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Micromax launches new Linux industrial computer for portable control

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Leading provider of industrial electronic products and automation solutions, Micromax announces a new generation of its ARM-based box computers.

The new Artila Matrix-516 industrial box computer is a small form-factor, Linux-ready computing platform that offers reliable 24/7 unattended control at low power consumption levels.

Ideal for a variety of industrial applications, including intelligent transportation systems, building automation, energy-saving systems and factory automation, the high performance Matrix-516 industrial computers are equipped with a 400MHz Atmel AT91SAM9G20 CPU, 64MB SDRAM and 128MB NAND Flash. 

Multiple I/O interfaces, including 2 LANS, 8x isolated RS-485 serial ports, 2x USB hosts, 1x micro-SD and 21x GPIOs ensure adaptability. The Matrix-516 offers easy development of C or C++ programs or web-based applications such as SQLite+ and PHP.

Feature highlights of the Matrix-516 industrial box computers also include a failsafe design, a scalable and configurable Linux environment, and Data Flash with a backup Linux file system for system recovery and startup if required. 

A pre-installed Linux OS, allowing users convenient operation via Telnet or FTP file transfer capability ensures portable control. Advanced customisation is also available upon request.

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