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Lanner Electronics has announced the LEC-3000, a SFF communications appliance that is ideal for working with programmable logic controllers in industrial and automation environments.

The Lanner LEC-3000 utilises the low-power VIA Eden processor with a VX800 chipset and features four COM ports with electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection.

The appliance also has an array of connectivity ports, a cable-less and fan-less SFF chassis, and an extended temperature specification.

The LEC-3000’s four COM ports are each capable of sending signals via RS232, RS442 or RS485.

This signal can be adjusted or changed via the auto flow control located on the motherboard, without modification in the BIOS.

This makes the LEC-3000 ideal for working with programmable logic controllers in industrial environments or in conjunction with power management tools in utility systems.

The LEC-3000 is designed for easy integration into automation settings.

It is a fan-less system encased in heat-dissipating aluminium.

Internally, the LEC-3000 is cable-free, which translates to improved reliability and longevity according to Lanner.

A DIN mount is attached to the exterior, allowing the system to be ready for use right out of the box.

The appliance offers a wide temperature range from -20C to +55C.

The LEC-3000 is built around the Via Eden processor and VX800 chipset for low power consumption coupled with high processing ability.

There is a CF socket for storage needs.

Other features include: VGA, four USB, two GbE LAN, a RJ45 console port, a DIO port (four in/four out), a CF socket and a PCI/104 slot for proprietary expansion purposes.

The LEC-3000 is capable of running Embedded Windows XP, Windows XP 32-bit, as well as Linux Kernel 2.4.16 and above.

The LEC-3000 will be displayed in the Lanner’s booth at Computex 2010 in Taipei.

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