Railway Embedded Box PC

Interworld Electronics has released the AEV-6357VS Intel Core i7-3517UE based embedded controller from Aaeon.

The AEV-6357VS is a high performance Railway Certified embedded PC featuring fanless operation, compact size and robust construction. The AEV-6357VS has passed extensive environmental testing and conforms to the EN50155 and EN45545 standards for electronic equipment used on rolling stock.

AEV-6357VS is supplied with an Intel i7-3517UE multi-core processor to provide a state-of-the-art embedded computing platform. The AEV-6357VS is equipped with two SODIMM sockets supporting up to 16GB of DDR3 system memory, two Gigabit RJ-45 Ethernet connectors, two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports four RS-232/422/485 ports (one isolated) for communication. Two removable 2.5″ SATA 3.0 hard drives can be internally mounted for operating system and data storage while an external CFast slot supports the next generation Compact Flash storage cards. Three full size Mini-Card slots are provided for system expansion. The AEV-6357VS features one VGA and one DVI-D video output allowing two video displays to be simultaneously connected.

All I/O connections can be locked down with bolts or M12 threaded connectors for increased reliability in high vibration environments.

The fanless design of the AEV-6357VS reduces the possibility of airborne corrosive or conductive materials entering the system while its rugged construction allows the AEV-6357VS to survive the constant shock and vibration common to rolling stock environments.

The AEV-6357VS be powered from a wide range of input voltages. Three models are available that have been certified to operate from 12~36 VDC, 16.5~75VDC and 43~160VDC power supplies.

The AEV-6357VS can operate in temperatures ranging from -40¡C to 70¡C and can withstand 85¡C for up to ten minutes. The AEV-6357VS is ideal for Transport Controller and Passenger Information Systems applications.

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