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Lanner computer with GNSS certified for rolling rail stock

September 2, 2020  - By
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Lanner Electronics Inc., a designer and manufacturer of network appliances and intelligent edge computing platforms, has launched the R3S series of rugged, EN-50155-certified fanless vehicle/rail computers.

The R3S is equipped with a u-blox NEO-M8N module, which receives GPS, Galileo, GLONASS and BeiDou with the default set for GPS + GLONASS dual band.

Powered by Intel Atom x7-E3950 processor (formerly Apollo Lake) and Intel HD graphics 505 processor, R3S series offers power-efficient performance for consolidating the in-vehicle workloads such as video surveillance, control/monitoring, passenger information, and Wi-Fi hotspot sharing.

To ensure proper operations in moving vehicles, R3S series is certified with EN50155, EN50121-3-2, EN50121-4, EN50125-3 and EN45545 standard, E13 standard and has passed MIL-STD-810G shock and vibration resistance certifications. R3S series can operate under wide operating temperature range (-40~70° C) and 24~36/72~110 voltage input, indicating its excellent reliability in harsh railway settings.

Designed for in-vehicle surveillance, the new R3S series equip with 6x M12-protected PoE ports (any 3 or 4 ports can support IEEE 802.3at PoE+) for IP camera or wireless access point connection and one external removable 2.5-inch HDD/SSD drive bay for recorded footage storage.

For edge-to-cloud connectivity, R3S uses its internal GPS/GLONASS chipsets for GPS tracking and has two M.2 slots with up to 4x SIM card readers for failover LTE connection.

For consolidating the in-vehicle workloads such as in-vehicle control/monitoring and passenger information, R3S features a variety of I/O support, including 2x HDMI, DI/DO, 3x COM/CAN BUS and 4xUSB ports.

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Senior Editor Tracy Cozzens joined GPS World magazine in 2006. She also is editor of GPS World’s newsletters and the sister website Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.

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