In-vehicle embedded solution enables traffic safety systems

17th February 2015
Siobhan O'Gorman


Suitable for intelligent transportation systems, traffic safety systems, in-vehicle surveillance, mobile NVR and fleet management applications, the IVH-7700 in-vehicle fanless embedded system has been introduced by Vecow.

Powered by Intel Quad Core i7/i5/i3 processors, the device supports DDR3 or DDR3L dual channel up to 16GB memory. The system also features Intel HD 4000 graphics, which supports DVI-D, DisplayPort and dual channel 24-bit LVDS triple independent displays. I/O includes four front-access 2.5” SSD/HDD trays, four GbE PoE+ ports, optional M12 connection for PoE+, dual GbE LAN ports, four Mini PCIe slots, four SIM card sockets (three front-access, one internal) and four USB 3.0 with independent controllers. The IVH-7700, which operates from 6 to 78V, offers smart surge protection up to 200V, configurable ignition power control, internal UPS and 16 isolated DIO. Featuring a fanless design, the device operates across a temperature range of -25 to +70°C. 

“Vecow’s IVH fanless in-vehicle system is delivering performance driven vehicle computing solution with extended storage capacity, good mobile availability, trusted system reliability and smart manageability,” said Thomas Su, Director, Embedded System & Platform Division, Vecow.

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