Axiomtek, one of the major design and manufacturing companies in the embedded world, announces rugged din-rail fanless embedded system rBOX630-FL for applications which need embedded computing and communication solutions for IIoT. The extreme compact rBOX630-FL designs with low power RISC-based processor (Freescale i.MX6) supporting extended temperature and wide range power input.
rBOX630-FL multiple serial ports, high-speed LANs and USB OTG port enable fast and efficient data computation, communication and acquisition Its digital I/O feature provides users with the convenience of digital devices connection. Besides, rBOX630-FL meets Safety Agency requirements and has passed heavy industrial CE and FCC testing.
Axiomtek's rBOX630-FL fanless embedded system offers wide range operating temperature from -40°C to +70°C, and utilizes the industrial-temperature grade i.MX6 ARM Cortex-A9 RISC CPU for solutions used in unconstrained thermal environments. The system I/O include one isolated DIO, one 10/100 Mbps and one Gigabit Ethernet ports, one HDMI port, one USB OTG port, two Mini card slots and two SIM card slots for 3G/4G/Wi-Fi.
Two power paths input minimize the risk of data loss in the event of a single power failure. Its vertical din-rail design makes it easy to install the system in a small cabinet. We also provide product compatibility test service for client, rBOX630-FL comes with Yocto embedded Linux to provide an open standard operating system for software program development, so, customers can use our kernel to complier with their software easily and efficiently.
Besides, the ready-to-run rBOX630-FL is specially designed for industrial control, sensing, networking and human-machine interface (HMI) applications in smart grid and smart metering, health care, factory automation and drives, motor control, home appliance, building control and industrial transportation markets, remote control/monitoring management applications like unmanned control room, automatic parking lot, wireless personal residential metering and more."