VTC 7270-C4/C8

Fanless AI Powered Vehicle Computer with 12/13th Gen Intel® Core™ CPU
  • Main Feature
  • Powered by 12/13th Gen Intel® Core™ i with DDR5, excellent memory bandwidth, lower latency
  • Rich I/Os, 4/8 x 2.5GbE PoE+, 1 x GbE, 6 x USB 3.2, 2 x CAN FD & 4 x Serials
  • Up to 4 WWAN/WLAN combinations for mobile router applications
  • 2 x 2.5” SSD, 1 x NVMe ultra-speed SSD for data integrity
  • Up to two Hailo AI accelerator (26TOPS workload each) as optional
  • 9~36V DC-IN with ignition control & OCP/OVP
  • Wide range operating temperature of -35°C~65°C (fanless@35W CPU)
  • Military standard for anti-vibration/shock
  • CE/FCC, UKCA, Emark Certified
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The VTC 7270-C4/C8 is an AI-powered in-vehicle telematics computer featured with Intel® 12/13th Gen processor to perform 30% more computing power than its predecessor. Its 10-year lifespan support can fulfill any in-vehicle applications such as fleet management, logistics/AMR, ITS, constructions, ANPR, and security surveillance of public transportation, and more.


With its compact, rugged, and fanless design, the VTC 7270-C4/C8 can be widely installed in limited space, withstand harsh environments, and significantly reduce maintenance costs for 24/7 operating time. Additionally, the VTC 7270-C4/C8 features various peripherals, including 2.5GbE, 6 USB 3.2, 2 isolation CAN FD, 4 serial ports, NVMe storage, 5 extension slots, triple displays, and a wide-range 9~36VDC with IGN control, making it a sophisticated AI-aided telemetric computer.


To work as the edge AI, the user can install LTE/5G modems, Wi-Fi 5/6 modules, and one or two Hailo AI accelerators (26TOPS) to deploy AI services collaborating with cloud SaaS. Moreover, the VTC 7270-C4/C8 can operate in harsh environments with temperatures ranging from -35°C to 65°C and comply with MIL-STD-810H military standards for vibration and shock resistance. For regulation compliance, the VTC 7270-C4/C8 complies with CE/FCC classA, UKCA, and Emark (E13).


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