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MSC Technologies has certified its gateway computers for Wind River XT IDP 3.1 and Microsoft Azure
The flexible H1-A3 box PC is designed for deployment as gateway and communications computer, Web server or decentralized control unit for plant control, process automation, power engineering, building automation, smart metering and E-Mobility applications. The compact industrial computer is only 90 mm high and 41 mm deep (55 mm with cooling fins) and can be installed very easily and quickly in electrical and control cabinets. The robust, high-quality aluminum housing with a width of 124 mm (7 height pitch) fits under the rail-mounted standard cover.
The Qseven™ module deployed in the H1-A3 is based on the energy-efficient Intel® Atom™ E38xx processor technology (former codenamed Baytrail). On board eMMC flash memory or on-board SATA SSD ensure the robustness of the PC.
The gateway computer family offers as interfaces two fast Gbit LAN connections (USB 3.0 and USB 2.0), a Mini PCI-Express™ interface with mSATA support, an RS232 and two optically isolated RS485 interfaces. If required, an additional RS232 interface can be provided. The VGA interface can be used to connect a control monitor for maintenance purposes. The 24 VDC power supply is provided as insulation-piercing plug connector.
The H1-A3 box PC operates without a fan in the temperature range 0° up to 50° C. At an airflow of 1 m/s, the computer can run reliably in continuous operation at temperatures up to 55° C. Windows® 7 embedded, Windows® 7 and Windows® 10 are supported as operating system.
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