Taipei, Friday, Aug 18, 2017, 16:40

Technology Front

Axiomtek’s Micro-sized DIN-rail IIoT Gateway for Entry Level Applications

Published: Jan 23,2017

854 Read

Axiomtek introduced the ICO100, a DIN-rail fanless embedded system designed to support the low-power Intel Atom x5-E3930 processor (formerly codename: Apollo Lake).

More on This

Axiomtek’s COM Express Type 10 Mini Module Offers High Graphics Capability- CEM311

Axiomtek introduces the CEM311, its COM Express Type 10 Mini module featuring Intel Apollo Lake processor, high graphics capabilities...

Axiomtek COM Express Type 10 Mini Module Offers High Graphics Capability

Axiomtek introducied the CEM311, its COM Express Type 10 Mini module featuring Intel Apollo Lake processor, high graphics capabilities...

This DIN-rail industrial IoT gateway supports one DDR3L SO-DIMM slot with up to 8 GB system memory. Its proven rugged construction ensures reliable operation in harsh environments with an extended temperature range of -20°C to 70°C and anti-vibration up to 2G. Additionally, the wide range 12V-24V DC power input with a lockable terminal block type connector is suitable for industrial automation fields. The overvoltage and reverse protection lowers the risk of crucial data loss. The outstanding Intel Atom-based ICO100 is a perfect solution for industrial IoT applications such as smart factory automation and smart energy.

The DIN-rail industrial IoT gateway offers an outstanding price/performance ratio with good quality. It comes with sufficient I/O connectivity while measuring only 31 x 100 x 125 mm. The I/O interfaces include two RS-232/422/485 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, one Gigabit Ethernet, one VGA and one DIO. Furthermore, the Intel Apollo Lake-based ICO100 is equipped with two PCI Express Mini Card slots, one for mSATA storage card and another for 3G/GPRS/Wi-Fi connections.

This micro-sized DIN-rail embedded system runs well with Windows 10 IoT and Linux. It also supports Axiomtek’s exclusive AXView 2.0 software, offering smart hardware monitoring and remote management features.

comments powered by Disqus