Fanless industrial box PC incorporates Intel CPUs

January 24, 2018 ECD Staff
Industrial Box PC support PoE features
Industrial Box PC support PoE features
Embedded Box PC with DIO ports
Embedded Box PC with DIO ports

TAICENN TBOX-3XX1 is rugged & compact, high-performance fanless industrial Box IPC model, it adapts Intel Skylake processors, having advanced computer performance and low power consumption. TBOX-3XX1 storage can support 1 *mSATA and 1* 2.5-inch SATA SSD or HDD; The TBOX-3XX0 BOX PC design provide several options for communication interface, with 5* GLAN ports (4 ports support PoE), 2* USB2.0 ports, 4* USB3.0 ports, 1* RS232, 1*(RS232/RS485) serial ports; The power input is 9~36V range, has over-current, over-voltage and reverse-polarity protection.

TAICENN TBOX-3XX1 uses full-sealed box construction, and it can prevent dust from entering the device system. Large aluminum fin heat sink can distribute the heat effectively and quickly, ensures the longer reliability and life-span of the system. TAICENN TBOX-3XX1 operating temp. is -20℃~+70℃, can be suitable for longer-time operating and harsh environment industrial application projects. Also TBOX-3XX1 can be optional with wide temp. -40℃~+70℃. TAICENN TBOX-3XX1 supports mainstream operating system, and it is also compatible with application software based on those operating systems. 

TAICENN TBOX-3XX1 is using compact design, is very suitable for machine vision or industrial network applications and projects, which request many PoE ports and USB communication interfaces.

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