Fanless embedded system

Advantech's ARK-1120 is a fanless embedded system powered by an Intel Atom N455 processor designed for compact spaces and factory automation applications.

02/28/2012


Advantech's ARK-1120 is a fanless embedded system powered by an Intel Atom N455 processor designed for compact spaces and factory automation applications. Courtesy: AdvantechAdvantech's ARK-1120 is an ultra-compact fanless embedded system powered by an Intel Atom N455 processor. Its compact size and support for both HDD and CompactFlash memory make the ARK-1120 attractive for a range of embedded usages. This product is well-suited for applications that need a simple but dependable controller. ARK-1120 is ideal for thin client and factory automation applications with space limited or low-power-consumption designs.

Other features include:

  • Fanless, ultra-compact embedded box IPC Ÿ
  • Built-in Intel Atom processor N455 1.66 GHz Ÿ
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 133.8 x 43.1 x 94.2 mm Ÿ
  • Supports 2.5-in. SATA HDD Ÿ
  • Low-power-consumption solution. Power consumption < 10W Ÿ
  • One half mini-PCIe socket expansion Ÿ
  • Ultra compact size; robust, fanless construction with VESA mount Ÿ
  • OS support list: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows 7 Embedded, Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Embedded, Windows CE 6.0, and Linux and QNX Ÿ
  • IP40

Advantech

www.advantech.com 

- Edited by Chris Vavra, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com 



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