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The new Neousys Nuvo-2510VTC Intel® Atom™ Bay Trail in-vehicle fanless embedded computer comes equipped with an E3845 quad-core processor and two IEEE 802.3at Gigabit Ethernet ports.
Manufactured by Backplane Systems Technology, the Nuvo-2510VTC is capable of directly driving 25W GigE and PoE IP cameras with a single standard CAT-5e.
Along with intelligent ignition power control and built-in CAN bus, Nuvo-2510VTC is ideal for lightweight mobile applications, such as mobile NVR and mobile APNR.
Designed for in-vehicle applications, Nuvo-2510VTC supports wide-range DC input and thus can be directly powered by a 12V DC or 24V DC vehicle battery.
It features intelligent ignition power control with selectable on and off delay and battery voltage monitoring.
Nuvo-2510VTC also supports one built-in CAN bus port with compliance to CAN 2.0A and CAN 2.0B. The CAN bus is the foundation of many different kinds of vehicles protocols, such as for communicating with individual ECUs or other automotive devices.
Nuvo-2510VTC provides two PoE+ Gigabit Ethernet ports and one USB 3.1 Gen1 port for industry cameras and IP cameras. As well, four serial ports and three USB2.0 ports are available.
For mobile applications which require data transmission, it is possible to install two 3G/4G modules with USIMs in its two mini PCI Express (mPCIe) sockets. Nuvo-2510VTC is versaile and ideal for all in-vehicle applications.
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