The Compact BOXER-6405U: The Gateway to Industry 4.0

2019-03-12

The BOXER-6405U from AAEON is a cost effective compact embedded computer built for industrial applications and powered by the Intel N3350 processor and featuring onboard 2G DDR3L memory and up to 32GB eMMC storage.

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AAEON, an award winning manufacturer of embedded PC solutions, is proud to announce the BOXER-6405U, a turn-key rugged embedded PC built to be flexible and adaptable to a wide range of Industry 4.0 applications, including machine vision, AI edge computing, and industrial IoT gateway.

The BOXER-6405U is built to be a go-anywhere, work-anywhere solution. Rugged design gives it a wide operating temperature range from -20°C to 50°C. It’s palm-sized compact size, only 37mm thick, allows it to squeeze into tight operating spaces, and it’s wide voltage input range of 9V to 24V allow it to easily integrate with industrial power sources. The BOXER-6405U even comes with wall-mount brackets to ensure it’s ready to install wherever you need it.

The BOXER-6405U features an Intel N3350 or N4200 processor with 2G DDR3L 1600 memory and up to 32 GB eMMC storage onboard. The BOXER-6405U comes with four USB 3.0 and two Intel i211AT Gigabit Ethernet ports, perfect for machine vision applications. The BOXER-6405U has two internal expansion bays, one full-sized Minicard and one half-sized Minicard, supporting a wide range of options including AI modules such as AAEON’s own AI Core X with Intel Movidius Myriad X VPU. With support for WiFi or 4G LTE cards, the BOXER-6405U can also be used for remote edge computing or as an industrial IoT gateway.

The BOXER-6405U is a rugged turn-key solution that is ready to go out of the box. With AAEON’s manufacturer support, it can even be tailored to meet the specific needs of your application.

“The BOXER-6405U is a cost effective solution for tough industrial environments,” said Ken Pan, Product Manager with AAEON’s System Platform Division. “It’s a compact embedded computer built for vertical market applications such as machine vision and industrial gateway.”