ARBOR: RISC-based Panel PC for IoV, IIoT applications

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first_imgARBOR introduced the new IoT-800N RISC-based panel PC with built-in OBD II for vehicle application. With Rich I/O and wireless options, the IoT-800N is a suitable device for fleet management, driver fatigue monitoring and Industrial Automation. The IoT-800N is powered by Rockchip PX30 ARM-Based processor. With 2GB of soldered-on DDR4 memory, this new quad-core processor translates to a 45% performance improvement over the previous generation.In fleet management, IoT-800N’s built-in OBD II function can communicate with the in-vehicle applications, such as display status information and data collection. The data can easily transmit to the cloud or server for monitoring management and analysis.The new IoT-800N integrated all-in-one LTE module that enables GPS and voice-call to immediately communicate with the fleet management without the need of additional devices.Using an onboard 8 megapixel camera, the IoT-800N can be used in fleet management for driver fatigue monitoring to help reduce safety risks. For wireless connectivity, IoT-800N is capable of supporting Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, GPS and LTE.The new 8 inch touch display is the perfect size to provide operators a better viewing angle and brightness range to allow for more flexibility on mounting and placement designs. IoT-800N can withstand operating temperatures between -20-70°C. Wide-range power input and IGN power management allows for versatile usability in various industrial scenarios. The IoT-800N has built-in RS232/422/485 COM ports, 3x DI/DO, USB ports and a LAN port and also supports large capacity MicroSD Cards up to 128GB, suitable for Industrial Automation.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Boards & Modules Continue Reading Previous Advantech unveils 1U desktop system EPC-T2286Next Abaco, RTI and Wind River partner on COTS DO-254 and DO-178C solution for airborne systemslast_img

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