Advantech designs embedded automation computer specifically for motion and vision applications
The PCM-24R2PE iDoor module has an Intel i350 chipset with two GbE power over Ethernet ports (PoE) that meet IEEE 802.3af so that it can connect directly to CCTV cameras without needing separate power.
Advantech’s Industrial Automation Group (IAG) is pleased to announce the launch of a new UNO model designed specifically for the motion and vision control industries. The UNO-1483G has a PCIe expansion slot to insert the controller card of a motion device and it also has an iDoor Technology slot that can be used to add a wide range of extra modules for a range of industries.
For the vision industry Advantech has developed the PCM-24R2PE iDoor module. This module has an Intel i350 chipset with two GbE Power over Ethernet ports (PoE) that meet IEEE 802.3af so that it can connect directly to CCTV cameras without needing separate power.
To ensure that the UNO-1483G continues working it includes two hot swappable 9~36 VDC power supplies which take powerfrom two sources so that if one supply fails the other will take over without an loss of data. Accessing the UNO-1483G when it is in a difficult location means that it would be difficult to reboot it, with this in mind the UNO-1483G comes with a 3~5 meter remote control power cable to enable engineers to remotely control the device.
To further aid convenience the UNO-1483G has an easy-access hot swappable RTC battery. Replacing the battery is simply a matter of removing the top lid even when the machine isn’t switched off.
The UNO-1483G also comes with the latest Intel 4th Generation Core i ULT processor, 8GB RAM, four GbE, four USB 2.0/3.0, four RS-232, two RS-422/485, one VGA, one Display Port and one Audio port.
For more information, visit the UNO-1483G embedded automation computer product page
Author: Garth Miller Published: 29 Dec 2014