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Axiomtek Announces eBOX626-311-FL Fanless Embedded System Powered by Atom

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Axiomtek - a world-renowned leader relentlessly devoted in the research, development and manufacture of series of innovative and reliable industrial computer products of high efficiency - is pleased to announce the eBOX626-311-FL, its new slim-type fanless embedded system powered by the Intel Atom processor x5-E3940. The fanless embedded box PC was designed to operate reliably in industrial environments - with an IP40-rated enclosure, extended -40°C to +60°C support, and 3 Grms vibration resistance. To ensure system security, it utilizes the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.2 function. The embedded box computer eBOX626-311-FL is well-suited for industrial controllers, intelligent robotic control, intelligent gateway systems, smart kiosks, visual inspection and data visualization.

"The eBOX626-311-FL is a highly-integrated platform with high performance, abundant I/O connectivity and high reliability. The fanless embedded box PC has a wide voltage input and supports an 11 ms interruption to prevent an unexpected power outage. The wide temperature settings and 3Grms vibration resistance along with IP40-rated rugged aluminium extrusion and steel case makes it solid and durable in harsh environments," said Annie Fu, product manager of Product PM Division at Axiomtek."



The eBOX626-311-FL has one 204-pin DDR3L-1866 SO-DIMM socket for up to 8 GB of memory. The quad-core embedded platform comes with multi-functional I/O interfaces, including two RS-232/422/485 ports, one RS-232 port, four USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, two Gigabit Ethernet ports with Intel Ethernet Controller I211-AT, one audio port, one VGA port, one lockable HDMI port and four SMA-type antenna connectors. Furthermore, the eBOX626-311-FL supports two full-size PCI Express Mini Card slots for WLAN/WWAN/mSATA modules as well as a SIM card socket. It is equipped with one 2.5" SATA HDD and one mSATA for additional storage to expand functionality. Additionally, it supports an AT/ATX quick switch, allowing users to change power modes with a single click.

The eBOX626-311-FL provides intelligent remote manageability features with support for Axiomtek's exclusive AMS.AXView software. The Intel Atom-based system supports Windows 10 IoT and Linux operating systems. Its flexible mounting options include VESA mount, wall mount and DIN-rail mount. Moreover, the eBOX626-311-FL supports a wide range 9 V to 36 V DC power input with over-voltage protection (OVP), under-voltage protection (UVP) and short current protection (SCP) to avoid a fatal accident or an event.

Axiomtek's eBOX626-311-FL will be available in September 2020 for purchase.

Advanced Features:
  • Intel Atom processor x5-E3940 (code name: Apollo Lake)
  • One 204-pin DDR3L-1866 SO-DIMM for up to 8 GB of memory
  • Supports two GbE LAN, three COM and six USB ports
  • Supports one 2.5" SATA drive bay and mSATA
  • Supports Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.2
  • Two PCI Express Mini Card slots and one SIM card slot
  • Wide operating temperature range from -40 to 60°C
  • Supports AMS.AXView intelligent remote device monitoring software for IIoT

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The quoted 11ms holdup time is not significant as the ATX standard specifies a minimum of 10ms.
20-22ms (60 to 50Hz) for a power supply would be significant to cover a full cycle interruption.

To put things into perspective:
A standby UPS using batteries has <10ms to transfer output.
A generator may take 12 to 20 seconds to reach full output capacity (over 1091 times the 11ms).
 
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