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KUBER-212B – Ultra-small Form Factor Industrial PC with Extended CANbus, LAN, and GPIO

The KUBER-212B is a small fanless embedded PC designed for Automated Guided Vehicle controlling. With its extended I/O, sturdy aluminum chassis, and small form factor, this system is a perfect solution for industrial applications with limited space.

Additional information

CPU

Intel® Celeron N3350

Memory Type

Onboard LPDDR4 2133 MHz

Maximum Memory Supported

4GB

Chipset

Integrated in SoC

Integrated Graphics

Intel® HD Graphics 500

Storage

eMMC 5.0 onboard flash 32GB, up to 256GB

Video

1 x DisplayPort 1.4

LAN Ports

4 x Intel I210 Gigabit Ethernet

GPIO Interface

8 channels

Extended Interface

1x M.2 Key E 2230, 1x Mini-PCIe supports full size mini card (mSATA), 1x M.2 Key B 2242 (optional)

Rear I/O

4 x GbE, 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x DP 1.4, 1 x CANbus, 8 channels GPIO

Power Requirement

DC input 12~30V 2-pin Terminal Block

Dimensions

99mm x 63mm x 92mm

Operating Temperature

-4 ~ 122 °F (-20 ~ 50 °C)

Storage Temperature

-40 ~ 185 °F (-40 ~ 85 °C)

Relative Humidity

5 ~ 85%, non-condensing

OS Software Supported

Windows 10 64-bit, Yocto v2.7.1 (Kernal 4.14)

Vibration

1G with DIN-Rail Mounting (EN 60068-2-6), Wall mount (MIL-STD-810G 514.7C-V Category-4)

Shock

15G with 11 ms impulse length, 18 shocks DIN-Rail (EN 60068-2-27), 40G with 11 ms impulse length, 18 shocks Wall mount (EN 60068-2-27)

Global P/N / SKU

1708260

Ordering Options

Kuber-212B (SKU# 1708260A):
4 x Gigabit Ethernet ports, 1 x CANbus, 8 channels GPIO

Note: eMMC 5.0 onboard flash 32GB, up to 256GB. Please contact sales for further information.

Ordering Options

Kuber-212B (SKU# 1708260A): 4 x Gigabit Ethernet ports, 1 x CANbus, 8 channels GPIO Note: eMMC 5.0 onboard flash 32GB, up to 256GB. Please contact sales for further information.

KUBER-212B – Ultra-small Form Factor Industrial PC with Extended CANbus, LAN, and GPIO

The KUBER-212B is a small fanless embedded PC designed for Automated Guided Vehicle controlling. With its extended I/O, sturdy aluminum chassis, and small form factor, this system is a perfect solution for industrial applications with limited space.

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Operating System

SKU: 1708260 Tags: In-Vehicle Computers, Industrial Automation

Additional information

CPU

Intel® Celeron N3350

Memory Type

Onboard LPDDR4 2133 MHz

Maximum Memory Supported

4GB

Chipset

Integrated in SoC

Integrated Graphics

Intel® HD Graphics 500

Storage

eMMC 5.0 onboard flash 32GB, up to 256GB

Video

1 x DisplayPort 1.4

LAN Ports

4 x Intel I210 Gigabit Ethernet

GPIO Interface

8 channels

Extended Interface

1x M.2 Key E 2230, 1x Mini-PCIe supports full size mini card (mSATA), 1x M.2 Key B 2242 (optional)

Rear I/O

4 x GbE, 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x DP 1.4, 1 x CANbus, 8 channels GPIO

Power Requirement

DC input 12~30V 2-pin Terminal Block

Dimensions

99mm x 63mm x 92mm

Operating Temperature

-4 ~ 122 °F (-20 ~ 50 °C)

Storage Temperature

-40 ~ 185 °F (-40 ~ 85 °C)

Relative Humidity

5 ~ 85%, non-condensing

OS Software Supported

Windows 10 64-bit, Yocto v2.7.1 (Kernal 4.14)

Vibration

1G with DIN-Rail Mounting (EN 60068-2-6), Wall mount (MIL-STD-810G 514.7C-V Category-4)

Shock

15G with 11 ms impulse length, 18 shocks DIN-Rail (EN 60068-2-27), 40G with 11 ms impulse length, 18 shocks Wall mount (EN 60068-2-27)

Global P/N / SKU

1708260

Ordering Options

Kuber-212B (SKU# 1708260A):
4 x Gigabit Ethernet ports, 1 x CANbus, 8 channels GPIO

Note: eMMC 5.0 onboard flash 32GB, up to 256GB. Please contact sales for further information.

Ordering Options

Kuber-212B (SKU# 1708260A): 4 x Gigabit Ethernet ports, 1 x CANbus, 8 channels GPIO Note: eMMC 5.0 onboard flash 32GB, up to 256GB. Please contact sales for further information.

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