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Fanless Embedded Controller operates from -25 to +70°C.

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January 16, 2013 - Powered by 3rd Gen Intel® Quad-Core™ i7 processor operating at 3.30 GHz, ECS-7000 Series supports up to 16 GB dual channel DDR3L and DDR3 RAM. Device provides DP, DVI-D, and VGA display interfaces as well as  isolated DIO, 6 GbE LANs, CFast, and two 2.5 in. SATA 6 Gbps HDD/SSD trays. Also equipped with 4 COM ports, 4 USB 3.0 ports, JST connector, and 2 mini PCI-express connections, controller is suited for machine vision, intelligent automation, surveillance, and security applications.

Vecow

4F., No.52, Alley 3,, Lane 182, Sec. 2, Wenhua Rd. Banqiao City,, Taipei, Taiwan

Original Press Release

The World's 1st Intel Gen3 Ivy Bridge Quad-Core i7/i5, Extended-Temp, Fan-less Embedded System

Press release date: January 11, 2013

Taipei, Taiwan – Vecow Co., Ltd., a front-runner in the application fields of embedded system, image processing, and intelligent automation, today announces fanless embedded controller ECS-7000 series support 3rd Gen Intel® Quad-Core™ series processor (6M Cache, up to 3.30 GHz), DDR3L and DDR3 maximum dual channel 16GB ram, 3 independent display (DP, DVI-D, and VGA), isolated DIO, maximum 6 GbE LANs, CFast, two 2.5” SATA 6Gp/s HDD/SSD trays, 4 COM, 4 USB 3.0 ports, JST connector, and 2 miniPCI-express, plus with overvoltage protection and Trusted Platform Module which making ECS-7000 series stand out from others in machine vision and GigE imaging, intelligent automation, surveillance and security, and most of embedded applications.

Fanless, -25° to +70° Operation Environment Temperature
Superior housing and heat dispassion design allow ECS-7000 whole product family operation under hard environments. Dissipating heat from the inner high performance processor through external aluminum heat sink, ECS-7000 series enable to operate with performance and stability at temperatures from -25 to 70 degrees Celsius.

Quad-Core Processor & DDR3 Superb Performance
ECS-7000 full series powered by cutting-edge the 3rd Gen Intel® Quad-Core™ i7 Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.3 GHz) not only increasing power efficiency as much as 25% also integrates Intel® HD 4000 graphics and extremely low thermal design power as 35W providing an enhanced reliability, safety and shock resistance for fanless operation required environments. Allowing to decode multiple high-resolution full HD videos simultaneous, Intel® GMA HD 4000 graphic supports Direct X 11, OpenGL 3.1, Open CL 1.1 and MPEG-2 hardware decoding and up to 3 independent displays. With dual channel SO-DIMM DDR3 1333/1066MHz up to 16GB and quad-core processor, ECS-7000 series would be the ideal option of ultimate performance embedded system.

Rich I/O & Over-Expectation Storage Capability
Maximum 6 GbE LAN, ECS-7000 series provide stable and 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, and 2 front panel accessible SATA III (6Gb/s) 2.5” HDD/SSD trays with key locks.

More information about Vecow ECS-7000 series High-performance Extended Fanless Embedded Controller may be found on the company's website at http://www.vecow.com .

About Vecow Co., Ltd.
Vecow has been devoted to designing and developing high quality products with innovative technology since it was founded. Our application fields of factory/machine automation, machine vision & GigE imaging, DIO, digital signage, medical and home automation and in-vehicle and environment surveillance are credited to Vecow high-efficient design services.

Media Contact:
info@vecow.com

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