Rugged Box PC with IP65 for Mobile Applications
- Extremely robust with IP65
- -40 to +85°C operating temperature, fanless
- All external interfaces on M12 connectors
- Compliant to EN 50155 (railways)
- Compliant to ISO 7637-2 (E-mark for automotive)
- Compliant to EN 60945 (ship)
- MVB interface, wireless communication
Tailor-Made and Extremely Robust Design
Certifiable to railway standard EN 50155 or EN 60945 for shipping and conforming to the E-mark for the automotive sector (ISO 7637-2) the BC50R with protection class IP65 is ideal for use in extreme environments in vehicles.
The BC50R is powered by a powerful energy-efficient AMD Embedded G-Series APU. The combination of the various CPU/GPU options with the available selection of external interfaces (realized via separate graphics and I/O interface boards within the system) makes for an extremely flexible system design that can quickly be tailored to a vast number of applications.
Inside the system two PCI Express Mini card slots with two SIM card slots offer WLAN, GNSS or 3G/4G functionality. The necessary antenna connectors can be made available at the front panel.
The BC50R is equipped with 2 GB of DDR3 SDRAM and offers SD card and mSATA slots. The system is designed for fanless operation at temperatures from -40 to +70°C (+85°C for up to 10 minutes). Its extremely robust aluminum housing protects the internal electronics.
The BC50R supports either a 24 VDC and 36 VDC nom. (10 to 50.4 V) class S2 power supply in compliance with EN 50155 or power supplies which comply with ISO 7637-2 (E-mark for automotive) (nominal input voltage 24 V) or with EN 60945 (ship).
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