SIB-A2151 is an industrial grade dual core mobile device for in vehicle computer and in vehicle NVR solution.
SIB-A2151 Industrial Grade Embedded Server NVR, support Full-HD NVR solutions and is fully integrated certified hardware and intelligent management software design. SIB-A2151V integrated in-vehicle power (ISO-7637-2), in-vehicle certifications (E-Mark, IEC-60721-3-5 5M3) and well-developed vehicle software SDK and APIs for in-vehicle applications. They also provided extension capability and wireless communication (GPS/G-sensor/Wi-Fi/3G/CANBus) for excellent connectivity, high graphic power (Up to 1080p @120fps) for video preview, and integrated software for manageability and security.
EMAC’s Server-In-a-Box line of Embedded Servers and Industrial PCs are Single Board Computers built into small, rugged embedded servers. These Industrial PCs are just as comfortable in the industrial environment as they are on a desktop while providing only the required portions of the functionality from a conventional server. While functioning as an IOT Gateway or IOT edge system these servers allow connection to additional hardware making your legacy hardware web accessible, or even sending data directly to the cloud.
In order to toughen these embedded servers EMAC utilizes a Flash Disk in place of a hard drive and a fanless embedded SBC providing a server with minimal or no moving parts. On the software side, EMAC supports the most popular Embedded Operating Systems (OS), Embedded Linux and Real-Time Linux, Windows Embedded Standard, or Windows 10 IoT. EMAC has the expertise to customize the Embedded OS build to meet your application needs if required. This custom Embedded OS build can be archived under a unique part number guaranteeing that you receive the correct build each time you order.
If your application does not require a chassis/case or power supply you can utilize one of EMAC’s Single Board Embedded Servers. These Single Board Embedded Servers can utilize virtually any Single Board Computer that EMAC sells. Just select an SBC, add flash, and choose an OS along with any extra components you might need.
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