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ADL launches what it claims is ‘industry’s smallest Intel-based embedded device ever’


ADL Embedded Solutions has launched its ultra-compact ADLEPC-1500 Embedded PC, which the company claims is “the industry’s smallest Intel-based embedded device ever released”.

At 3.4” x 3.2”, the ADLEPC-1500 is a “full-feature embedded PC” targeted at unmanned, industrial controls, robotics, traffic management and surveillance market, says the company.

ADL adds that the device’s wide voltage and temperature range make it “ideal” for a variety of applications and environments. 

The ADLEPC-1500 is based on the compact ADLE3800SEC E3800-series Atom SBC with onboard DisplayPort, USB3.0, USB2.0, M.2 KeyB 2242 SATA and two LAN ports. Quad and dual-core E3800 processor options also support DirectX 11, Open GL 4.0, and full HD video playback.

JC Ramirez, ADL Embedded Solutions’ product manager, says: “This ultra-compact ADLEPC-1500 really resonates with embedded engineers in a variety of markets.

“Early interest and design wins include industrial printing, traffic monitoring, cyber security, security scanning and toll road or border camera applications.”