Motherboard Designed For Factory Automation And Transport Applications

AAEON GENE-APL6’s onboard storage and dual LVDS supportAAEON, a manufacturer of embedded platforms, has introduced their GENE-APL6, a motherboard purpose-built for factory automation and transport applications.

Equipped with an Intel Pentium N4200 or Celeron N3350 processor and DDR3L memory, the fanless GENE-APL6 features a solder-up design, which allows for the implementation of a heat spreader to channel heat from the CPU out through the chassis. Additional temperature support controls are available on request.

A DC input range of 9V to 36V allows the board to overcome fluctuations in power supply and continue running in the unstable environments of factory automation and in-vehicle systems. The GENE-APL6 also includes anti-vibration measures including onboard eMMC storage of up to 128G.

An HDMI port can be installed as a custom option. Four USB ports, four COM ports, and Mini Card and mSATA expansion slots, give the board the flexibility.

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