Box PC brings the network into the vehicle

May 13, 2020 //By Ally Winning
The in-vehicle Box PC POC-551VTC from Acceed combines a rugged and vibration-free construction with a powerful CPU, four PoE ports, CAN and four expansion slots.
The in-vehicle Box PC POC-551VTC from Acceed combines a rugged and vibration-free construction with a powerful CPU, four PoE ports, CAN and four expansion slots.

The POC-551VTC is small, fanless and is powered by an AMD Ryzen V100 processor with four cores (V1605B) and 12 to 25W TDP. The PC has an industrial full-metal casing measuring only 176 (W) x 116 (D) x 64 (H), which has been developed to ensure safe heat dissipation through an extensive aluminium comb. The casing design enables the fanless computer to function in a wide temperature range from -40 to +70 °C. Operating temperatures below 0 °C or over 60 °C require an HDD or SSD with a special operating temperature range, which are also available directly from Acceed.

A wide range of input voltages, from 8 to 35V DC, can power the PC. The power supply can also be coupled with the ignition and be switched independently by setting delay times with simultaneous battery voltage monitoring. The controller meets the requirements of the EN 55022 and EN 55024 standards.

Four GbE interfaces with PoE are integrated for the connection of cameras. The insulated CAN bus is intended to ease communication in the vehicle. The POC-551VTC has four USB 3.0 connections and other configurable serial interfaces. Three Mini PCIe sockets and an M.2 socket feature USIM support for the addition of wireless communication (4G, 3G, WLAN, GPS) or other cards and tasks.

Two of the serial interfaces, the audio connections, the I/O port for respectively four digital inputs and outputs and the CAN bus port are placed on the narrow sides of the housing. In addition to the VGA socket (1920 x 1200 resolution) and the display port (4096 x 2160 resolution), other serial interfaces and all the communication interfaces and the power supply input are located on the long side. The SIM card plug-in, also located on a narrow side, is easily accessible.

More information

www.acceed.com

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