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Advantech launches UNO-247 fanless entry-level edge computer for IT applications

07 February 2020

Advantech, a provider of industrial computing platforms, has announced the UNO-247 — a fanless entry-level internet of things (IoT) edge computer aimed at information technology (IT) applications. Equipped with an Intel® Celeron J3455 processor, comprehensive I/O ports, and VGA and HDMI display interfaces, UNO-247 is designed to deliver edge computing power at a competitive price.

To ensure flexible configuration and easy deployment for diverse industries, the system I/O includes four USB, two GigaLAN, four RS-232 and two RS-485 ports. The fanless design reduces the accumulation of dust and Source: AdvantechSource: Advantechforeign contaminants in harsh environments, while the threaded DC jack enables locking to prevent unexpected power disconnections or interruptions. Overall, the UNO-247 provides a reliable edge gateway solution that can be configured according to specific applications, such as factory automation and environment monitoring.

Optimized form factor for easy assembly and convenient maintenance

Advantech’s UNO-247 is a compact platform that ensures convenient installation with high applicability and integration potential. The entire form factor has been optimized for internal space savings, an increased mean time before failure (MTBF), more reliable signal transmissions and higher shock and vibration tolerance. To reduce system downtime and ensure convenient maintenance, the platform’s mechanical design has been improved to enable memory installation/swapping without disassembling the entire chassis.

Fanless platform with lockable DC jack

The UNO-247 features a fanless design that reduces the accumulation of dust and foreign contaminants, making it suitable for operation in harsh industrial environments. To prevent unexpected power disconnections or interruptions, the UNO-247 power adapter is equipped with a threaded DC jack that allows the connector to be locked in place, ensuring a stable and reliable power supply.

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