Lanner Electronics LEC-5510 In-Vehicle Computer

Lanner Electronics announced the LEC-5510 in-vehicle computer. The LEC-5510 embedded system features 1.66GHz dual core Intel Atom D510 processor, ICH8M chipset, Intel Ethernet (2 x Intel 82574L) controllers, Intel graphic controllers (GMA3150), 1GB onboard RAM , SODIMM slot for additional DDR2 memory (up to 2GB additional), 4 x USB 2.0, 2 x serial, audio, VGA and digital I/O. The Lanner LEC-5510 is ideal for construction equipment, semis, cabs, vans, trains and buses.

Lanner Electronics LEC-5510 In-Vehicle Computer

Lanner LEC-5510 In-Vehicle IPC Features

  • 1.66GHz Intel Dual Core Atom D510 processor
  • Power ignition control
  • Switches seamlessly between vehicle power to battery power and vice-versa
  • Controller senses when the vehicle is turned on and off, allowing the appliance to only use the back battery when necessary
  • ICH8M chipset
  • Intel Ethernet (2 x Intel 82574L) controllers
  • Intel GMA3150 graphic controllers
  • 1GB onboard RAM and a SODIMM slot for DDR2 memory (up to 2GB), maximum of 3GB total
  • Wide power input range between 6 and 30V of DC power
  • Integrated SIM card reader
  • 4 x USB 2.0, 2 x serial, audio, VGA and digital I/O
  • Holux GR89 GPS receiver
  • 2 x Mini-PCIe slots (one expansion slot is attached to a SIM card reader for 3G connectivity)
  • Tested for vibrations up to 2g at 5-500Hz and shock along all three axes at 30grms acceleration
  • Fanless design
  • Completely cableless interior
  • Hard drive bay includes rubber pads and additional protective casing to give extra dampening
  • Many of the I/O ports come in a DB9 or terminal block form factors which screw the connector directly into the appliance to ensure secure connections
  • CE and FCC certifications and meets e13 (emark) certification for in-vehicle computers
  • Temperature range between -20 and 55 degree Celsius
  • Screw locked power plug
  • Ideal for all mobile land vehicles, including construction equipment, semis, cabs, vans, trains and buses

More info: Lanner Electronics LEC-5510 In-Vehicle IPC (pdf)