TAICENN New Released industrial and embedded Box IPC

October 9, 2017 TAICENN
TAICENN TBOX-2410
TAICENN TBOX-2410
TAICENN TBOX-2512
TAICENN TBOX-2512

After several months (Half-years) development, TAICENN finally released a catalogue of new CPU solution BOX PC.

So now, TAICENN is supplying:

1- Old Intel Baytrail J1900 and J1800 CPU solutions,

The model: TBOX-231X and TBOX-232X;

2- New Intel Apollo lake J3455 and J3355 CPU solutions,

The model: TBOX-241X and TBOX-242X;

3- New Intel Broadwell i3-5010U, i5-5200U and i7-5500U CPU solutions,

The model: TBOX-251X, TBOX-252X and TBOX-253X;

4- New Intel Skylake i3-6100U, i5-6200U and i7-6500U CPU solutions,

The model: TBOX-261X, TBOX-262X and TBOX-263X.

To each CPU solution, we have three options on communication interface for different applications and projects, such as COM ports, USB ports… All these three options have the very similar BOX structures and appearance.To TAICENN BOX PC series, X means different options on communication interface.

We take TBOX-251X as a example.

TBOX-2511 has no COM ports, 4* USB3.0 ports;

TBOX-2510 has 6* RS232, 4* USB 3.0 and 2* USB 2.0 ports;

TBOX-2512 has 6 RS232/RS485/RS422, and 4* USB 3.0 ports; RS485/422 support self-adaptive.

We TAICENN hope these new products can fulfill more applications and projects to our customers. Besides these new products, we have also supported some customized products to special projects these few months, including touch panel PC and industrial display.

Thank you for your support and cooperation!

For product: sales@taicenn.com

For technical: support@taicenn.com

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