Backplane Systems Technology announces the release of a new range of
fanless embedded computers featuring ultra compact dimensions and powered by
Intel Atom and Pentium Apollo Lake processors.
The POC-300 Series from Neousys Technology is a fanless PC controller measuring
just 149 x 105 x 57mm, with a footprint equivalent to a 3.5-inch hard disk
drive. Powered by the new Intel Apollo Lake Pentium N4200 and Atom E3950 processors,
the POC-300 is capable of supporting a maximum of 8GB memory to meet the
demands of high performance applications. The isolated I/O provides users with connectivity
for digital devices, while the considered interior design minimises
compatibility and cabling issues.
Key features of the POC-300 fanless embedded computers include support
for rich I/O interfaces comprising of 4x COM ports, 4x USB ports (3x USB 3.0,
1x USB 2.0), 4x isolated digital I/Os, 2x PoE Gigabit Ethernet ports, 1x
Gigabit Ethernet port and 1x mSATA port; one Mini-PCIe slot with one USIM socket
for wireless requirements; DVI + VGA dual display outputs; front I/O access
DIN-mounting design; and compatibility with Neousys’ patented MezIO Expansion Module
System allowing users to add expandable modules to the system including extra COM
ports or an additional PCIe socket.
The performance-enhancing mechanical and thermal design of the POC-300
Series enables more efficient heat dissipation by utilising an aluminium alloy
chassis. Supporting industrial SSD storage, the POC-300 meets an extended operating
temperature range of -25¡C to +70¡C to suit harsh Australian environments.
For further information, contact Backplane
Systems Technology on (02) 9457 6400 or visit www.backplane.com.au.