Korenix introduced the JetBox 5300-w embedded Linux computer. The JetBox 5300-w has an operating temperature of -40 to 80 °C. The fanless computer features redundant dual power inputs, two LAN ports, two USB ports, two RS232/422/485, and two RS232 serial ports. In addition, the compact JetBox 5300-w offers four DI and four DO channels for integrating alarms, indicators, and sensors into complex networking system. The RISC-based computer is ideal for front-end industrial control deployments (such as open-pit mines, railcars, railways, and public utilities).
Korenix JetBox 5300-w Features
- RISC CPU low power consumption
- -40~80oC operating temp, fan-less design
- Linux programming
- Linux customized configuration auto-run via SD card
- 4-port serial: TCP server mode
- Digital I/O controller: 4 DI and 4 DO, DIO scheduling
- SNMP control
- Modbus gateway (optional)
The JetBox 5300-w supports the Korenix Auto-Run customization setting on SD card, which enables users to configure their own Linux commands once the system is booted. By storing the customized data onto the SD card, software engineers can automatically run specific configurations or run specific applications in the JetBox 5300-w embedded computer making the industrial network management easier and more flexible.
An optional Modbus Gateway function for Modbus applications is available. The option enables serial Modbus RTU devices to communicate with Modbus TCP devices.
More info: Korenix Technology