Embedded PC weigh less than 3lbs.
Saelig Company, Inc. announces the Amplicon Impact-E D 100--a compact, fan-less embedded PC powered by the latest quad core ATOM[TM] processor, the Intel[R] ATOM[TM] E3845. This small (6.3" x 3.2" x 5.7") and lightweight (less than 3lb) controller is ideal for installations requiring high reliability and where space is at a premium. With a typical power draw of 10W, this embedded system can be powered by either a battery or solar panel when installed in remote installations. Amplicon has carefully chosen the components and CPU family to ensure optimal performance vs. heat and power consumption, so that it will control equipment 24/7 with many years of maintenance-free operation.
For more information, visit www.amplicon.com.
The Intel[R] ATOM[TM] E3845 processor embraces advanced technologies such as the Intel[R] Gen.7 graphics engine, high bandwidth DDR3L 1333MHz memory, Burst Technology 2.0, dynamic power sharing and quad-core power, with 64-Bit OS compatibility as standard.
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|Title Annotation:||LEADING OFF: NOTABLE PRODUCTS for your projects|
|Publication:||ECN-Electronic Component News|
|Date:||Sep 1, 2015|
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