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Three-in-One Fanless Computer, NISE 103 EZ Controller – Your Best Choice for Control, Computing and Wireless Communication

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NISE 103 fanless computer is an application-ready EZ controller, utilizing the great performance of Intel® Atom™ D425 processor and DDR3 memory. The system’s low power consumption and fanless design makes
NISE 103 a cost-effective and reliable solution in automation and control fields.

Versatile I/O Interfaces to meet your needs
NISE 103 features a vast array of I/O connections including:

Equipped with mini-PCIe socket and SIM card holder expansion, NISE 103 offers users the benefits of wireless communication. It can support an optional mobile wireless module or Wi-Fi module.

Ideal for space-critical application
Housed in 185mm (W) x 131mm (D) x 54mm (H) rugged aluminum chassis, NISE 103 is a palm-size fanless computer which can be utilized in even space-critical environments, for example, Kiosk, digital signage, POS, self-service and Remote SCADA applications. With rich I/O connections, NISE103 provides the availability for various on demand applications, not only for industrial automation but also for wireless communication applications.

NISE103 also supports various Microsoft operating systems, including Windows® 7, Windows® XP, Windows embedded Standard 2009, Windows® Embedded Standard 7, Windows CE6.0, Linux Kernel 2.4 & 2.6 supported.

‧     Communications control
‧     Industrial automation
‧     Machinery computer
‧     Self-service computer
‧     Kiosk computer
‧     Ticket machine
‧     Transportation control system
‧     SCADA and Wireless RTU system

Main Features
‧     On-board Intel® Atom™ D425 processor, 1.8 GHz
‧     Intel® ICH8M chipsets
‧     2 x Intel® 10/100/1000 Mbps LAN ports
‧     4 x USB2.0, 1 x RS232/ 422/ 485 and 3x RS232
‧     1 x Mini PCIe with two antenna holes and one SIM card holder
‧     1 x DB15 Digital input and output
‧     On-board DC to DC power designed to support +12V DC power input
‧     Supports ATX power mode, WOL, LAN teaming and PXE function

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Source: Nexcom

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