acceed: Nuvo-5026E with several specifiable options

The latest development from the embedded PC 5000 series at Acceed is the Nuvo-5026E. The series is characterised by its high customisability with reference to output, equipment, storage options and I/O extensions for data communication. The German distributor Acceed offers its special customer-specific service of ready assembly, thus providing tested devices ready for direct use, also in large quantities up to a rollout of several hundred systems per week. With its two PCIe slots, the new Novo-5026E is, for example, well suited for the modernisation of already existing but outdated applications with a high-performance, compact solution.

The most frequently named requirements of modern embedded PCs are flexibility and customisability. Therefore, controllers with extension slots are in particular demand. The models in the new Nuvo-5026E series also incorporate two PCIe slots and can therefore be used for a large number of specialised tasks. In order to enable fast and easy exchange, the two slots are easily accessible in the patented expansion cassette, without it being necessary to dismantle the system.

Ten processors with different CPU output are available for selection in the individual Nuvo-5026E models, starting with the Celeron G3900TE with 2MB cache up to the core i7-6700 with 8MB cache and 3.4/4.0 GHz. All models offer 32GB type DDR4 storage on two SODIMM sockets. Numerous interfaces and I/O functions (6 x GbE, 4 x USB 3.0, 4 x USB 2.0, 3 COM ports) enable the connection and controlling of external devices.

Application-specific I/O functions can be implemented as good value extensions with optional Mezzanine cards (MezIO modules with serial interfaces or digital I/O interfaces). For the connection of size 2.5” SSD or HDD hard disks, two internal SATA ports are available with RAID support, an additional external mSATA connection extends the storage options which can be generously dimensioned. In addition to the common DVI/HDMI and VGA video interfaces, two universal display ports support 4K2K resolutions up to 4096 x 2160 pixels.

Together with its patented cassette technology, its innovative thermal design ensures effective discharge of the heat. The nonetheless highly compact controller (240 x 225 x 111 mm) allows operation with corresponding CPU line settings at ambient temperatures of up to 75°C. With its customisability, high-performance, reliability and robustness, the Nuvo-5026E provides the ideal platform for demanding industrial applications.


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