Axiomtek’s PoE Embedded Vision System for AIoT Applications – the eBOX671-521-FL

Axiomtek - a world-renowned leader relentlessly devoted in the research, development and manufacture of series of innovative and reliable industrial computer products of high efficiency – is proud to unveil its eBOX671-521-FL, a GPU computing embedded system that comes with 4-CH PoE and MXM 3.1 Type A slot for applications in machine vision, edge computing, traffic vision, deep learning, and artificial intelligence of things.

The outstanding eBOX671-521-FL with enhanced GPU computing performance is powered by the 8th gen Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3 (Coffee Lake-S) processor with up to six-core, Intel® Pentium® processor, or Intel® Celeron® processor and comes with Intel® Q370 or optional Intel® C246 chipset. The fanless embedded GPU-based system is equipped with dual DDR4 ECC/non-ECC SO-DIMM slots for up to 64GB of system memory. The embedded vision system has an optional MXM type A slot for NVIDIA GTX1030 and GTX1050 graphics modules to enhance the performance of the visual display. Furthermore, this Intel® Coffee Lake-based embedded box PC is specially designed with four Gigabit 802.3at (PoE, Power-over-Ethernet) compliant Ethernet ports with a total power budget of 60W, six USB 3.1 ports and two Gigabit LANs to connect different devices or sensors.

“Axiomtek’s eBOX671-521-FL is dedicated to AI inference, GPU computing, and machine learning and image processing. It comes in great expansion possibilities, including one internal MXM 3.1 type A connector, two full-size PCI Express Mini Card slots and two SIM slots. For storage, it has two swappable SATA HDD drive bays with a height of up to 9.5 mm and one mSATA for RAID 0 and 1 feature, ” said Janney Lee, a product manager of Product PM Division at Axiomtek. “Besides, we have designed a flexible I/O window slot for incorporating application-oriented I/O functions to meet the requirements of various cases. This embedded vision computer can be mounted using wall or DIN-rail mounting for versatile use in various environments.”

In addition to the specific system I/O that mentioned above, the easily-maintained eBOX671-521-FL also comes with a diverse range of I/O interfaces, including two RS-232/422/485, one DVI-I port, one HDMI port, one VGA port, and two DisplayPort outputs through optional MXM graphics kit. Moreover, it also offers a Phoenix-type VDC power input connector, AT/ATX quick switch, ATX power switch, reset switch, and four SMA-type antenna openings. The 4-channel Gigabit PoE embedded vision system supports a 24V DC power input with power protection. Additionally, the eBOX671-521-FL supports Windows® 10 IoT and Linux operating systems and supports Axiomtek’s exclusive AXView 3.0 software for smart device monitoring and remote management in the industrial IoT world.

Axiomtek’s eBOX671-521-FL is now available for purchase. For more product information or pricing, please visit our global website at or contact one of our sales representatives at [email protected]

Advanced Features:

  • 8th gen Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3 & Celeron® with Intel® Q370 chipset (Coffee Lake-S)
  • 4-CH PoE (IEEE802.3at compliance)
  • Dual swappable 2.5" SATA HDD drive bay with RAID 0&1
  • Supports MXM 3.1 type A graphics module (optional)
  • DVI-I, HDMI, and DisplayPort with triple-view supported

AXView 3.0 intelligent remote monitoring software for IIoT



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