Axiomtek: outdoor edge AI system with NVIDIA Jetson TX2 module -

Axiomtek: outdoor edge AI system with NVIDIA Jetson TX2 module


Axiomtek announce its last Artificial Intelligence embedded system, the eBOX800-900-FL. It adopts a full IP67-rated extruded aluminum and heavy-duty steel case for dust protection and water resistance. Moreover, the AI embedded system comes with a wide operating temperature range of -30 to 60°C and a vibration endurance for up to 3Grms. The embedded system is powered by the NVIDIA Jetson TX2 module which has a powerful 64-bit ARM A57 processor and 256-core NVIDIA Pascal GPU. It features M12 type I/O connectors and four N-jack waterproof antenna openings for operational stability in rugged environments. The eBOX800-900-FL is ideal for AI edge computing and deep learning applications, such as smart city, smart manufacturing, smart transportation, and much more.

The eBOX800-900-FL has 8GB of LPDDR4 memory and 32GB eMMC onboard. It comes with a wide range of 100 to 240 VAC power input with 10kV surge protection. The rugged edge computer also features one M.2 SSD PCIe 2.0 x4 socket which supports high-performance NVM Express interface for extensive storage needs. Furthermore, the embedded box PC is equipped with a PoE port to support the applications that require the use of IP cameras or any PoE device, i.e., traffic flow monitoring, license plate recognition, vehicle recognition, machine vision.

The eBOX800-900-FL is a high-performance AI embedded system that supports one C3 USB 2.0 port, one M12 X-coded Gigabit LAN port, one M12 X-coded Gigabit PoE port, and one C3 HDMI port supporting full HD. Its four N-jack type antenna connectors feature a water-proof design for WLAN and WWAN usage. It has a PCI Express Mini Card slot for 3G/4G/LTE/GPRS connections. There are flexible mounting options including wall mount and VESA mount for this rugged box. It has passed the strict certification with CE and FCC Class A.

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