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Backplane Systems Technology introduces Neousys’ latest rugged in-vehicle controller

Electronic component supplier, Backplane Systems Technology, introduces Neousys Technology's new Nuvo-7100VTC – the latest rugged in-vehicle controller featuring purpose-built set and effortless 6-core architecture and 64GB DDR4 memory – which features a significant performance increase over previous generations for versatile in-vehicle applications.

Nuvo-7100VTC provides flexibility to support a range of Peripherals and Connections. It offers four or eight 802.3at PoE+ Ports to supply 25W Power to connected devices such as IP Cameras with M12 (X-Coded Connectors) and Connector Screw-Lock Mechanisms on computer I/O’s like Gigabit Ethernet, USB3.0 and USB3.1 to guarantee extreme rugged connectivity in shock/vibration environments.

Wireless Connectivity is essential for modern day in-vehicle applications, allowing operators to use two M.2 and three Mini-PCIe sockets with corresponding wireless modules for 3G/4G, WIFI, GPS and CAN Module for communication.

Nuvo-7100VTC also features isolated CAN bus for in-vehicle communication, isolated DIO for sensor/actuator control, 8~35V wide-range DC input with ignition power control and is E-Mark and EN 50155 certified.

Key Features:

  • Supports Intel® 9th/ 8th-Gen Core™ i7/i5/i3 LGA1151 Socket-Type CPU.
  • 4x or 8x 802.3at Gigabit PoE+ Ports via M12 or RJ45 Connectors.
  • On-Board Isolated CAN Bus for In-Vehicle Communication.
  • 4-CH Isolated DI and 4-CH Isolated DO.
  • 2x SATA Ports with One Hot-Swappable HDD Tray, Supporting RAID 0/1.
  • 2x M.2 B Key and 3x Full-Size Mini-PCIe Sockets.
  • 8~35V Wide-Range DC Input with Built-In Ignition Power Control.
  • E-Mark and EN 50155 Certificate.

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