Axiomtek, one of the worldwide leaders in the production of reliable industrial solutions, presents eBOX626-311-FL, a fanless embedded computer with an impressive number of I/O ports, excellent performance, and quite an affordable price for a device of its class.
The new eBOX626-311-FL is based on a modern, energy-efficient quad-core Intel Atom x5-E3940 CPU, codenamed Apollo Lake. Intel HD Graphics 500 is integrated into the processor and supports OpenGL, DirectX, and graphics burst frequency up to 600 MHz. eBOX626-311-FL has one 204-pin SO-DIMM slot for up to 8 GB DDR3L SO-DIMM RAM with a frequency of 1866 MHz.
The eBOX626-311-FL embedded computer provides all the necessary interfaces for integration into a modern computing system. Most of its ports are located on the panel, making it much easier to install and connect cables in tight spaces.
eBOX626-311-FL I/O interfaces:
Two RJ-45 LAN connectors for redundant LAN connection, six USB-A ports for peripheral devices, one VGA and one HDMI for image output, three serial ports with 1x RS232 and 2x RS232/422/485 interfaces and DB-9 connectors, four external antenna holes, power connector (terminal block) supporting 9 to 36 VDC and a power button, audio line-out and microphone input and AT/ATX mode switch which allows turning on the computer by voltage supply without using the power button, if necessary.
There is one 2.5" SATA bay for HDD/SSD with a maximum thickness of 9.5 mm and one mini PCI-Express slot (the mSATA logical interface is activated in the BIOS) supporting storage devices up to 1 Terabyte.
The new eBOX626-311-FL is best suited for working in wireless Wi-Fi networks and connecting to 3G/LTE mobile Internet. To realize it to the fullest capacity, communication modules are installed in mini PCI-Express slots, and up to four external antennas are brought out through the holes in the side panel of the chassis.
The new eBOX626-311-FL industrial computer from Axiomtek company is a compact and reliable solution featuring a wide range of I/O ports, extended temperature range, and an affordable price, which is suitable for computing tasks of average complexity, especially in a tight space environment.