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EFCO Announces SmartSL Plus With PoE

embedded Qseven box computer designed for machine vision and video applications

San Diego, California  – November 5, 2018  EFCO, a world-class supplier of industrial computer, Gaming and EMS solutions, today introduced its latest embedded box computer, SmartSL Plus, which offers power-over-ethernet (PoE) capability. Powered by the 3rd Gen (Bay Trail) Intel® Atom™ or Celeron® Processor, the compact and fanless design of the SmartSL Plus is equipped with a Qseven module, and is particularly ideal for machine vision and video applications.

“QSeven-based systems are breaking new ground with power-over-ethernet applications,” stated Ron Mazza, CEO of EFCO. “This proven, modular approach allows our industrial computer to be highly customizable and upgradable, while still being very cost-effective – unlike customization of the past. These features, combined with our long-term support, ensure a long lifespan for our customers’ product designs.”

In addition to machine vision and video, SmartSL Plus is ideal for a robust range of target markets including surveillance, AOI, test & measurement, factory automation, IoT gateways, digital signage, home automation, and IP PBX servers.

Features

The compact and fanless design of the SmartSL Plus accommodates an Intel®  Atom or Celeron (Intel® Bay Trail Platform) processor, providing a highly reliable solution for space-constrained applications.

With a variety of interfaces and expansion options, the device can be quickly adapted to the application requirements. For example, an LTE modem can be retrofitted, or peripherals can be connected using an isolated 8-bit I / O port. Features include: 3x PoE/GbE ethernet with 802.3at; Dual Display: 1x HDMI, 1x VGA, 16-bit isolation GPIO (8-bit Isolation GPI, 8-bit Isolation GPO), Cable-less, Fan-less System, Aluminum Alloy Structure, Wide-Range DC Voltage Input: 9V~32Vdc, 1x Mini-PCIe with USIM Socket, 1x mSATA Socket, 1x USB 3.0/2.0, 3x USB2.0, 1x UARTs (RS-232/422/485 switchable), Dimension: 196 x 100 x 38.2mm (7.72″ x 3.94″ x 1.50″).

For more information, please visit: www.efcotec.com

Pricing and Availability

Samples are available immediately.  Pricing is dependent on system configuration, but begins at $450.

About the EFCO

EFCO is a leading embedded platform provider with a demonstrated history of delivering solutions matched specifically to individual customer requirements. The company offers ODM design and manufacturing services, gaming solutions, embedded thermal solutions, and industrial computing platforms. EFCO is part of the Taiwanese EFCO Everfine Group, headquartered in Taipei, with offices in the USA, UK, China, and Germany.

EFCO® and the EFCO logo are registered trademarks of Everfine Industrial Co. Ltd. and may be used only with the permission of EFCO and proper acknowledgment. Other listed names and brands are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

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