The AAEON fanless industrial network video recorder has joined the ranks of such NVR’s as the Solidrun Clearfog GTR A385, which was reported just recently as hitting the market. AAEON VPC-3350S is an in-vehicle industrial NVR that is aimed at mobile AI and IoT in areas such as license plate recognition.
The VPC-3350S is equipped with an Intel Atom x5-E3940 (formerly known as Apollo Lake) processor that comes standard. There are also options for the Pentium N4200 and the Atom x7-E3950.
The units come in a variety of versions, with industrial, in-vehicle and customizable AI module, running the Intel Movidius Myriad X SoC. Offering more options than any other mobile NVR.
The more compact Industrial VPC-3350S offers an I/O complement meant for more machine vision applications, such as license plate recognition.
The In-Vehicle option allows for fast set-up and mounting with a modular design that allows for flexibility and cost savings. The In-Vehicle system setup deploys quickly and it allows for customization of the system.
Both versions allow for Power over the Ethernet, (PoE) Ports x4 and a full LAN port also. There is a 204-pin single channel DDR3L 1866 MHz SODIMM socket that is upgradable to 8 GB.
The system is fanless, silent, and supports 1x HDMI and 1x DP ports for two displays utilizing the Intel integrated Graphics Engine. There are 2x USB 3.0 ports and a GbE port.
2.5″ HDD/SSD Bay x1 (drive not included) – Optional support for a additional mSATA x1 and eMMC.
|FORM FACTOR||Mobile NVR|
|PROCESSOR||Intel Pentium/ Celeron/ Atom Processor (Default: E3940; Project base: N4200/N3350, or E3950 w/ customized chassis)|
|MAIN MEMORY||Up to 8GB, DDR3L 204-pin SODIMM|
|DISPLAY||HDMI x1, DP x1|
|ETHERNET||Intel i211 (colay i210)|
|POE ETHERNET PORT||4 ports, sharing 60W of power budget for every four PoE ports|
|EXPANSION SLOT||Mini-Card slot x2 (USB2.0 + PCIe)
Built-in CANBus (In-vehicle config. by project base)
|GPS||Built-in GPS & G-Sensor (In-vehicle config. by project base)|
|FRONT I/O PANEL||Power Button x1
Reset Button x1
Power/HDD LED x2
GbE port (RJ-45) x1
PoE LAN x4 (IEEE 802.3 at/af)
CanBus connector x 1 (In-vehicle config. by project base)
RS-232 x3 (In-vehicle config. by project base)
|REAR I/O PANEL||DC-In power x1
8-bit DIO x1, 4-ch digital input, 4-ch digital output
Audio Line-out x1
Micro SIM slot x2
|HDD||2.5” HDD/SSD Bay x1|
|OPERATING TEMPERATURE||-4°F ~ 158°F (-20°C ~ 70°C)|
|STORAGE TEMPERATURE||-40°F ~ 185°F (-40°C ~ 85°C)|
|STORAGE HUMIDITY||10%~80% @40°C, non-condensing|
|CERTIFICATION||CE & FCC Class A, E-Mark (In-vehicle config. by project base)|
|POWER SUPPLY||DC 12-24V; DC9-36V with power ignition (In-vehicle config. by project base)|
|REMOVABLE HDD TRAY||—|
|INTERNAL SYSTEM HDD BAY||—|
|DIMENSION||6.3″ x 5.28″ x 2.44″ (160mm x 134mm x 62mm)|
|GROSS WEIGHT||3.96 lb (1.8 kg)|
They company did not specify supported operating systems, but Windows 10 drivers are provided for the machine, and documentation implied Linux is supported as well.
The base units are barebones and must be ordered adding in memory and storage. The AAEON NVR VPC-3350S starts at the US $356.00 price point.
- Wall Mount Bracket
- SATA cable x1
- Power cable x1 (for SATA)
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