Rutronik distributes new µATX industrial mainboard from Fujitsu

18 NOVEMBER 2013

The Fujitsu D3231-S marks the start of a new family of industrial mainboards. The µATX with its Intel® Q87 Express chipset supports the latest Intel®Core(TM) processors i7/i5/i3 with LGA1150 up to 95W and dual-channel DDR3 1600/1333 SDRAM memory up to 32GB. The mainboard is available at distributor Rutronik as of now.
The D3231-S is designed for 24/7 continuous operation in an extended temperature range of 0° up to 60°C. Long-lived components and rugged tin coating of the circuit board make the D3231-S particularly robust and resistant. Its EMI compatibility and burst resistance live up to industrial standards. Thanks to this, the board ensures fail-safe operation of critical applications in the medical field as well as in harsh industrial manufacturing environments, e.g. in machine tools or robot control systems. The long product lifecycle of five years or even more if required qualifies the mainboard for use in the capital goods sector, for instance in automation technology. Intel® HD graphics with DirectX 11.1 can be supported depending on the processor, which makes the board particularly suitable for demanding applications in industrial image processing or medical imaging technology. All boards in the new family come with standardized drivers, what gives integrators a high degree of flexibility.

Rutronik
www.rutronik.com

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