EFCO recently introduced the high performance embedded box PC, SmartMOD, which includes a Power over Ethernet (PoE option). This embedded system is equipped with an Intel 7th-generation Kaby Lake Core ULV processor for diverse industrial applications.

“Built on Intel’s latest processor, SmartMOD is well-suited for the high-end industrial market,” stated Ron Mazza, CEO EFCOtec Corp. “It’s fanless architecture also makes this PC Box easy to deploy in numerous applications.  It is especially ideal for industrial vision control applications such as machine vision and security because the POE feature means cameras can be powered directly from our system.”

The 7th Generation Intel Core ULV Processors family is an ultra-low power CPU all within a thermal design power (TDP) of 15W. They meet various high computing-performance requirement applications such as industrial control systems, surveillance systems, machine vision control systems, auto optical inspection equipment and test and measurement equipment.

SmartMOD features:

  • 6 x Giga LAN ports ( 4 x PoE option);
  • 4x USB (4x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 2.0);
  • 1 x HDMI or 1 x VGA;
  • 1 x Display Port;
  • 16-bit programmable GPIO;
  • 4 x RS-232/422/485;
  • 2 x RS-232;
  • 2 x Mini-PCIe with SIM socket (PCIe+USB+USIM); and
  • 1x Mini-PCIe socket (PCIe+USB).

In addition, the wide range of input voltages offered (+9 V ~ +32 V) can satisfy demanding applications. Moreover, SmartMOD PoE is designed to provide the power needed for connecting to IP CAM devices, making it an choice for industrial vision control applications.

For more information, visit: https://www.efcotec.com/shop/product/smartmod-33339?category=8