DFI ECX700AL Rugged Waterproof Mini PC

This week, DFI introduced a new addition to its line of industrial mini PCs with the announcement of the new ECX700AL, which offers a rugged IP69K waterproof design that can operate in temperatures from -40°C to 70°C. The system also features an intelligent vent that drains water automatically, preventing common problems such as condensation inside the system or excessive heat.

Features of the new DFI ECX700AL rugged mini PC include IP67/IP69K ruggedized PC case, Intel Atom E3900 series processor, Smart Vent (automatic water drain), communication (WiFi/LTE/CANBUS), wide operating temperature range: -40 to 70°C and wide voltage: 9~36V, 4GB builtin DDR3, 64G eMMC, optional WiFi, LTE, CanBus and security boot BIOS.

Waterproof Mini PC

The external SIM card slot provides convenience for users when changing SIM cards, and the high gain antenna provides a quality signal. Versatile I/O settings, including a combo port that supports 2 CAN and 2 COM, and selective display ports (HDMI/VGA), help integrators meet the needs of a variety of applications.

Powerful outdoor IoT edge computing features facilitate data collection and transmission for traffic management, clean energy facilities, weather stations, coastal facilities, and high altitude or high latitudes. Implementation is also possible for factories and production facilities with high humidity and extreme temperatures, such as refrigeration plants.

Unfortunately, DFI has yet to release any information on pricing or worldwide availability, but as soon as information is available we will, as always, keep you updated. In the meantime, go to the official website of the company by clicking on the link below for more specifications.

Source: DFI

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