Fanless In-vehicle Controller

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Available with CAN bus, Gbe, PoE, 4G, 3G and WLAN interfaces

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Fanless In-vehicle Controller
Fanless In-vehicle Controller

The POC-351VTC from Acceed is a compact, fanless vehicle PC based on the Intel high-performance quad core Atom processor E3950 from Intel (Apollo Lake) with TDP = 12W. In its robust full metal housing, this controller features three GbE ports, two of which are with PoE that can be used for connecting cameras used in-vehicle. The integrated and insulated CAN bus simplifies the communication connections in the vehicle. The POC-351VTC accepts 8 to 35 V direct current in order to easily supply devices via the vehicle battery.


Up to four radio modules per plug-in card can be added in addition to two PoE ports with 25 watts’ output


The power supply can be coupled with the ignition and can switch independently from this by setting delay times, and the battery voltage is monitored simultaneously. Besides the three GigE interfaces, this vehicle controller has two USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports as well as several configurable serial interfaces. Three mPCIe sockets and an M.2 socket, each with USIM support are available, when equipping the controller with corresponding modules for communication via radio networks (4G, 3G, WLAN, GPS).

Posted on July 24, 2019 - (534 views)
acceed GmbH
Arnoldstrasse 19
40479 Düsseldorf - Germany
+49-211-9388980
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