Computer series with robust construction and easy access device

Matrix MXE-5500 Series feature 6th generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3 processors, and robust construction, rich I/O, and easy device access.

07/28/2016


Matrix MXE-5500 Series feature 6th generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3 processors, and robust construction, rich I/O, and easy device access. Courtesy: AdlinkAdlink's Matrix MXE-5500 Series feature 6th generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3 processors, and robust construction, rich I/O, and easy device access. The MXE-5500 Series operates at -4°F to 158°F temperatures, shock up to 100 G, and vibration up to 5 Grms, making it suitable for ITS, surveillance, and industrial and logistic automation applications. MXE-5500 Series delivers fast graphics performance, and provides accelerated HW media codecs to support Ultra HD 4K display. Built-in smart embedded management agent utility provides an intuitive GUI and easy-to-use programming library for enhanced system management. MXE-5500 embodies adaptive function module fulfilment for operations requiring fast customization, meeting demands for modular design with application-oriented I/O and domain-specific power supply.

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