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The LEC-7230M: A Robust, Nimble and All-purpose Embedded Hardware Solution

The LEC-7230M: A Robust, Nimble and All-purpose Embedded Hardware Solution
31.08.2015

Lanner today announced the release of the LEC-7230M, an aluminum and SGCC variant of the recently released LEC-7230L.

The LEC-7230M and the LEC-7230L are both powerful and nimble all-in-one, one-for-all embedded box PCs powered by the Intel Celeron Bay Trail, a SoC known for its significant improvement in computing performance and power efficiency. These two versatile appliances differ in their operating temperatures, storage temperatures, dimensions, construction, weight, mounting options and driver support.

LEC-7230M

  • Operating Temperature 0C~60C
  • Storage Temperature -20C ~ 70C
  • Dimension (mm) 198 x 42 x 145
  • Construction Aluminum + SGCC
  • Weight (kg) 1.2
  • Mounting Options Wall, VESA, DIN-rail, and Rack
  • Driver Support WES 7 E, Win 7 Pro FES,

    WE 8.1 Industry Pro

    Linux Kernal 3.x

LEC-7230L

  • Operating Temperature 0C~40C
  • Storage Temperature -20C ~ 60C
  • Dimension (mm) 195.6 x 41 x 146.8
  • Construction Plastic
  • Weight (kg) 0.9
  • Mounting Options Wall, VESA, DIN-rail
  • Driver Support WES 7 E, Win 7 Pro FES,

    WE 8.1 Industry Pro

    Linux Kernal 3.x

Benchmark testing conducted for computing performance and power efficiency found that the Bay Trail CPU (Intel Celeron J1900) outperforms its predecessor (Intel Atom N2800) by 310% while maintaining the same level of power usage.

In addition to the powerful and nimble J1900 quad-core processors, both solutions support up to 8GB of low-powered DDR3/L memory and come equipped with a multitude of I/O interface, including VGA (1600 x 1200), HDMI (1920 x 1080), dual GbE LAN ports, dual RS-232/422/485 serial ports, USB 3.0/2.0 ports and a mini-PCI-E slot with SIM card reader.

The LEC-7230M and the LEC-7230L are positioned as all-in-one, one-for-all solutions for a wide range of deployment scenarios that includes, but not limited to, production line automation, surveillance NVR, home gateway, digital signage, and retail POS.

 

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