Neousys: EN 50155 certified in-vehicle computer with 4x M12 PoE+ ports

Neousys Technology announced its new EN 50155 certificated in-vehicle computer, Nuvo-5100VTC, for railway and in-vehicle applications. Nuvo-5100VTC features Intel 6th-Gen Core processor to exhibit remarkable computing performance for emerging high-end requirements, while its proven fanless design maintains EN 50155 TX class temperature range from -40 to 70℃.

Aiming particularly at railway usage, Nuvo-5100VTC offers Gigabit PoE+ ports with M12, x-coded connectors to guarantee best signal integrity and extremely rugged Ethernet connection. It also integrates CAN 2.0 bus and isolated DIO to interact with in-vehicle devices. Additionally, four mini-PCIe slots with SIM are equipped to supply versatile means of wireless communication by installing 3G, 4G, WIFI and GPS module. Nuvo-5100VTC is shipped with Neousys’ patented damping bracket to protect hard drives against shock and vibration in the vehicle. 

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