HIGH-PERFORMANCE, LOW-POWER HMI FOR RAILWAY APPLICATIONS

25-07-2019

Backplane Systems Technology stocks iBASE Technology’s BYTEM-123-PC in-vehicle HMI. The BYTEM-123-PC is based on the quad-core Intel Atom processor E3845 and EN50155 certified for railway applications. It provides high computing performance and low power consumption, silently operating at temperatures from -40 to +75°C, and supports input voltages including 24V (default) as well as 72 and 110V (options).

The front panel has IP65 protection to make it dustproof and provides the ability to wash down the screen, and the whole unit has an IP54 rating. To enhance functionality and performance, iBASE has included a two-finger multi-touch screen to enable greater control of the user interface.

The BYTEM-123-PC supports a range of I/O and expansion capabilities, including support for M12 connectors for power input and 10/100M Ethernet communication, two USB 3.0, one USB 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet controllers for system and software installation or maintenance. The systems also support VESA mounting and an optional rack mounting kit for fitting into different kinds of installations.

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