BSI Announces a New Fan-less Embedded PC, the TANK-870-Q170

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Broadax Systems, Inc., a leading solution provider of Fan-less Embedded PCs, announces a new addition to its line up, the TANK-870-Q170.

The TANK-870-Q170 is a rugged fan-less embedded PC constructed of an extruded aluminum alloy and measuring just 121.5mm x 255.2mm x 205mm for the 2-slot version and 154.8mm x 255.2mm x 205mm for the 4-slot version. The processors supported are the Intel Core i7-6700TE (2.4 GHz, quad-core, TDP=35) and the Intel Core i5-6500TE (2.3 GHz, quad-core, TDP=35). There are two 260-pin DDR4 SO-DIMM slots and comes with 4GB pre-installed. This makes it possible to have a maximum of 64GB DDR4 memory. The drive bays consist of two 2.5'' SATA 6Gb/s HDD/SSD which support RAID 0/1. There is an HDMI/DP, VGA and an optional iDp to support triple independent display with high resolution.

The TANK-870-Q170 offers plenty of I/O ports. Four USB 2.0 ports, four USB 3.0 ports along with four RS-232 (two RJ-45, two DB-9 w/2.5KV isolation protection) and two RS-232/422/485 (DB-9). A half-size PCIe Mini slot with a full-size PCIe Mini slot (support mSATA, colay with SATA) is available. An 802.11b/g/n WiFi is optional. The TANK-870-Q170 accepts 9V~36V DC with a DC Jack or a Terminal Block. Weighing just 4.2 kg - 6.5 kg, this unit can be mounted on a wall or just about anywhere.

About Broadax Systems, Inc.
Broadax Systems, Inc. focuses on its primary mission to provide state of the art computer systems for mobile and industrial computing needs. Broadax Systems, inc. (BSI) offers a broad range of high-end computing systems in rugged portable computer, rugged notebook, industrial rack mount computer, all-in-one panel PC and low power consumption embedded computer that are designed for business, research, engineering, industrial aerospace and military specifications.

For more information, please contact BSI at (909) 395-0588 or Info(at)bsicomputer(dot)com.

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