Cincoze, a manufacturer of embedded computing platforms, introduces its new Diamond Extreme Series rugged workstation, the DX-1100.
It is based on workstation-grade Intel C246 chipset to support 8th Generation Intel Xeon/Core processors (formerly codenamed Coffee Lake S) at only 3.2 liters sized for space-limited requirements.
With new generation Intel processors, support for up to 6 processing cores, and the latest professional graphics, you’ll tackle even the most demanding high-end and multi-task applications.
Brandon Chien, CEO of Cincoze, says: “The DX-1100 is definitely one of the most compact workstations in the market. Despite its remarkably compact size, the system delivers outstanding computing performance and the maximum flexibility of modular I/O expansions.
“It is specially designed for a variety of industrial applications, such as machine vision, in-vehicle, transportation, and mobile surveillance.”
Based on Cincoze’s exclusive CMI (Combined Multiple I/O) and CFM (Control Function Module) technologies, the DX-1100 offers a fast customer-specific solution without design risks or additional development costs that allows users to configure their specific systems more efficiently.
The available ready-to-use modules include 2x powered serial ports, 16x isolated digital I/O, 4x GbE M12/RJ45 LAN, Power over Ethernet, and power ignition sensing function.
For those looking to expand their Wi-Fi and Bluetooth functions, the DX-1100 also provides three full-size mini-PCIe sockets and one M.2 E key type 2230 socket which supports Intel CNVi technology.
With wide operating temperature (-40°C ~+70°C), wide range DC power input (9~48 VDC), high tolerance to vibration and shock (5/50 Grms), rugged uni-body construction, fanless, cable-less and jumper-less design to ensure a significantly prolonged lifespan and high system availability.
Finally, the DX-1100 also passed various strict certifications, including CE/FCC, EN50155/EN50121-3-2, EN 60950-1, and E-mark.