EPS-CFS Intel® 8th/9th Coffee Lake Rugged Fanless Embedded System

EPS-CFS Intel® 8th/9th Coffee Lake Rugged Fanless Embedded System

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Avalue Technology Inc, a global industrial PC solution provider and an associate member of the Intel® Internet of Things Solutions Alliance unveils the latest rugged system equipped with the 8th/ 9th generation Intel® Coffee Lake 6-Core Powerful Core™ Processors for rugged applications, such as automation, machine vision, harsh environment and so on. EPS-CFS is with lower power CPU, high performance and cost effective, which is suitable for use in different high performance-oriented applications and scenarios.

EPS-CFS, is a powerful fanless embedded system, features 8th/ 9th generation Intel® Coffee Lake Core™ i7/i5/i3 and Celeron® Processors with Intel® Q370/H310 Express Chipset and supports one 260-Pin DDR4 SO-DIMM Up to 16GB DDR4 2400/2666MHz SDRAM. Extensive I/O support including 2 x USB 2.0, 4 x USB 3.2, 2 x RS-232, 2 x Antenna Mounting Hole, 1 x 8-Bit GPIO, 1 x mSATA, 2 x 2.5” Drive Bay (Internal). EPS-CFS supports 2 x HDMI supports up to 4096×2304 @ 30Hz. For expansion ports, EPS-CFS comes with 1 x mPCIe Socket for USB and factory option. EPS-CFS is able to install two 2.5” drive bay, with the RAID 0/1 function is good for big capacity and the backup. Two Giga Ethernet Port is able to connect to IP camera, with the 8th Coffee Lake 6-Core Powerful Core-i Processor are talent made for machine vision.

EPS-CFS side view
EPS-CFS side view

EPS-CFS main features

  • 8th/ 9th Generation Intel® Processors (6-Core)
  • Intel® Q370/H310 Express Chipset
  • Intel® UHD Graphics 630/610
  • Memory Max. Up to 16GB DDR4 2666
  • mPCIe Expansion Slot (Max. Up to 2)
  • -10~60C Operating Temperature
  • Support RAID 0/1
  • Support Firmware TPM 2.0

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