Fremont, CA (PRWEB) September 26, 2012
In response to the growing popularity of Ethernet and serial protocols, NEXCOM expands its NISE fanless computer lineup by adding the NISE 2200/2300. The power-effective NISE 2200/2300 features Intel® Atom™ dual core D2550 processor, supports high resolution image processing and offers abundant communication interfaces, storage options and wireless connectivity. With its compact size, the NISE 2200/2300 is ideal to be embedded in self-service kiosks, vending machines, machinery automation and industrial automation.
The NISE 2200/2300 features Intel® Atom™ dual core D2550 processor, integrated Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 3600 and up to 4GB system memory. It also supports dual displays and full HD 1080P video playback while consuming only a fraction of the energy. Positioned as power-efficient fanless computers, the NISE 2200 is intended for interactive kiosks, while the NISE 2300 is the ideal PC-based controller, enabling multiport GbE communication in machine and factory automation.
The variety and diversity of I/O interfaces is a major highlight of the NISE 2200/2300. The NISE 2200 is configured with 2x LAN, 6x COM and 6x USB ports while the NISE 2300 has 4x LAN, 4x COM and 6x USB ports. With regards to electromagnetic disturbances, two RS-232/422/485 ports on the NISE 2200/2300 provide isolation protection. In addition, one internal HDD and one external CFast are provided for storage.
Furthermore, one mini-PCIe for 3.5G/ Wi-Fi expansion enables both fanless computers the ability to manage an increasing number of Ethernet and serial devices as well as building an internal network which includes camera, sensor, and motor drive and monitoring over WWAN.
Reliability is the hallmark of the NISE fanless computers. Encased in a fanless aluminum chassis, the NISE 2200/2300 deters contaminants and dissipates heat effectively, ensuring smooth operation in challenging environments. With support for wide DC input voltage from 9~36V and wide operating temperature from -20~70℃ makes the NISE 2200/2300 sturdier and more durable.