HABEY USA Introduces BIS-6761 and BIS-6763 Embedded Systems

HABEY BIS-6763 embedded system

HABEY USA introduced their BIS-6761/6763 embedded system. The BIS-6761 is powered by the Intel Celeron 857, while the BIS-6763 is powered by the Intel Core i3-2367M. The BIS-6763/6761 features the Intel HM65 chipset, HDMI+VGA dual independent display, six USB ports, a COM port, Gigabit Ethernet port, mic in, line out audio on both back and front plate, and a DC 12V power input for mobile applications. The HABEY embedded computer is ideal for medical, digital signage, industrial automation, green technology, advanced system controller, POS, and kiosk applications.

The HABEY BIS-6763/6761 consumes less than 25W. The embedded system includes a hard drive plate that is conveniently located on the bottom of the BIS-6761/6763 to easily swap out storage devices or upgrade from standard hard drives to solid state drives. The BIS-6761/6763 supports Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows XP Embedded, Windows Embedded Standard 7, Linux Ubuntu, Linux Meego, Linux Yacto and VxWorks Wind River.

HABEY BIS-6761/6763 Embedded System Features

  • Fanless thermal design with aluminum chassis
  • Intel HM65 chipset
  • BIS-6763: Intel Core i3-2367M processor (1.4GHz 3MB Cache)
  • BIS-6761: Intel Celeron 857 processor (1.20GHz 2MB Cache)
  • DDRIII SODIMM 1066/1333MHz slot, up to 4GB
  • Gigabit Ethernet – 10/100/1000Mbps RJ-45
  • Two mini-PCIe expansion slots on-board for WiFi, TV Tuners, and other cellular connection modules
  • Six USB ports
  • COM port
  • External access of hard drive/SSD via bottom plate
  • Dual independent displays: VGA+HDMI display output
  • HD audio, line out, mic in
  • SATAII HDD/SSD 2.5″ drive bay slot
  • Dimensions: 190 mm x 190 mm x 67 mm; 7.5″ x 7.5″ x 2.6″ (W x L x H)
  • Customizable front slot and back plate allow different interfaces on one platform
  • Consumes less than 25W
  • DC 12V power input for mobile applications

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