In addition to its robustness, the model has a fanless design and offers numerous connection options. The indutrial PC can be operated with direct current from 12 to 24 V and in a very wide range of the operating temperature of -40° C to 70° C. In addition, all serial ports, DIO ports and the DC connection have a Phoenix plug with which all connections can be additionally secured with screws.
Overall, the AS20 supports six serial ports that the user can configure via the BIOS. With four-way DIO, six USB and two LAN ports, as well as a digital-analog DVI-I video output with VGA adapter, the AS20 said to offer numerous options for further development. For wireless connection, the IoT-PC also has WLAN, Bluetooth and 3G / LTE, for example for the remote maintenance of the device.
At the heart of it all is a "Bay Trail Atom E3815" processor from Intel with a clock frequency of up to 1.46 GHz in the industrial PC. However, depending on the user´s request, it is also possible to equip the AS20 with an E3825, E3845 or a Celeron N2807 processor.
Giada mentions, among other things, control in factory automation, intelligent IoT control units for indoor and outdoor use, digital signage, multimedia applications and even installation in control cabinets and kiosks as possible application areas for DIN rail PCs.
||Intel® Atom E3815 1,46 GHz|
|RAM||8GB (DDR III)
||1x USB 3.0
5x USB 2.0
||6x RS232 /RS422/ RS485
||-40°C ~ 70°C|
|Humidity||30 ~ 90%
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||116.6mm x 107.2mm x 30mm|