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TANK-870E9175 - Industrial Embedded System with 5 Display Ports

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TANK-870E9175 - Industrial Embedded System with 5 Display Ports

Industrial embedded system with AMD E9175 graphic extension


The industrial embedded system TANK-870E9175 from ICP Germany offers a balanced performance per watt performance with its AMD Radeon E9175 extension. The AMD graphics unit offers five mini display port connections with a maximum power consumption of 35 watts. Five independent displays can be operated simultaneously with 4K resolution.

The TANK-870E9175 is offered in two variants with Intel® Skylake CoreTM i7 or i5 processor and supports a maximum of 64GB RAM on two DDR4 SO-DIMM banks.

The embedded system offers four USB 3.0, four USB 2.0, four RS-232 with overvoltage protection up to 2.5KV, two RS-232/422/485 each, two GbE LAN as well as an 8-bit digital I/O interface. In addition, the TANK-870E9175 offers expansion options via PCI as well as half-size and full-size Mini PCIe slots. The two internal 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s mounting frames and the RAID functionality offer additional redundancy for the protection of sensitive data.

The system remains compact with 256x122x213mm and can be easily installed with the included wall brackets. The TANK-870E9175 operates reliably in a voltage range from 9 to 36 VDC. Equipped as standard with Windows 10 IoT 2019 LTSC, it is designed as a ready-to-use system for industrial image processing thanks to coordinated components and immediate readiness for use.


Specifications

  • ● Embedded Box PC with 6th Generation Intel® CoreTM i5 or i7 processor
  • ● Intel® Q170 chipset
  • ● Max. 64GB DDR4 SO-DIMM RAM
  • ● Two 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s SSD slots (RAID 0/1)
  • ● One mSATA slot
  • ● Extensions using two mPCIe slots
  • ● Six COM ports, 8 bit DIO and four USB 2.0/3.0 ports each
  • ● Five independent display port outputs


Applications

  • ● Image processing
  • ● Industrial PC for display systems
  • ● Automation

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