COM-WHUC6: Industrial Power on Module from AAEON

COM-WHUC6: Industrial Power on Module from AAEON

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AAEON, an industry leader in embedded computing, announces the COM-WHUC6 COM Express module. Built to the Compact Type 6 form factor, the COM-WHUC6 is designed to operate in a range of applications from automation to mobile operations.

The COM-WHUC6 is powered by the 8th Generation Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3 and Celeron® ULT series processors (formerly Whiskey Lake), providing energy efficient performance for a range of industrial and embedded applications. Coupled with two DDR4 slots and up to 64GB of on-board eMMC storage, the COM-WHUC6 is designed to provide optimized processing capabilities.

Built for industrial embedded use, the COM-WHUC6 is designed with several key features to ensure flexibility and ease of maintenance. I/O support for USB 3.2 Gen 2 provides high speed connectivity, and support for VGA, eDP/LVDS, and DDI makes it easy to fit into existing setups. The COM-WHUC6 supports expansion for two SATA III devices and five PCIe devices.

The COM-WHUC6 is backed with AAEON support and can be easily configured to a range of options, including WiTAS 2 compliance for operation in temperatures from -40°C to 85°C. With AAEON manufacturer services and OEM/ODM support, AAEON can easily provide COM carrier boards, custom I/O and PCIe support configurations, and more.

The COM-WHUC6 can support a wide range of embedded applications, from automated inspection to mobile medical devices. The Compact Type 6 form factor means the COM-WHUC6 is easy to install, replace, or even upgrade when the time comes. The COM-WHUC6 also supports applications requiring multi-module configurations.

“The COM-WHUC6 is a highly versatile COM module,” said David Hung, Product Manager with AAEON’s Embedded Computing Division. “With the 8th Generation Intel® Core™ and Celeron® processors along with its wide temperature design, the COM-WHUC6 can be deployed anywhere for any task.”

for more information visit www.aaeon.com

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