BOXER-6641 – Fanless Embedded System with Intel® 8th Gen Support

The BOXER-6641 is a sturdy fanless embedded system with support for Intel® 8th Generation processors. With its compact size and socket CPU, as well as wide-temp support, this system is well equipped for harsh environments. The BOXER-6641 is a powerful and excellent solution for most industrial needs.

Additional information

CPU

8th Generation Intel® Processors

CPU Socket

LGA 1151

Memory Type

260-pin DDR4 2666 MHz SO-DIMM

Memory Slots

2

Maximum Memory Supported

64GB

Chipset

A1: Intel® H310, A2: Intel® C246, A5: Intel® H310, A6: Intel® C246

Integrated Graphics

Intel® UHD Graphics

Serial ATA (SATA)

1 x 2.5" SATA SSD / HDD (Optional second bay, please contact sales for more information)

Video

2 x HDMI

LAN Ports

3 x Intel® I211 GbE, 1 x Intel® I219 GbE

Extended Interface

1 x Full-Size Mini-PCIe, 1 x Full-Size Mini Card (PCIe/mSATA), 1 x SIM Slot

Rear I/O

6 x RS232/422/485, 1 x HDMI, 1 x 3-pin DC in terminal block

Front I/O

1 x HDMI, 1 x Mic-in, 1 x Line-out, 4 x LAN, 2 x Antenna Holes, 1 x Remote Power Switch, A1: 4 x USB 3.2 Gen 1, 4 x USB 2.0, A2: 8 x USB 3.2

Audio

Realtek HD Audio

Power Requirement

DC input 10 ~ 35V (3-pin terminal block)

Dimensions

10.4" x 3.19" x 6.15" (264.2mm x 80.92mm x 156.2mm)

Operating Temperature

-4 ~ 131 °F (-20 ~ 55 °C), -4 ~ 113 °F (-20 ~ 45 °C) with Xeon Processor

Storage Temperature

-40 ~ 176 °F (-40 ~ 80 °C)

Vibration

2 Grms/ 5 ~ 500Hz/ operation with SSD/mSATA, 1 Grms/ 5 ~ 500Hz/ operation with HDD

Relative Humidity

Storage: 5 ~ 95% @ 40°C, non-condensing

OS Software Supported

Windows 10 64-bit

Global P/N / SKU

1708279

BOXER-6641 – Fanless Embedded System with Intel® 8th Gen Support

The BOXER-6641 is a sturdy fanless embedded system with support for Intel® 8th Generation processors. With its compact size and socket CPU, as well as wide-temp support, this system is well equipped for harsh environments. The BOXER-6641 is a powerful and excellent solution for most industrial needs.

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CPU

Memory

mSATA SSD

2.5″ SATA SSD

Operating System (Only available if a storage device is selected from above.)

Testing (Only available if memory is included at time of purchase.)

SKU: 1708279 Tags: Harsh Environment, Industrial Automation

Additional information

CPU

8th Generation Intel® Processors

CPU Socket

LGA 1151

Memory Type

260-pin DDR4 2666 MHz SO-DIMM

Memory Slots

2

Maximum Memory Supported

64GB

Chipset

A1: Intel® H310, A2: Intel® C246, A5: Intel® H310, A6: Intel® C246

Integrated Graphics

Intel® UHD Graphics

Serial ATA (SATA)

1 x 2.5" SATA SSD / HDD (Optional second bay, please contact sales for more information)

Video

2 x HDMI

LAN Ports

3 x Intel® I211 GbE, 1 x Intel® I219 GbE

Extended Interface

1 x Full-Size Mini-PCIe, 1 x Full-Size Mini Card (PCIe/mSATA), 1 x SIM Slot

Rear I/O

6 x RS232/422/485, 1 x HDMI, 1 x 3-pin DC in terminal block

Front I/O

1 x HDMI, 1 x Mic-in, 1 x Line-out, 4 x LAN, 2 x Antenna Holes, 1 x Remote Power Switch, A1: 4 x USB 3.2 Gen 1, 4 x USB 2.0, A2: 8 x USB 3.2

Audio

Realtek HD Audio

Power Requirement

DC input 10 ~ 35V (3-pin terminal block)

Dimensions

10.4" x 3.19" x 6.15" (264.2mm x 80.92mm x 156.2mm)

Operating Temperature

-4 ~ 131 °F (-20 ~ 55 °C), -4 ~ 113 °F (-20 ~ 45 °C) with Xeon Processor

Storage Temperature

-40 ~ 176 °F (-40 ~ 80 °C)

Vibration

2 Grms/ 5 ~ 500Hz/ operation with SSD/mSATA, 1 Grms/ 5 ~ 500Hz/ operation with HDD

Relative Humidity

Storage: 5 ~ 95% @ 40°C, non-condensing

OS Software Supported

Windows 10 64-bit

Global P/N / SKU

1708279

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