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Nuvo-5501- Intel® 6th-Gen Core™ i7/ i5/ i3 compact fanless embedded controller with 3x GbE

Nuvo-5501 series features compact fanless embedded controllers for the cost and space conscious. Based on Intel® Skylake platform, it is designed to provide cutting-edge performance and reliable operation in extreme environment. Its LGA 1151 socket offers users the flexibility to select a 35W CPU from 6th-Gen Intel® CoreTM i to Celeron® lineup to suit application needs. Nuvo-5501 is the most compact fanless embedded controller supporting Skylake LGA 1151 socket CPUs, measuring just 221 x 173 x 76.2 mm, it is easy to deploy in restricted spaces. In its compact enclosure, Nuvo-5501 features rich, front-accessible I/Os including 3x GbE, 4x USB 3.0 and 4x COM ports. There is even enough room for a 3.5” HDD that is compatible with the latest storage capacities. The compact Nuvo-5501 is a cost-effective solution that does not compromise on performance and reliability, making it the ideal embedded controller for various industrial applications.  

Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Power Consumption

1x 3-pin pluggable terminal block for 8~35 VDC power input

Gigabit LAN Ports

1x Gigabit Ethernet port (via Intel I219-LM) 2x Gigabit Ethernet port (via Intel I210-IT)

Global P/N / SKU

1708186

Chassis

Not sold separately

Video Chipset

Integrated Intel® HD 530/510 controller

Chipset

Intel® H110 platform controller hub

Dimensions

221 x 173 x 76 mm

Construction

Aluminum

Nuvo-5501- Intel® 6th-Gen Core™ i7/ i5/ i3 compact fanless embedded controller with 3x GbE

Nuvo-5501 series features compact fanless embedded controllers for the cost and space conscious. Based on Intel® Skylake platform, it is designed to provide cutting-edge performance and reliable operation in extreme environment. Its LGA 1151 socket offers users the flexibility to select a 35W CPU from 6th-Gen Intel® CoreTM i to Celeron® lineup to suit application needs.

Nuvo-5501 is the most compact fanless embedded controller supporting Skylake LGA 1151 socket CPUs, measuring just 221 x 173 x 76.2 mm, it is easy to deploy in restricted spaces. In its compact enclosure, Nuvo-5501 features rich, front-accessible I/Os including 3x GbE, 4x USB 3.0 and 4x COM ports. There is even enough room for a 3.5” HDD that is compatible with the latest storage capacities.

The compact Nuvo-5501 is a cost-effective solution that does not compromise on performance and reliability, making it the ideal embedded controller for various industrial applications.

 

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SKU: 1708186 Tags: Harsh Environment, In-Vehicle Computers, Industrial Automation, Internet of Things (IoT)

Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Power Consumption

1x 3-pin pluggable terminal block for 8~35 VDC power input

Gigabit LAN Ports

1x Gigabit Ethernet port (via Intel I219-LM) 2x Gigabit Ethernet port (via Intel I210-IT)

Global P/N / SKU

1708186

Chassis

Not sold separately

Video Chipset

Integrated Intel® HD 530/510 controller

Chipset

Intel® H110 platform controller hub

Dimensions

221 x 173 x 76 mm

Construction

Aluminum

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