Acrosser adding POE to In-Vehicle PC: AIV-Q170V1FL


To make system integrators and engineers’ job easier in the Transit and Railway market, Acrosser Technology integrated PoE (Power-over-Ethernet) feature to its new In-Vehicle PC product to not only simplify the deployment process but also enhance the communication quality. 

Acrosser AIV-Q170V1FL is equipped with the latest Intel Skylake-S 6th Core i CPU, features 4 x POE GbE LAN port with RJ45 connectors (802.3at, total 60W max) , 2 x swappable 2.5” SSD bay, 8 x USB 3.0 ports, and supports 3 x Mini PCI-e (For 4G & GPS module with 2 x SIM card Socket, Wi-Fi/Bluetooth, G Sensor, Dead Reckoning , CAN BUS or OBD II J1939,and etc. ), all put together to offer a full-function rugged rolling stock and moving vehicle PC. 

Having AIV-Q170V1FL running at different customer sites, most customers were elated by the convenience of the PoE (Power-Over-Ethernet) feature which can support PoE cameras via simple wiring, distribute the power directly through the port, and replace the traditional power cords.  Simply put, with PoE, users can easily and economically build an internet environment and install surveillance system on vehicles.

Besides, Acrosser AIV-Q170V1FL is designed with many essential features for onboard computers such as wide operating temperature, anti-shock, and vibration, fan-less enclosure for higher MTBF, and smart power management.

All in all, with all the features mentioned above, Acrosser AIV-Q170V1FL In-Vehicle PC will be adequately fit in Delivery Truck/Service Truck Fleet for tracking and route planning applications, and also can be installed in ambulances to provide better communication with the hospital via 4G LTE/Wi-Fi while implementing Telemedicine.  It will also be very suitable to run in any commuter bus/tourist bus as surveillance system and passenger counter. 


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