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Adlink MVP-6010/6020 embedded computers
Photo: Company [Aug 15, 2017]

Adlink Technology has introduced its MVP-6010/6020 series, a new addition to its MVP family of fanless embedded computing platforms. The MVP-6010/6020 series comes with four expansion slots and 6th generation Intel Core processors that increase by up to 30% in performance over the previous generation of Intel Core processors, according to the vendor.

With Adlink's fanless construction, the MVP-6010/6020 series can sustain 65W TDP, overcoming the challenges of harsh environments, according to the company. The MVP-6010/6020 series offers one PCIe x16 and three PCI, or two PCIe x16 and two PCI expansion slots. The series is compatible with Adlink's complete range of fully pre-verified motion, vision and I/O cards, providing single-source convenience, according to the company.

The MVP-6010/6020 series provides built-in dual-channel DDR4 SO-DIMM sockets for up to 32GB of memory, and the Intel HD Graphics 530 supercharges graphics performance. Dual independent displays are fully supported, with one VGA, one DVI and two DisplayPort, two software-programmable RS-232/422/485 + two RS-232 ports, three Intel GbE ports with teaming function, six external USB ports (four USB 3.0 + two USB 2.0), and 8CH DI and 8CH DO.

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