Lanner today sees the release of the IIoT-I531, a fanless computing vision IPC powered by the 11th generation Intel Core i Series CPU (codenamed Tiger Lake-UP3). This particular box PC is designed for machine vision, surveillance and compute-intensive video-related applications.
The IIoT-I531 can be equipped with 2x DDR4 3200MHz IBECC SO-DIMM, providing up to 64 GB of memory capacity. In terms of connectivity, the appliance provides 4x PoE+ ports, 2x RJ45 ports, 4x COM ports, 4x USB 3.0, Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics, 2x HDMI ports, 4x isolated digital input ports and 4x isolated digital output ports.
The IIoT-I531 is made capable of operating under extreme temperatures, from -40°C to 70°C or from -40°C to 75°C (depending on LTE configuration). Combined with its compact design, robust performance and rich I/O, this platform delivers ample computing power for machine vision applications and is ideal for application scenarios that require energy and power efficiency.
A combination of 4x PoE+ ports, 4x COM ports and 4x USB 3.0 ports deliver connectivity flexibility for peripherals and other devices, while the built-in Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics controller, HDMI ports and DIDO together offer support for external imaging and video-centric output. The included M.2 B-Key and E-Key allow for both 5G and WiFi connectivities.
All in all, Lanner’s IIoT-I531 makes available imaging-based automated decision-making capabilities that greatly benefit industries and manufacturings that require automatic visual inspection and quality control processes; such capabilities can also be relied upon for surveillance, security, guiding robotics collaboration and automating vehicle driving.
Computing Vision IPC With 11th Gen Intel® Core i Series CPU
|CPU||11th Gen Intel® Core™ i (Up to i7-1185GRE), Codenamed TigerLake-UP3|