to withstand a wide operating temperature range from -10°C to +55°C and has a wide power input of 9VDC to 36VDC to operate in factory environments or any kinds of automation applications
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