Acrosser, the leading Embedded Computing Technology provider, is proud to release their latest fanless embedded system, the AR-ES0652. It is designed specifically for space-constrained applications requiring high performance with fanless operation. The AR-ES0652 utilizes a VIA® MARK® 800MHz processor with VIA® 686B chipset on a 3.5″ main board. Its compact dimensions (220Wx60Hx130D mm), dust proof, quiet and reliable operation make the AR-ES0652 the ideal embedded system for complex tasks in limited space environments such as machine controller, digital signage, medical, and industrial automation.
The AR-ES0652 with VIA® MARK® 800MHz processor provides optimized power consumption, while the thermal solution is integrated into the aluminum chassis which acts as a heat sink. I/O features include:
- 4 x serial ports
- 2 x USB ports
- 1 x Ethernet 10/100
- AC’97 audio
- 1 x 3.5″ hard drive bay and Compact Flash slot
- VGA and 18-bit LVDS output
The AR-ES0652 meets demands of the markets such as POS, Kiosk, gaming, and medical instrumentation. Additional functional expansion is possible via an internal PC/104 connector.
Acrosser’s AR-ES0652 enhances your productivity with its high performance, industrial-grade construction, scalable design, and comprehensive I/O feature set.
For applications require much computing power and connectivity of the AR-ES0652, its sister model the AR-ES0831FL features the Intel® Pentium M and Celeron® M processor up to 1.8GHz is also a fanless design. Both models are available immediately and provide longevity product support.
Founded in 1987, Acrosser is one of the leading suppliers of industrial computing hardware in the world. To make life easier by taking advantage of advanced automated technology, Acrosser offers complete product lines that would help customers to succeed in various industries such as Networking, Industrial Automation, POS/POI/KIOSK/ATM, and Gaming/Multimedia. Acrosser is the first to develop the revolutionary solid state disk card, which solved the disk-drive stability problems that plagued early industrial automation industry.