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Fanless quad-core SBC takes on wide temperature ranges

08 May 2015  | Julien Happich

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Advantech MIO-2263

Based on the Intel Atom processor E3800 product family, the MIO-2263 single-board computer from Advantech comes in a 2.5in Pico-ITX (100mm x 72mm) form factor. The E3800 is the first SoC optimised for intelligent systems with quad core computing, and high graphics and media performance.

The fanless computer is designed for wide temperature ranges of between -40°C and 85°C. It incorporates built-in Intel AES New Instructions to enhance security and enable fast data encryption and decryption. It has a low thermal design power range from 6W to 10W and comes equipped with a flexible multiple I/O interface (MIOe expansion slot) which can extend additional functions easily. The board is suitable for image processing, digital signage with secure delivery, interactive clients with high I/O connectivity, industrial control systems and portable devices. It offers low maintenance and long life cycle till 2020.




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