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IBASE Technology Inc., a world leading manufacturer of industrial motherboards and embedded computing solutions, launches the MPPC1201PC fanless 12.1" panel PC designed for intelligent railway transportation applications. This latest rugged PC received CE/FCC certification and passed the EN50155 2017 strict shock and vibration standards for rolling stock equipment and EN45545-2 EU fire safety standard. Built for use in harsh environments, the MPPC1201PC supports a wide operating temperature range of -40°C to 70°C, wide voltage 24~110 V power input, and robust M12 connectors to ensure watertight and robust connections, guaranteeing fault-free data transmission in smart fleet management and traffic monitoring in railway networks.
The MPPC1201PC is powered by the latest Intel Atom x6425E processor and comes with IP65 waterproof housing and aluminium cooling chassis for quick heat dissipation that enables long-term stable operation. Expansion slots including a full-size mPCI-e slot and an M.2 E-Key 2230 socket are provided for 4G and WiFi modules for secure backup internet connection. It has a simple OSD (On screen display) interface to facilitate user’s operation and optional auto-dimming function that dynamically adjust the brightness based on the ambient lighting condition.
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