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Why Choose Fanless Embedded Computers?

Introduction to Fanless Embedded Computers

Fanless embedded computers are a type of reinforced, enhanced industrial computer that can reliably operate as an industrial controller in industrial environments. Fanless industrial computers are colloquially known as compact computers specifically designed for industrial settings. They are also referred to as fanless industrial computers or box PCs. Typically consisting of four components: embedded microprocessors, peripheral hardware devices, embedded operating systems, and application programs. They are used to control, monitor, or manage other devices. These computers are characterized by low power consumption, small size, fanless design, strong stability, and find extensive applications in factory production line control, video surveillance, gate systems, rail transportation, digital electronics, healthcare, video conferencing, subway brakes, ticket vending machines, and more.

Advantages of Fanless Embedded Computers

The common advantages of fanless embedded computers on the market are:

Excellent product functionality adaptability, which almost completely matches the functionality of the tested or controlled objects. It has a certain degree of scalability but not primarily focusing on expansion. Consequently, the product offers high cost-effectiveness.

High reliability is achieved through a foundation of reliable electrical functionality design, considering critical aspects of reliability design such as heat dissipation, electromagnetic compatibility, dust-proofing, water-proofing, and anti-vibration features. The fanless embedded computer employs aluminum fins distributed across the chassis surface to facilitate heat dissipation. This approach effectively addresses issues related to high internal temperatures within the chassis and the frequent failures associated with cooling fans, significantly enhancing the stability and reliability of industrial computers during prolonged on-site operations. Furthermore, fanless operation eliminates the necessity for air convection, effectively safeguarding the industrial computer against dust infiltration.

Fanless embedded computers are primarily designed to feature low power consumption and a fanless structure. With devices becoming more compact, their heat dissipation capability becomes limited. Simultaneously, embedded systems have stringent requirements for Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF), especially in unattended applications. Therefore, the necessity for super-low-power and fanless designs has become imperative.

Fanless embedded computers possess a compact form factor, characterized by small dimensions, lightweight construction, minimal space requirements, simple and flexible installation and maintenance procedures, convenient operation, and compatibility with virtually any terminal, equipment, or control cabinet.

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