Microbox Embedded Computer

A compacted embedded computer with a fanless cooling system designed to work under harsh and below freezing point industrial factory environments.

Microbox Embedded Computer

Acnodes' embedded computers utilize high-performance processors and is designed with a fanless operation and rugged construction, which makes it suitable to function in harsh working environments. With the fanless operation and fully integrated interface ports, these micro box embedded computers have increased reliability, extended MTBF, and reduced maintenance. In addition, these computers come with a low power consumption processor and an industrial-grade embedded system board.
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Embedded Computer and its Significance in Technology
Embedded computers and their significance in technology include a specific function within a larger computerized system. All of the parts come together to form an enclosure that is designed specifically for industrial applications like POS, transportation, or control to provide higher reliability.

Thermal Design for Embedded Computers
As designs get smaller, power densities at all packaging levels increase dramatically. Removing heat is critical to the operation and long-term reliability of electronics. Component temperatures within the specification are the universal criteria used to determine the thermal design for embedded computers.