In-Vehicle Rugged WiFi Server

In-Vehicle Rugged WiFi Server
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  • rugged, fanless, IP67, application computing platform for vehicles
  • small form factor with high performance Intel® Atom™ E3845 processor @ 1.91 GHz
  • dual GbE port and fully ISO 11898-2 compliant CANBUS 2.0 A/B
  • 802.11 b/g/n dual-band with Access Point capability and integrated antenna
  • 9-36 VDC vehicle power input with surge protection and filtering
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In-Vehicle Rugged WiFi Server

Kontron’s In-Vehicle computer leverages the 4th generation Intel® Atom™ processors on Kontron’s hardened Type 6 COM Express® CPU module coupled with a ruggedized Carrier Board, all packaged in a natural convection, sealed IP67 enclosure to survive rigorous environmental conditions for on and off -road vehicle use. Featuring a compact COMe E3845 (quad core @ 1.91 GHz) module, the In-Vehicle system is designed to be a computing platform for extreme rugged In-Vehicle applications. Mechanically compact, this small form-factor computer subsystem integrates Gigabit Ethernet and a single CAN bus interface that supports 2.0 A and B, along with two USB 2.0 interface, and  WiFi connectivity.

The unit comes with an embedded 64 GB MLC eMMC for onboard storage and a WiFi  module for wireless connectivity and a spare mSATA slot for additional storage. Designed for rugged vehicle applications and environments, the In-Vehicle Server has been tested for use under extreme temperature (-40° C to +80° C) and other demanding environmental conditions (shock, vibration, humidity, salt fog). The conduction cooled, IP67 sealed chassis incorporates protection from water and dust ingress, as well as CISPR25 emissions and ISO 11452-2 susceptibility.



In-Vehicle System WiFi
[ in-vehicle-system-wifi-ds-04.30.17-.pdf, 0.28 mb, Aug 31, 2017 ]


Kontron Services Brochure
[ kontron-services-brochure.pdf, 0.37 mb, Nov 19, 2015 ]


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