Small, strong, robust! The world`s smallest embedded PCs with an extended temperature range from -30 to 75°C
AAEON has equipped the well-known 6403 and 6404 Boxer PCs with an optimised cooling concept. This gives the embedded PCs an even wider range of applications.
With the footprint of a piece of A6 paper, these ePC Boxers fit in the palm of your hand. Thanks to a height of only 29 mm, these tiny little PCs save lots of space in your application. And look smart too!
Equipped with the latest INTEL Bay Trail processors (1.58 GHz Dual Core or 2.0 GHz Quad Core), these computers offer maximum performance. Since the processors are sourced from the INTEL Industrial Roadmap, they can be expected to be available until at least 2020. They also offer adequate room for expansion as well as all the necessary interfaces.
Thanks to the low power loss of the processor, as well as the sophisticated cooling concept, the new ePC Boxers enable a fanless design with no moving parts. With a temperature range of -30 to 75 °C the computers can also be reliably run under extreme conditions.
The Boxer-6403WT is equipped with up to 8 GByte DDR3L memory. The operating system and data storage are run on a modern flash drive: mSata in "half-size"!
Additional features, such as WiFi, are also available via "full-size" mini cards.
A modern HDMI display interface is a bonus on top of 4 x COM, 2 x LAN, 1 x USB 3.0and 3 x USB 2.0. AAEON has specially selected locked RJ45 connectors and provides the corresponding cables.
Special features of the new model: 6 x digital I/O – including two galvanically isolated I/O.
Power is supplied via an external 12-VDC power unit.
For mounting purposes, VESA adapters or DIN rail brackets are available.
Additional variants include AEC-6402 (with CAN bus, mini HMDI) or AEC-6401 (Intel N2600 less than 3.5 watts). Also available with WiFi!
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