Lanner introduces V3 series of fanless, rugged vehicle gateway controllers

Lanner Electronics launches next-generation rugged, fanless V3 Series vehicle gateway controllers – V3G and V3S. While V3G is targeted for smart bus implementation, including fleet management and passenger information display, V3S aims at video surveillance, recording and analytics. The V3 series gateways can operate under wide temperature range (-40~70°C), indicating their excellent reliability in harsh environment.

V3G and V3S feature the new generation 14 nm Intel Atom x7-E3950 SoC. This processor consumes low volume of power and offers performance upgrade for vehicle computing needs from previous generation of Atom processors. V3G boasts an abundance of I/O peripheral connectivity including 2 x serial COM ports, 2 x video output by DVI-D, USB and Digital I/O ports, 2 x RJ-45 LAN ports and SATA/mSATA storage options. To enable wireless network connectivity, V3G offers 2 x mini-PCIe sockets with swappable SIM slot supporting 3G/4G/LTE cellular communications. In addition, the compact system comes with an option of CAN bus for concerns of driving behavior analysis.

Designed for In-vehicle Surveillance NVR, the V3S offers 2 x GbE RJ45 ports plus 4 x RJ-45 PoE ports for IP camera connection, and removable 2.5”HDD/SSD drive bay for storage. For wireless connectivity, V3S is internally built with 1 x full-sized Mini-PCIe with dual SIM card reader, 1 x half-sized Mini-PCIe, and 1 x external Mini-PCIe 3.0 with dual SIM card readers.

Since vehicles are constantly in motion, non-flat road surfaces may be frequently encountered. By taking this into considerations, V3 Series is compliant with E13 standard and has passed MIL-STD-810G shock and vibration resistance certifications to ensure proper operations when traveling on non-flat surfaces. Temperature is another concern when installed within a vehicle interior. Therefore, V3 Series is built to support wide temperature range, from -40 to 70°C.


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