Vecow Launches RMS-1000 Series 1U Rackmount In-vehicle Computing System

January 8, 2020 Perry Cohen

Vecow announced the release of its RMS-1000 Series, 1U Rackmount fanless in-vehicle Computer System. The computer system, which is powered by 8th Gen Intel Core U-series processor (Whiskey Lake), features interfaces and industrial-grade reliability. Vecow RMS-1000 Series aims at in-vehicle and railway-oriented applications including ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System), in-vehicle surveillance, fleet management, traffic control, passenger infotainment system, and AIoT/Industry 4.0 applications.

Featuring single-side front I/O interfaces including 8 GigE LAN, 4 USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10G), 2 serial, and dual display (DP+DVI), the RMS-1000 Series supports high-speed data transfer for UHD video content with 4K resolution and digital data from cameras. To keep a moving vehicle with connectivity, RMS-1000 Series provides Mini PCIe slot that allows to support 5G/WiFi/4G/3G/LTE/GPRS/UMTS connections by a SIM card slot.

With x-coded M12 lockable connectors and EN50155 compliance, the features used on rolling stock applications, the Series provides reliable communication in harsh environments. Additionally, support for 16V to 160V input with 500V surge protection is featured, preventing devices from.

For more information, visit www.vecow.com

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