Axiomtek announced its newest EN 60601-1 certified 10.4” medical-grade panel PC, the MPC102-845. This compact medical ...
Axiomtek announced the arrival of the tBOX500-510-FL, a modular powerful fanless embedded system featuring vehicle, railway and marine-related certifications...
The extremely compact embedded IoT gateway is designed to be a ready-to-deploy platform for a wide variety of critical industrial IoT applications. It supports extended operating temperature ranging from -40°C to 70°C, and can withstand vibration up to 5G. Its flexible wide voltage range 9V - 48V DC power input with a lockable terminal block type connector also enhances its reliability in harsh environments.
The RISC-based IFB125 is offering customers with high-performing, stable, and reliable technologies for remote control and remote monitoring management applications such as unmanned control room, industrial automation, automatic parking lot, traffic cabinet, etc.
While measuring only 31 x 100 x 125 mm, the IFB125 comes with rich I/O connections including one RS-232/422/485 port, two 10/100 Mbps LAN ports, one USB 2.0 port, one 2-IN/1-OUT DIO, I2C, and SPI. LED indicators on the front panel show the status of the device. The industrial grade DIN-rail embedded box PC has Yocto embedded Linux to provide an open standard operating system for software program development.
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