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In-vehicle PC

With isolated CAN interface

The POC-351VTC series by Neousys (Taiwan) is an in-vehicle PC with an Intel Apollo Lake Atom E3950 quad-core processor. It provides an isolated CAN interface for in-vehicle communication.

The rugged, fanless PC is suitable for in-vehicle applications and features an operating temperature of -25 °C to +70 °C (Photo: Neousys)

The host controller features an isolated CAN interface supporting 11-bit IDs. Additionally, it offers two PoE+ (Power-over-Ethernet) interfaces to power peripherals such as IP cameras, and one additional 1-Gbit/s Ethernet port. EIA-232/422/485 lines are available, too. The 8-VDC to 35-VDC input with built-in ignition power control makes the host controller fit for most vehicle categories. Wireless Internet access is essential for modern day in-vehicle applications. The PC has a total of four M.2/ mPCIe sockets and six antenna holes to accommodate a variety of 4G, 3G, WIFI, and GPS modules.

An aluminum heat-spreader was designed to dissipate heat generated by modules to maintain superior operating stability, for the system and communication modules. The product measures 56 mm x 153 mm x 108 mm and it comes with four-channel isolated digital inputs and outputs.