New compact fanless and rugged embedded computer systems

16-03-2021 | Portwell | Subs & Systems

Portwell has released the LYNX-6000 Series, a new generation of palm-sized, ready-to-use industrial IoT gateway solutions based on Intel Celeron N3350 CPU and certified by Microsoft Azure IoT that offers a scalable infrastructure for data, virtual machines, server and front-end applications. According to Yaling Sun, Portwell’s project manager, the new series offers a strong portfolio of ultra-small form factor IoT appliances that provide a variety of features, including low power consumption connectivity and expansion, ruggedised design, and industry regulatory compliance.

With modularised I/O options, the series can easily function with a mixture of different applications. The compact system is equipped with rich interfaces for data acquisition and server connection. Various communication ports support connectivity for M2M; wireless function is also offered for remote controllability and manageability.

“Portwell’s LYNX-6000 series offers the industrial IoT market a rich portfolio of ultra-small form factor devices with state-of-the-art expansion design to ensure that various I/O choices for different applications are fulfilled with minimal investment,” states Sun. “Whether you need to perform data collection and transition, edge computing or communication tasks in applications like industrial automation, intralogistics, or smart retailers, Portwell’s LYNX-6000 series can more than handle the task. Designed with the latest Intel Celeron N3350 at a mere 100mm x 53.5mm x 92mm, its ultra-small palm-size form factor can easily fit into limited spaces. Plus,” Sun adds, “its ruggedised design makes it ideal for the harsh industrial environment. This flexible, fan-less, and ready-to-use industrial IoT appliance from the leading IoT solution provider is the perfect choice for people looking to reach their goal of quick time-to-market for their product or time-to-complete for their project.

The series is an ideal IoT solution for industrial/factory automation, communication testing equipment, facility management, transportation, intralogistics or smart warehouse, electrical charging station management, AGV and IoT nodes for data collection/ management, and edge computing.

By Natasha Shek