V2403C Series Intel® 7th Gen Core™/Celeron® Industrial IoT embedded computers with power ignition control, 2 Mini PCIe expansion slots for wireless, SMA connectors
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Features and Benefits
  • Intel® Celeron®/Intel® Core™ i3/i5/i7 high performance network video recorder for rail-wayside and in-vehicle applications

  • Multiple interfaces: Dual display (HDMI, DP), 4 serial ports, 4 GbE ports, 4 DIs, 4 DOs, 4 USB, and 2 Mini PCIe slots for wireless

  • Power management with Ignition on/off delay (externally accessible rotary switch)

  • E1 Mark, ISO 7637-2, and MIL-STD-810G compliant

  • Compliant with EN 50121-4

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Accessories Overview Specifications


The V2403C Series embedded computers are built around an Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3 or Intel® Celeron® high-performance processor and come with up to 32 GB RAM, one mSATA slot, and two HDD/SSD for storage expansion. The computers are compliant with EN 50121-4, E1 mark, and ISO- 7637-2 standards making them ideal for rail-wayside and in-vehicle (except trains) applications.

V2403C computers are equipped with a rich set of interfaces including 4 gigabit Ethernet ports, 4 RS-232/422/485 serial ports, 4 DIs, 4 DOs, and 4 USB 3.0 ports. In addition, they are also provided with 1 DisplayPort output and 1 HDMI output with 4K resolution.

Reliable connections and good power management are key to in-vehicle applications. The computers are provided with 2 mPCIe wireless expansion slots and 4 SIM-card slots to establish redundant LTE/Wi-Fi connectivity. In terms of power management, startup and shutdown delay mechanisms help in avoiding system malfunction and damage.

Power Management With Ignition Control Switch

The V2403C computers come with power management capability that uses an externally accessible rotary switch on the front panel. You can use the switch to configure power ignition on/off delays in the computer for in-vehicle applications. This feature is vital to protect the computer against high/low pulses and waveforms, ensure longevity of batteries, and complete data preservation prior to an unplanned shutdown.


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