acrosser Technology, a world-leading in-vehicle computer supplier, announces the launch of its fanless in-vehicle pc, AIV-QM97V1FL. This rugged compact x86 embedded computer is dedicated to use in the in-vehicle computing industry. Equipped with a 5th generation Intel® Core™ i Broadwell U processors, the model provides sufficient computing power for simultaneous handling of a variety of vehicle applications.
The model features two types of storage: SATA III 2.5” SSD and M.2 SSD. The dual SSD provides engineers with the flexibility to define tasks separately; for example, the 2.5” SSD can be used for database management, while the M.2 SSD is for the OS.
Car pc AIV-QM97V1FL supports one HDMI and one DVI port for video interfacing. Other I/O includes three COM ports, two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, two LAN ports, one GPIO, and one remote switch cable. The versatility of the I/O interfaces makes bus pc AIV-QM97V1FL an ideal platform for systems integration projects, particularly in telematics, data recording systems, fleet management and logistics management. Finally, the capability for BIOS modification enables system engineers to achieve smart power management in their vehicle pcprojects. Please contact your nearest Acrosser sales team for further price and sample availability information.
● Rugged fanless design
● Support 5th generation Intel® Core™ i Broadwell U processors
● 2 x DDR3 SO-DIMMs, for up to 16GB
● Support CAN 2.0A/2.0B protocol and i-Button for driver ID
● HDMI & DVI-D output
● Wide variety of wireless communication options
● M.2 SSD & M.2 4G LTE support
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Fanless In-Vehicle Computer: AIV-QM97V1FL
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