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Four-core box PC for in-vehicle networks

The POC‑551VTC by Neousys (Taiwan) is a fan-less in-vehicle controller with one galvanically-isolated CAN interface. The PC sizes 64 mm x 116 mm x 176 mm and weights 1,3 kg.

The POC‑551VTC is a fan-less in-vehicle controller offering a three-rate CPU performance compared to previous POC series. (Source: Neousys)

The device features an AMD Ryzen embedded V1605B four-core processor delivering up to three times the CPU (central processing unit) performance compared to previous POC series. It offers four PoE (power over Ethernet) ports to supply 25‑W power to devices such as IP cameras. Expansion slots for wireless connectivity (WLAN and mobile radio communication) are performed as an M.2 port and three mini-PCIe interfaces. An optional LTE (long term evolution) cellular module is available. The CAN interface is used for in-vehicle communication. Isolated digital I/Os (four inputs and four outputs) are provided for sensor and actuator control.

Further interfaces include four Gigabit Ethernet ports, four USB 3.1 ports with screw-lock, and four serial ports (EIA‑232, EIA‑422, or EIA‑485). Video port (1920 pixels x 1200 pixels), display port connector (4096 pixels x 2160 pixels), and an audio jack for microphone input and speaker output are available. The PC can be powered with 8 VDC to 35 VDC. Optionally, the 120‑W AC/DC power adapter (20‑VDC output) or a 60-W AC/DC power adapter (12‑VDC output) are offered. Remote control and power LED outputs may be connected via pluggable terminal blocks. Wall-mount (standard) or DIN-rail mount (optional) is possible. Operating in environments with temperatures from -40 °C to +70 °C is allowed.