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MSC Technologies presents powerful industrial server system with Dual Intel Xeon E5 processors
The ATX board has 2 x 4 DIMM sockets for fast DDR4 memories (2133/1866/1600 MHz) for up to 256 GB per CPU. Typical applications of the rugged Infinity® S4 server system are image processing, real-time analysis as well as evaluation of big measurement data.
The Infinity® S4-408-MBC612 offers numerous drives for 2.5-inch SSDs, 2.5- and 3.5-inch HDDs, and 5.25-inch DVD-RW (slimline) and DVD-RW in a RAID system. The industrial computer has two 5.25-inch plug-in units and one internal 2.5-plug-in unit.
A total of six slots are available for system extensions. CPU 1 has 1 x PCI Express™ 3.0 x16 and 3 x PCI Express™ 3.0 x8, CPU 2 has one PCI Express™ 3.0 x4 slot. In addition, one PCI Express™ 2.0 x4 Slot is intended. The broad interface offering includes four USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 Ports each, an internal USB 2.0 socket, 2 x LAN, 1 x LAN (IPMI), 1 x COM, and 1 x VGA.
The industrial server is designed for use in harsh environments and is supplied within a solid, high-quality housing for installation in 19-inch cabinets or as a stand-alone unit. All operator control elements, the drives and the easily changeable air filter are protected by a metal door. The rugged housing can be inscribed with a customer specific company logo.
A 500 W power supply (100 – 240 V AC) is part of the scope of delivery, on request the system will be shipped with redundant 2 x 500 W power supply or a DC power supply.
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