Published on 26 July, 2013
Vecow Co., Ltd., a front-runner in the application fields of embedded system, image processing, and intelligent automation, recently announces ECS-7000 series has passed the burn-in temperature testing. For military applications in severe ambient temperatures, Vecow designs ECS-7000 series based on 3rd Intel Core chipsets fan-less embedded computing system, enable to operate with a junction temperature range of -40°C to 85°C which has passed the constant temperature operating test of the third-party.
Integrated ultimate Intel Core i7 processor and QM77 Express Chipset, ECS-7000 series especially designed for performance-demanding and extreme-operating embedded computing applications. ECS-7000 series coheres with extended temperature RAM module by Micron and I-Temp SSD have passed burn-in test to avoid inherent defects generated from extreme temperature that might contribute to failure over time. ECS-7000 series have adopted by military from Asia and U.S.A. for its ultimate performance and reliable operation under harsh environment.
Other features include maximum 9 speedy Ethernet with 9.6 kb/s to 1 Gb/s data transmission option for high bandwidth and supports Ethernet Control Automation Technology (EtherCAT). Security improvement with trusted platform module, TPM, ECS-7000 series also equipped with 4 COM, 4 USB 3.0, 2 USB2.0, CFast , Isolated DIO, 2 mini-PCIe (1 with SIM card socket for WiFi, 3G/GPRS), 3 RS-232 and 1 RS-232/485/422, 8 in/out GPIO.