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6 May 2015

Box PC with AMD G-Series APU and Real-Time Ethernet Fieldbuses

AMD CPU

Especially developed for industrial applications, e.g. for machine monitoring and control or for use in commercial vehicles and robots, the BC50F impresses with its high performance processor, extreme graphics performance and a huge interface flexibility.

The box computer BC50F is based on a high-performance and energy efficient processor from the AMD Embedded G-Series. In order to meet the different requirements of industry, any other APU of the AMD Embedded G-Series can be used.

MEN offers optimal conditions for today’s customer demands for box and panel PCs with its conduction cooled and expandable housing (with or without display) in connection with a CPU board and a freely configurable I / O board.

The BC50F offers two real-time ethernet interfaces, which are implemented using a Hilscher PCI Express Mini Card. The necessary storage capacity is provided by a 2GB DDR3 SDRAM and one SD card. Two DisplayPorts with a maximum resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels provide graphics in HD quality. At the front, two Gigabit ethernet channels are available on RJ45 connectors, as well as two USB and a D-Sub connector for serial interfaces or CAN bus.

The BC50F is equipped with a 16V to 36V wide-range power supply and able to operate in a 0 to 70°C environment.

The combination of several CPU / GPU options in connection with a huge I / O range makes the BC50F a safe and cost-effective solution for high requirements.

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