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NEW PRODUCT: iBase’s BYTEM-123-PC from Backplane

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Sydney-based industrial computing provider Backplane Systems Technology (BST) has announced the release of iBASE Technology’s BYTEM-123-PC, an EN50155 certified in-vehicle human-machine interface (HMI), to the Australian market.

BST told Rail Express the BYTEM-123-PC is based on the quad-core Intel Atom processor, allowing it to provide high computing performance with low power consumption, with silent operation at temperatures from -40°C to 75°C.

The device is E3845 and EN50155 certified for railway applications, and supports input voltages including 24V (the default), as well as 72V and 110V.

“The BYTEM-123-PC front panel provides IP65 protection to make it dust proof and providing the ability to wash down the screen, and also IP54 rating for the whole unit. To enhance functionality and performance of the BYTEM-123-PC, iBASE has included two-finger multi-touch screen to enable users with greater control of the user interface,” the company said.

“The BYTEM-123-PC supports a range of I/O and expansion capabilities, this includes  support  for M12 connectors for power input and 10/100M Ethernet communication, two USB 3.0, one USB 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet controllers for system and software installation or maintenance. The systems also support VESA mounting and an optional rack mounting kit for fitting into different kinds of installations.”

Key Features

  • EN50155 certificate
  • Optical bonding
  • Front bezel IP65 and full IP54 protection
  • 24V DC power input with M12 connector, 48V DC, 72V DC or 110V DC as options
  • Two M12 LAN ports and one M12 USB port
  • Movable and programmable membrane keypad
  • Additional rack mount kit