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Article | November 23, 2011
Advantech-DLoG : Mobile data terminal improves safety, security and efficiency in a variety of in-vehicle, vertical markets
TREK-753 from Advantech-DLoG is a ruggedly-designed all-in-one 7-in. mobile data terminal with touchscreen suitable for in-vehicle applications where space, vibration, transient power, and temperature fluctuations damage most computer equipment.
The TREK-753 has an EN 60721-3-5 certification, and meets military standards for vibration and shock. It supports 12V/24V car power systems, operating from 6 ~ 36V, and is compliant with ISO7637-2 and SAE J1113. With power-on/power-off delay features--which are software configurable--TREK remains stable in unstable power conditions. Operates in the temperature extremes found in vehicle environments, at a range from -30°C ~ 60°C.
Features an Intel® Atom™ Z510PT/Z520PT processor, increased memory, an analog video input port, GbE, and rich I/O ports (additional COM port, audio, CAN bus, and J1708). With an optional I/O cover, it is IP54 compliant. Optimizes internal space, gained with its full-flat panel touchscreen, and the CF/SD/SIM card slot is easy to access without having to open the unit.
TREK-753 supports built-in RF modules, such as GPS with an AGPS feature, GPRS/CDMA/HSDPA, WLAN 802.11a/b/g/n & Bluetooth. Paired with navigation, statistical and monitoring software, it meets fleet management requirements, saves fuel, aids dispatchers and helps resource arrangement.
The edition of a video input port improves safety and security for vehicle fleets. A camera can be attached as a rear-vehicle and driver monitor. Using the J1939 protocol and CAN Bus technology, vehicle information is available to drivers from the dashboard. Data captured by TREK-753 can be seamlessly sent back to central dispatch offices.
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