Axiomtek: 16-PoE transportation box PC with E-Mark and EN 50155 compliance

first_imgAxiomtek’s UST500-517-FL is powered by the LGA1151 socket 7th/6th generation Intel Core and Pentium processors up to 65W with Intel Q170 chipset. It integrated 16 PoE ports in RJ-45 or M12 connectors for IP cameras as well as supports DVI-D, HDMI and VGA interfaces for three surveillance monitors. In the meanwhile, it provides a full scope of power protection that includes intelligent vehicle power management technology for ACC on/off delay, shutdown delay, and over/under voltage protection.The rugged transportation box PC has good communications capability, with two full-sized and two half-sized PCI Express Mini Card slots and two SIM card slots for 3G/4G, GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth applications. For system integrators with extensive storage needs, the system offers four swappable or two built-in 2.5” SATA drives and up to 20TB capacity in a single unit. Enhanced by its robust structure and system design, the UST500-517-FL is able to operate under a wide temperature range from -40 to +70°C and vibration endurance up to 3 Grms. This transportation embedded box PC is in compliance with E-Mark and EN 50155 for mobile surveillance applications.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Boards & Modules Continue Reading Previous EKF: quad port USB 3.0 peripheral slot card for CompactPCI SerialNext How embedded projects run into trouble: Jack’s Top Ten Countdownlast_img read more

Virat Kohli sympathises with Steve Smith and David Warner: I felt very bad

first_imgIndia captain Virat Kohli admitted that he was sad to see the way Steve Smith and David Warner were treated post the ball-tampering saga, saying that he does not want anyone to go through what the duo experienced.”Well, it was sad to see,” Kohli told Adam Gilchrist in an interview for foxsports.com.au.”As big a thing as it became, you never want to see anyone go through that because I have known David and I have known Steve as well.”Apart all the competitiveness on the field and all the battles that you have, you never want to see such a magnitude happen to two sportsmen and what happened after was, I felt, very bad. I felt like that the things happened after shouldn’t have happened,” Kohli said.Smith and Warner were escorted by security officials when they returned to Australia from Cape Town, the visuals of which deeply affected Kohli.”The things that hit me the hardest was the way they were received at the airports and the way they were escorted out,” Kohli said.”Those things to me felt like this is very, very hectic.”It is not my place to comment on the decisions but to treat people like that for me it was unpleasant to see. I would never want to experience that as a cricketer,” Kohli added.Smith had broken down in front of his family and the journalists during a press conference at the Sydney airport after landing in Australia. Warner too landed in Sydney in the company of his wife and two daughters and was hounded by the media with flashlights and probing cameras. He took was reduced to tears as was then-Australia coach Darren Lehmann, who resigned post the scandal.advertisementSmith and Warner were eventually handed one-year bans by Cricket Australia for their involvement while Cameron Bancroft, the player who was caught on camera changing the condition of the ball with a sandpaper during the Cape Town Test, received a nine-month suspension. When asked if he had spoken to Smith and Warner after the incident in Cape Town, Kohli said, “Not at that time precisely.”Kohli has had his share of altercations with both Smith and Warner on the field with the India captain even going on to claim that he wouldn’t be friends with a lot of the Australian players after they toured India last year.But the equation seems to have changed now between them with Kohli stating that Warner and his friendship goes beyond the boundary ropes and the former Australian vice-captain is someone who has been kind to him.”But after that event, from then on and before, I’ve always been in touch with David. Me and him get along really well, so I’ve always been in touch with him. He’s always nice and sends me texts after games and he’s been very kind to me.”It takes two people to break a barrier – which might be created on the field – and he’s been more than welcoming in that regard and I have reciprocated in the same way,” Kohli added.Also Read | Virat Kohli not underestimating Australia without Steve Smith and David WarnerAlso Watch | Steve Smith breaks down during public apology for ball-tampering scandalAlso Read | Adelaide Test: Ashwin, Shami put India on the cusp of famous win over Australialast_img read more