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Logic Supply: Extended temperature Atom system

Providing reliable computing in an operating temperature environment of -20°C ~ 60°C, Logic Supply’s LGX Extended Temperature AU115 Atom System is a small, fanless system that features an Intel Atom N270 processor with a low-profile chassis less than 1.5-in. thick.
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The AU115 system is easily mountable, making it useful for deployment in remote monitoring, outdoor kiosks, data acquisition, and networking applications.

With no fans or vent openings, the AU115 is protected from exposure to the dust, dirt, and grime that are typically found on the factory floor or in a mobile environment. It is MIL-STD 810F rated to withstand vibration and shock, and can be configured with a solid state device for storage to extend the lifetime of the system and ensure data integrity.

For I/O connectivity, the AU115 provides two RS-232 COM ports (one of which can be used as GPIO), an RS-232/422/485 port, four USB 2.0 ports, DVI-I, dual Intel Gb LAN ports, two audio jacks, and a 12-volt DC power jack. It supports a 2.5-in. notebook SATA HDD or SSD, up to two GB RAM, and Wi-Fi via a PCIe Mini Card slot. It also has an integrated watchdog timer and comes standard with L-shaped mounting brackets. Weighing less than 2 lbs., this system offers versatility without adding bulk.


 

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