BVM launches fanless PC for embedded applications

A BVM product story
More from this companyMore from this category
Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Mar 17, 2010

BVM has announced the availability of the ECK-161B, a Core 2 Duo fanless PC.

The system is intended for embedded applications, such as multimedia displays with audio for retail stores or exhibitions, POS, surveillance, low-power control and monitoring for remote locations.

The unit has a PCI expansion slot, allowing one additional PCI card up to 155mm in length to be fitted and increasing the configurability of the system.

The 1.66GHz Core 2 Duo CPU is complemented by the 945GME chipset, ensuring minimum heat dissipation and power consumption.

Dual display ports are provided: one standard VGA and the other with a TV-out port supporting component video, S-video and composite video at resolutions up to 1,080p.

High definition 7.1 channel audio supports two independent outputs.

Other features include 1GB of DDR2 SDRAM, dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, six USB and four serial ports.

Mass storage is by an internal 2.5in HDD and a front-accessible Compactflash card slot is also standard.

Power is either from an external 12V DC supply via a four-pin mini-DIN socket or from a 9-36V DC source through a three-pin terminal block.

Power and reset switches are recessed to prevent accidental operation and the Compactflash socket is secured behind a screw-on cover.

The rugged chassis is constructed from heavy-duty aluminium alloy and has provision for wall mounting.

Send to a friendSend to a friend

Not what you're looking for? Search the site.

Back to top Back to top

Google Ads

Contact BVM

Contact BVM

Related Stories

Contact BVM

Newsletter sign up

Request your free weekly copy of the Electronicstalk email newsletter ...

A Pro-talk Publication

A Pro-talk publication