Fanless Embedded System with LGA1151 9th/8th Gen Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3, Celeron®, Pentium®, and Xeon® Processor for Vehicle PC
E-Mark Certified and user friendly Vehicle PC
UST510-52B-FL is powered by the LGA1151 Intel® Xeon®, 9th/8th generation Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3, Celeron® or Pentium® processor with up to 65W TDP and has the Intel® C246 chipset. IP cameras can be installed directly without an extra PoE switch, which is both cost efficient and saves installation space onboard. It’s equipped with Smart Ignition power control to protect the battery from unstable voltages. Two HDMI and VGA ports support three surveillance monitors to provide drivers and commuters with timely and accurate on-road and traffic-related information. UST510-52B-FL is ideal for in-vehicle applications such as onboard security surveilance, fleet monitoring and passenger infotainment systems.
CE, FCC and E-Mark certified
LGA1151 9th/8th Gen Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3, Celeron®, Pentium® and Xeon® processor (up to 65W) with Intel® C246 (Coffee Lake)
Fanless and wide operating temperatures from -40°C to +70°C
Up to 8 GbE PoE port by RJ-45 connector type
Supports M.2 Key B and M.2 Key E for wireless communication module
Smart Ignition for power on/off schedule, vehicle battery protection and different power mode
Convenient 2 hot-swappable HDD/SSD slots and flexible I/O windows
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