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EMBEDDED COMPUTING PLATFORM HAS GRAPHICS FOR INDUSTRY 4.0

14-11-2017
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ABOX-5000G1

Available in Australia from Backplane Systems Technology, the ABOX-5000G1 is the first in a line of small form factor embedded graphical computing platforms to be released from Sintrones. The unit combines Intel's 6th generation iCore processors with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 graphics processor. It also supports up to 32Gbyte of DDR4-2133 RAM via its two SO-DIMM memory slots.

Backplane Systems Technology reckons that the demands of Industry 4.0 will make graphical computing and machine vision systems increasingly commonplace and the ABOX-5000G1 is perfectly suited for these applications.

The ABOX-5000G1 also features a wide range of I/O, this includes four RS232/422/485 serial ports, four USB 3.0 ports, four RJ45 Ethernet ports, and four display ports. The ABOX-5000G1 also has supports room for expansion with three full sized mini PCIe slots and one half sized mini PCIe slots, and it also supports two SIM card slots for cellular connectivity.

Backplane Systems Technology
02 9457 6400
www.backplane.com.au

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