Logic Supply is selling a rugged, Cincoze-built “DA-1000” mini-PC with an Atom E3826, -25 to 70°C support, and a price starting at $569.
Logic Supply, which recently released an Intel Braswell-based CL100 Intel NUC mini-PC, announced a somewhat larger, but similarly fanless, mini-PC manufactured by Taiwan-based Cincoze. Logic Supply is distributing the DA-1000 in the U.S. starting at $569. The highly customizable DA-1000 is “our most affordable rugged computer to date,” says Logic Supply.
Logic Supply’s Cincoze DA-1000
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The DA-1000 runs Ubuntu or Windows on a dual-core, 1.46GHz Atom E3826 SoC with a 7W TDP. Under typical operation, the entire system consumes 8.3 Watts, or up to a maximum of 15W, says Logic Supply.
The system is enclosed in a fanless, ventless aluminum and steel chassis measuring 150 x 105 x 56mm, and supports operating temperatures of -25 to 70°C. The DA-1000 is designed to “resist damage from shock, vibration, and airborne contaminants,” according to Logic Supply, although no ruggedization specs were supplied.
DA-1000, front and back
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The system features a wide input power voltage of 9 to 48V DC and a 3-pin terminal block connector “for stable, secure power even in vibration-prone or fluctuating power environments,” says Logic Supply. There’s also a 2-pin remote power on/off connector. Cincoze’s product page for the device also mentions the inclusion of over voltage and current protection, although this is not listed by Logic Supply.
As usual, Logic Supply offers a wide variety of customization options, supported with an online configurator. The base price gives you 2GB of standard temperature DDR3L RAM, while options extend up to 8GB of wide-temp memory.
The $569 price gives you a 32GB SATA SSD, and there are numerous HDD and SSD options up to 1TB, as well as an optional, mini-PCIe-based mSATA SSD up to 512GB. The other mini-PCIe slot supports optional wireless modules.
Front I/O includes dual GbE ports, 3 USB 2.0 ports, a USB 3.0 port, and audio I/O. Rear ports include dual COM ports and a DVI-I port3-pin terminal block connector.
Cincoze detail views for DA-1000, front and back, showing CMI backplate at right
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The DA-1000 features a modular backplate I/O design called the CMI (Cincoze Multiple IO). When ordering the system, you can optionally select from six different CMI configurations with additional display, serial, DIO, and other interfaces, in addition to the base model.
Specifications listed for the Logic Supply version of Cincoze’s DA-1000 include:
- Processor — Intel Atom E3826 (2x Bay Trail cores @ 1.46GHz); Intel HD Graphics; 7W TDP
- Memory — 2GB DDR3L-1600 (1066MHz) RAM via 1x SODIMM, expandable to 4GB or 8GB; optional wide-temp RAM
- SATA — 32GB 2.5-inch SSD (Transcend 370), expandable to up to 1TB (Transcend) or 256GB (Samsung 850 Pro), or 500GB or 1TD Western Digital
- Optional mSATA SSD — 32GB to 512GB (Transcend, Samsung, Innodisk)
- Display — DVI-I port
- Internal SIM socket
- Optional 802.11n or 802.11ac, each with Bluetooth, and optional wide-temp
- 2x antenna holes with optional antennas
- Networking — 2x Gigabit Ethernet ports (Intel I210-AT)
- Other I/O:
- USB 3.0 port
- 3x USB 2.0 ports
- 2x RS232/422/485 ports
- Audio mic-in, line-out (Realtek ALC888S)
- 2x full-size mini-PCIe slots (1x with mSATA)
- Optional Cincoze CMI expansion modules (display, serial, DIO, etc.)
- Other features — watchdog; wall or optional DIN-rail mounting
- 9-48 V input
- AT/ATX switch
- 3-pin terminal block connector
- Remote power connector (2-pin terminal block)
- Operating temperature — -25 to 70°C
- Weight — 0.68 k
- Dimensions — 150 x 105 x 56.02mm
- Operating system — barebones with optional Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64-bit ($10) or various Windows options ($119 to $179)
The Cincoze DA-1000 is available now from Logic Supply starting at $569 with 2GB RAM and a 32GB SATA SSD. More information may be found at the Logic Supply DA-1000 product page and at the Cincoze DA-1000 product page.