Rackmount-System KISS 1U short
Its powerful 8th Generation Intel®CoreTM i7/i5/i3 processor with Intel®C246-Express-Chipset, as well as the modular design in a 44-millimeter-high and 350-millimeter-deep 1U chassis, make the new, space-saving short version of the KISS ("Kontron Industrial Silent Server") a reliable, scalable solution. Thanks to removable drives and various expansion slots, the system can be flexibly adapted to customer requirements. The innovative thermal concept enables 24/7 operation in a temperature range of up to 50 °Celsius. The new KISS 1U Short V3 CFL runs Windows 10 LTSB or Ubuntu Linux and has two USB 2.0 interfaces on the front, four USB 3.0 interfaces on the rear, two Gigabit LAN ports and a DVI-D port. Thanks to RAID support, 3.5-inch SATA removable drives and various expansion slots such as M.2 2280 or a PCIe x16 low profile card, the system can be flexibly adapted to customer requirements. ds

Interference-free transmission with the Ethernet media converter

The new FL MC EF 660 SCRJ media converter from Phoenix Contact enables the connection of cost-effective polymer and HCS/PCF fiber technology.

The optical transmission of data via fiber optics is free of electromagnetic interference and provides complete electrical isolation on the transmission path. This is therefore particularly suitable for Ethernet applications. Specifically designed for PROFINET, the SC-RJ connector enables easy self-assembly without specialist knowledge. The devices, which are transparent with respect to transmission, have a short delay time (latency) of 60 ns. This is particularly advantageous for time-critical Ethernet protocols. In addition to numerous diagnostic LEDs, the media converters feature the LFPT (Link Fault Pass Through) function. This ensures permanent and consistent connection monitoring. If a link is lost, redundancy mechanisms can be activated immediately. Integrated fiber optic diagnostics continuously indicate the receiving power via an LED bar graph. In addition, a broken fiber or the instance when the system reserve is reached can be read via two floating switching outputs. ds
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2019, February, 26 - 28
Hall 3, booth 241
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