Wednesday 22 March 2023

High-speed low power industrial computing!

The BOXER-6646-ADP is the latest addition to the Review Display Systems (RDS) range of fanless embedded Box PC products from embedded computing solutions supplier, AAEON.

Key features 
- 12th Generation Intel Core i7, i5, i3 Processor SoC
- Dual-Channel DDR5 SODIMM slot
- Support for Multi-LAN including 2.5GbE Ethernet
- Support for M.2 2280 M Key High speed NVMe SSD
- SuperSpeed Plus USB 3.2 Gen2
- Wide DC voltage input range 10 to 35V
- Wide operating temperature -20°C to +60°C
- Compact size 220mm (l) x 154mm (w) x 61.6mm (h)
- Onboard TPM 2.0
Featuring a compact form factor the AAEON’s BOXER-6646 is an exceptionally versatile, all-purpose computing solution. Powered by 12th Generation Intel Core processors with dual-channel DDR5 support and equipped with industry-leading features such as a DIO port, multiple 2.5GbE LAN, and four display ports, the BOXER-6646 is capable of support heavy processing workloads and provides a versatile industrial computing solution.

The power efficient BOXER-6646 benefits from a hybrid CPU architecture of up to 12 cores and 16 threads, Intel Iris Xe Graphics, and DDR5 support. With a 28W CPU alongside Intel Gaussian and Neural Accelerator technology, the BOXER-6646 is able to handle high-speed industrial computing while ensuring low power consumption.

The BOXER-6646 features a compact mechanical form factor equipped with multiple 2.5GbE LAN ports, three 10Gbps USB 3.2 Gen 2 slots, and a quadruple display interface featuring both HDMI 1.4 and DisplayPort 1.4. With a wealth of high-speed connectivity, the BOXER-6646 has potential as a durable autonomous mobile robot (AMR) solution.

Providing an enhanced expansion capability, the BOXER-6646 chassis contains a removable 2.5” SATA drive bay for additional storage on top of the 64GB system memory offered through the device’s DDR5 support. A bottom-side service window is available for expansion key access, enabling easy integration of 5G, Wi-Fi, and NVMe modules via the BOXER-6646’s M.2 3052, M.2 2230, and M.2 2280 ports.

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