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Customizable, Atom-based DIN-rail PC supports Linux

Dec 17, 2018 — by Eric Brown — 387 views

Lanner’s “LEC-3034” is a fanless, Intel Bay Trail based DIN-rail box PC with up to 4x GbE, 4x USB, and 8x isolated serial ports plus SATA and mSATA storage and M.2 support for 4G.

Lanner’s line of industrial computers, which includes its recent, Apollo Lake based NVA-3000 embedded vision computer, now has a new DIN-rail mountable PC that harkens back to Intel’s previous Bay Trail generation of Atom SoCs. The fanless, 169.5 x 127 x 69mm LEC-3034 runs Linux 2.6 or Windows 7 on a dual-core, 1.33GHz Atom E3825 and supports -40 to 70°C temperatures.



LEC-3034 in its many configurations
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The LEC-3034 ships with up to 8GB of single-channel 1067MHz DDR3L RAM and offers an mSATA socket and a 2.5-inch SATA bay for storage. You can choose between 4x standard Gigabit Ethernet ports or 2x magnetically isolated GbE ports.

The M.2 3042 expansion slot and SIM slot touted in the announcement (but not the product page or datasheet) are said to support an optional 4G LTE modem. Dual antenna mounts with optional antennas are also available.



LEC-3034 detail view
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The LEC-3034 is further equipped with single USB 3.0 and 2.0 host ports, and you can add two more USB 2.0 ports for a total of four USB ports. A VGA port is the sole media interface.


LEC-3034 rear view

You can choose between three serial configurations, all with 2KV isolation, 15KV ESD protection, and Phoenix Contact terminal block ports. One SKU provides 4x, 6x, or 8x RS-232/422/485 ports while another gives you 4x RS-485, and a third option provides 8x RS-485 and 2x x RS-232/485.

The LEC-3034 provides a wide-range 12-36V DC input via a 2-pin Phoenix connector, and there’s a power/reset button and a 100-240V AC adapter with 24V, 2.5A, 60W output. Power consumption ranges from 7.5W idle to 11.2W with a full load.

Other features include a watchdog, LEDs, and both DIN-rail and wall mounting. Other DIN-rail computers with a dual-core Bay Trail Atom include Axiomtek’s rBOX510-6COM.

 
Further information

No pricing or availability information was provided for the LEC-3034. More information may be found on Lanner’s LEC-3034 product page.

 

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