Moxa introduced the DA-710 x86-based fanless rackmount embedded computer with modular flexibility. The Moxa DA-710 embedded computer supports USB, VGA, and CompactFlash. It features four Ethernets ports, two RS-232 serial ports, and 19-inch, 4U high form factor. The DA-710 rackmount computer is ideal for industrial automation applications. The modular expansion design enables users to tailor their embedded computers.
Moxa DA-710 Embedded Computer Highlights
Designed for Power Substations
The DA-710 rugged industrial computer offers a wide range of applications for multitasking in a single power substation central management system. Moxa’s DA-710 can put an end to system instability and simplify maintenance problems often associated with traditional multi-backend host servers.
Powerful and Customizable
The DA-710 not only features a high performance Intel processor, but it also comes with four PCI slots for inserting assorted expansion modules to cater to the needs of different applications. Modules include: an 8-port RS-232/422/485 module (available with isolation, DB9 or terminal block), a 4-port 10/100 Mbps LAN module, an 8-port RS-232/485 module, an 8-port 10/100 switch module, an 8-port RS-422/485 module, an 8-port module, and a universal PCI expansion module. Swapping of modules is quick and effortless.
Power Redundancy with Fanless Design
The DA-710 offers 100/240 VAC/VDC dual power inputs and supports redundant applications to ensure continuous operation. Moxa’s fanless design allows the DA-710 to use a high performance processor, and the reliability and stability of the system is increased, while repair and maintenance efforts are reduced.
Pre-installed Operating System
The DA-710 runs pre-installed Linux, WinCE 6.0, or Windows XP Embedded to provide a friendly environment for developing sophisticated application software. Moxa includes BIOS, middleware, sample code, and tools to reduce a programmer’s workload and make it easier to develop bug-free code, saving valuable time and development costs.
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