Embedded industrial PC series for harsh environments

The MXC-6400 series of high-performance expandable fanless embedded computers is designed to meet intelligent transportation system (ITS) needs for rolling stock, maritime operations, in-vehicle infotainment, and high-speed data processing, and mission-critical industrial automation.


Adlink Technology's MXC-6400 series of high-performance expandable fanless embedded computers is designed to meet intelligent transportation system (ITS) needs for rolling stock, maritime operations, in-vehicle infotainment, and high-speed data processingAdlink Technology's MXC-6400 Series of high-performance expandable fanless embedded computers features 6th generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3 processors and the QM170 chipset. The MXC-6400 series is designed to meet intelligent transportation system (ITS) needs for rolling stock, maritime operations, in-vehicle infotainment, and high-speed data processing, and mission-critical industrial automation. The MXC-6400 series is equipped with 4x 2.5-in. SATA III installation capability with RAID 0/1/5/10 support, via two hot-swappable 2.5-in. SATA III trays and two internal 2.5" SATA III ports, and one CFast socket. Storage maintenance burdens are relieved, and massive, flexible storage capacity combines with built-in data security.

The MXC-6400 Series simplifies ownership tasks such as installation and maintenance with a front-mounted input/output (I/O) array providing support for up to three independent displays via two DisplayPort and one DVI-I ports enabling up to 4K UHD resolution, two software-programmable RS-232/422/485 + two RS-232 ports, three Intel GbE ports with teaming function, and six USB 3.0 ports. The MXC-6400 series is useful for intelligent transportation operations such as passenger information and closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems for rail transport and maritime control centers. Its fanless rugged construction withstands up to 50G shock and 5Grms vibration and operating temperatures of -20 to 70 C for reliable operation in demanding environments.

Adlink Technology, Inc.

www.adlinktech.com 



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