Fanless Embedded System with LGA1151 Socket 7th/6th Gen Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3 & Celeron®
Processor, Intel® Q170, HDMI, DVI-D, VGA, 8-CH PoE, 6 USB and 24 VDC
The eBOX671-517-FL supports 8-port Gigabit PoE and able to work under harsh temperatures. Its eight Gigabit PoE ports allow multiple cabling to cameras and any PoE power device; and, the eBOX671-517-FL is specifically designed for security surveillance, optical inspection, and edge computing applications. This rugged NVR embedded box PC is powered by the 7th/6th generation Intel® Core™ (Kaby Lake/Skylake) or Intel® Celeron® processors with a 35W/65W TDP and comes with Intel® Q170 chipset.
The eBOX671-517-FL comes in great expansion possibilities, including a flexible I/O module slot with a wide selection of PCIe Mini modules and four PCI Express Mini Card slots. It also has two front-accessible SIM slots and four SMA-type antenna connectors. For storage, this high performance fanless embedded system has two SATA HDD drive bays with a height of up to 15 mm and one optional mSATA for RAID 0 and 1. Moreover, the embedded device supports two non-ECC 260-pin DDR4 SO-DIMM slots for up to 32GB of system memory.
7th/6th gen Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3 & Celeron® processors (35W/65W) and Intel® Q170
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