- Intel Celeron N4505
- 1× HDMI 2.0b, 1× DisplayPort 1.4a, 1× VGA
- Up to 16 GB of DDR4 memory
- Two M.2 slots (1× M.2-2280, 1× M.2-2230)
- Gigabit Ethernet, WLAN-ready
- 1× NVMe, 1× SATA 2,5", card reader
- 2× USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gbit), 2× USB 3.2 Gen 1 (5 Gbit), 2× USB 2.0, 2× COM
- Prepared for LTE reception
- Remote power-on connection, always-on jumper
- Wall/VESA mounting option
- Optional DIN-Rail/19” mount
View as a photorealistic 3D model
The 3D model can be moved 360° and viewed in minute detail by zooming in. Opened on a smartphone or tablet, it can be displayed and marvelled at as a 3D object in a real environment. By the way: All this works without app installation on iOS and Android devices.Experience in AR via smartphone
Reading and writing memory cards
Discreetly hidden in the front panel is an SD card reader that allows convenient handling of memory cards, such as those often found in smartphones, cameras, microcomputers or drones.
Energy-saving technology combined with an ingenious cooling system mean no fans are required. No operating noise at all, fewer moving parts and therefore lower maintenance costs too.
How does this work?
Thanks to a simple physical principle, known as convection. Warm air rises while entraining colder air at the same time. This permanent flow passes through machines or travels along surfaces. This prevents a build-up of heat and ensures reliable cooling.
Maximum flexibility in the choice of monitor
Three different graphics outputs, both with digital and analogue signals, offer great flexibility in the choice of the display. This model features an HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort and VGA port.
Add-ons via M.2 module
Two M.2 slots make it possible to add data mediums and additional modules, for example for WLAN or wireless. Thanks to the PCI Express connection, large quantities of data can be transported in a short time via the M.2 slot.
- M.2-2280 for an NVMe SSD
- M.2-2230 for a WLAN module
USB transmission with 10 Gbit per second
External devices or data storage media with a USB interface benefit from bandwidths of 10 Gbit/s. Portable SSDs or hard drives which support the relevant standard can theoretically transmit up to 1.25 gigabyte per second.
Wired remote starting
This model features a remote power-on connection. Any two-pin cable can be used to connect dedicated buttons via pins on the back and they then allow the machine to be started remotely.