IoT Gateway Starter kit (MXE-202i)

IoT Gateway Starter kit (MXE-202i), USB ZigBee,sensor&actor

Expandable fanless embedded computers with minimal power consumption and high I/O capacity, compact to ultra-compact. Perfect for your application with customized components like RAM, SSD, HDD, miniPCIe etc. that we deliver, install and test..
1.330,00 €
incl. VAT 1.542,80 €

Description

  • Atom E3826 Windriver OS preinstalled based ultra-compact fanless embedded computer
  • 2GB DDR3L-1066 RAM
  • 1* HDMI
  • 1* SD socket (up to 16GB)
  • 2* MiniPCIe slot (1* with USIM socket
  • 1* with mSATA support)
  • 2* Intel I210-IT GbE ports
  • 4* isolated DIO (optional)
  • 1* RS232/422/485 and 1* RS232 ports
  • 1* USB 3.0 and 2* USB 2.0 ports
  • 6...36VDC power input
  • operating temperature 0...50°C or -20...+70°C (with optional industrial grade SSD/RAM)
  • 120*100*55mm
  • 650 g
  • Adlink with WR IDP XT 2.0 + EdgePro USB ZigBee X-Stick Digi ZigBee Light Sensor ZigBee Siren ModBus TCP EX-9017-MTCP 2pcs x LED Light 1pcs x Rotary Control Wifi/BT Kit

Details

  • Width: 120 mm
  • Height: 100 mm
  • Depth: 55 mm
  • Net weight: 0.65 kg
  • Weight: 1.75kg
  • Manufacturer: Adlink
  • Country of Origin: Taiwan R.O.C.
  • Customs code: 8471 5000 000

Data Sheets

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