Neousys: compact fanless Embedded computer powered by Apollo-Lake Pentium N4200
Neousys Technology announced POC-300, an ultra-compact fanless embedded computer, featuring Intel Apollo-Lake Pentium N4200 or Atom x7-E3950 processor. As the latest member of Neousys’ ultra-compact POC series, it features a compact and rugged chassis with dimensions measuring just 56 x 153 x 108 mm. Designed for DIN rail mounting with front panel I/O port access, POC-300 is easy to setup and is ideal for industrial applications where space is limited or placed in a 19 inch server cabinet.
Neousys POC-300 utilizes Intel Atom x7-E3950 quad-core processor that features an updated 14nm microarchitecture, Ultra HD 4K resolution support and faster memory speeds (greater memory bandwidth) for efficient computing. It delivers up to more than 150% CPU performance and 300% GPU performance over previous E3800 series platform. For applications such as industrial automation, machine vision and real-time surveillance can all benefit from its higher throughput performance.
POC-300 provides rich I/O ports, it has one Gigabit Ethernet port, two 802.3at Gigabit PoE+ ports, two USB3.0 ports, two USB2.0 ports, one DVI-I connector for VGA + DVI dual video output, four COM ports and is compatible with Neousys’ MezIO interface. Neousys MezIO interface allows for the installation of an application-oriented I/O expansion module. The expansion module is a flexible and cost-effective way to customize an embedded system for dedicated applications.
As an industrial embedded computer, POC-300 can function under 100% CPU load, under wide temperature settings ranging from -25 to 70°C. It also accepts a wider range of power inputs from 8 to 35V DC and is fully tested for 24/7 operation in harsh environments. Neousys Technology POC-300 series will be ready for shipment in mid-May.