ADLINK Releases Ultra-Compact Fanless Quad-Core Embedded Computer
CHICAGO, IL: ADLINK Technology, provider of intelligent computing platforms announces the release of its cutting-edge MXE-200/200i Series, the ultra-compact fanless embedded platform based on Intel Atom SoC E3845/E3826 processors, delivering impressive computing performance.
The MXE-200/200i Series’ hardy aluminum housing withstands industrial grade EMI/EMS (EN 61000-6-4, 61000-6-2) and is fully operable under harsh conditions. The exceptionally rugged MXE-200/200i series combines controller and gateway functions in one unit, significantly reducing space/wiring and device cost.
ADLINK’s MXE-200/200i offers superior construction to withstand industrial grade EMI/EMS (EN 61000-6-4/EN 61000-6-2), making it a reliable embedded platform which can be used in harsh environments. The MXE-200/200i also optimizes MTBF with an extended operating temperature range of -20°C to 70°C, outstanding vibration/shock sustainability of 5 Grms and up to 100 G, and long-term availability.
Featuring two GbE LAN, two COM, two USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0 host ports, ADLINK’s MXE-200/200 provides four optional isolated DI and four isolated DO w/ interrupt support, dual mini PCIe slots with one mSATA support and USIM socket support communication with connections such as WiFi, BT, 3G and LTE, to ensure interoperability between systems and maximum industrial connectivity to meet specific industrial needs.
A full support for the Intel IoT Gateway, integrated Wind River Intelligent Device Platform XT, McAfee Embedded Control, and ADLINK’s proprietary Smart Embedded Management Agent (SEMA) Cloud solution all maximize manageability and security for the MXE-200i, protecting customer assets and increasing business value for a world of applications.
Additionally, ADLINK MXE-200 Series models, MXE-201 and MXE-202, are equipped with quad-core Intel Atom processor E3845 and dual-core Intel Atom processor E3826, respectively, and the MXE-202i with dual-core Intel Atom processor E3826 with Wind River IDP XT 2.0 preloaded.
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