Embedded box PC for machine vision and digital surveillance offers nine LAN ports and a powerful CPU

January 9, 2018 ECD Staff

AAEON as released the BOXER-6640M embedded box PC for machine vision and digital surveillance applications. The device supports high frames per second (FPS) cameras and dynamic facial recognition software.

The BOXER-6640M has nine LAN ports, a 6th or 7th Generation Intel Core Desktop Processor, and eight USB 3.0 ports to meet the growing demand for USB camera support. The fanless box PC runs in temperatures extending from -20oC to 50oC and has a DC Input operating range of 9-36V. The device features a remote power/reset switch, rugged housing that can be taken off by removing just six screws, and internal components that can be switched out and replaced. 

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