Dubbed the DC-1200, it comes with a Pentium N4200 quad-core processor up to 2.5GHz and based on a Cincoze modular design. The company said that the DC-1200 offering an incredible size-performance ratio for the most challenging industrial environments.
Cincoze CEO Brandon Chien said that with the combination of compact size and modular design, the DC-1200 offers configurations to meet different application-specific requirements.
"It is much easier to useCincoze’ ready-to-use CMI & CFM modules for extension of 8x digital I/O, 2x serial ports, power ignition sensing, Power over Ethernet (PoE) and even a third display output for a variety of applications", he said.
Designed for industrial IoT applications, the DC-1200 includes 2x full-size mini-PCIe slots which support WiFi, Bluetooth, and 3G/LTE wireless communication modules. The system has dual front-accessible SIM card slots for communication redundancy, making it the best choice for IoT management, and smart transportation applications.
The DC-1200 incorporates a variety of I/O connectivities, including 2x serial ports, 4x USB 3.0, 2x GbE LAN, DVI-D, and DisplayPort. The system also provides 1x mSATA socket and 1x 2.5" SATA drive bay as its storage media for operating system and mass data storage.
For long-term use in harsh environment, the DC-1200 features completely cableless/fanless designed, wide operating temperature (-40°C to 70°C), wide range DC power input (9V to 48V), high tolerance of vibration/shock (5G/50G), built-in replaceable fuse, and industrial-grade protections. The DC-1200 also passed E-mark certification that is granted by a certified European test agency that conducts extensive testing to ensure the system meets regulated requirements for in-vehicle usage.