AAEON: 4-inch compact powerhouse ensures low production costs

AAEON launches the EPIC-KBS7, a versatile and easily customized product that offers interchangeable CPU and I/Os, which effectively lowers the total cost of ownership by up to 20% in system assembly. The EPIC-KBS7 provides interchangeable CPUs and a highly dynamic design, allowing the customer to easily tailor and customize according to their needs.

Fitting everything onto a nifty 4 inch board, the EPIC-KBS7 uses a highly dynamic and durable system assembly model to achieve I/O flexibility beyond typical industrial requirements. Designed to shorten lead-time and decrease prototyping manufacturing time costs, the EPIC-KBS7 is a small but powerful form factor in a compact and highly efficient design that will meet the demands of the ever-changing landscape in smart industrial management and automation.

Connectivity includes 4 USB 3.0 ports, 2 USB 2.0 ports and 2 Giga LAN Ports, along with VGA, HDMI, LVDS, SATA and COM support. The pin compatible socket type Kabylake design enables a wide choice of interchangeable CPUs to select from, fulfilling and surpassing customer needs. Additionally, the EPIC-KBS7 supports a wide voltage power input ranging from 9-24V as well as an operational temperature range of 0 - 60°C, making it the ideal choice for industrial factory environments. Turnaround time is effectively decreased as the only time required for board design is i/o board manufacturing, therefore enabling quick customization.

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