10th GEN INTEL® CORE™ AND INTEL® XEON® W PROCESSOR
EN50155 Certification Ready
The ACO-6000-CML Series in-vehicle computers are validated under strict certifications, including E-Mark, CE, FCC, EN50121-3-2, EN50121-4, and the EN50155 railway certification. Intelligent transportation systems have become even more significant as transformative technologies process data for machine learning and intelligence at the edge. As a result, many in-vehicle applications require reliable, high-performance computers to handle data processing from a variety of sensors and IoT devices for low-latency communication.
- Intel® 10th Gen Core LGA1200 Socket with W480E chipset
- Intel® Xeon-W processors with ECC Memory Support
- EN50155 Railway Certification Ready
- Wide Power Supply Input 9-48VDC and 48-110VDC
- Support up to 18x LAN (16x M12/RJ45 GbE/PoE + 4x RJ45 GbE Ports)
- Built-in CAN Bus Transportation Protocol
- Power Ignition Management
- 5G Ready
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The Importance of EN50155 Railway Certification
EN50155 is an international certification covering computers used on rolling stock for railway applications. One of the critical features of the ACO-6000-CML Series is the ability to support a wide power supply input from 9VDC up to 110VDC. Designing computers for railways poses unique challenges, such as power supply fluctuations, constant vibrations, and limited space availability to address safety and reliability concerns for systems used on railways.
4 Critical Elements of EN50155 In-Vehicle Computers:
- Power Protection Rating: 9-48VDC and 48-110VDC
- Shock and Vibration Rating: 50G Shock & 5 Grms Vibration
- Operational Temperature Rating: -25°C ~ 70°C
- Electromagnetic Compatibility Rating: EN50121-3-2 and EN50121-4 for EMC Conformity
Higher Voltage for Railway Deployments (48-110VDC)
The EN50155 certification ensures the ACO-6000-CML Series can support 9-48VDC and 48-110VDC of power supply inputs to cover all voltage levels, including the most common 24V, 72V, and 110V in electronic railway and rolling stock equipment. In addition, when a large voltage fluctuation occurs in the system due to a damaged converter or a short circuit, the ACO-6000-CML Series is built with Over Voltage Protection (OVP) and Over Current Protection (OCP) to ensure the system's safety and durability.
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Built-in Embedded CAN Bus for Vehicle Telematics
The ACO-6000-CML Series supports a two-channel, two-pin CAN Bus I/O and Protocol embedded on the motherboard. The CAN Bus support allows the computer to leverage vehicle telematics data and provide real-time analytics for intelligent transportation systems, fleet management, process analytics, and system optimization.
Power Ignition Management
The power ignition management feature delays the system shutdown after engine shutoff for a pre-determined, programmable interval to ensure that no data corruption occurs due to a sudden and abrupt shutdown. Configurable for both 12V and 24V systems, this feature ensures that applications close properly, avoiding data loss or corruption.
10th Gen Intel® Core™ And Intel® Xeon® W Processors
The ACO-6000-CML In-Vehicle Computer leverages rich performance enhancements provided by W480E Chipset to support 10th Gen Intel CML S Processors or optional Intel XEON W-1290TE processors with ECC memory support for server-grade performance. The processors ensure reliable and powerful performance, capable of handling numerous sensors and IoT devices amid deployments.
- 10th Gen Intel® Core™ (35W TDP)
- Up to ten hyperthreading cores
- Intel® UHD Graphics 630
- Intel® Xeon® W-1290TE (35W TDP)
- Up to ten hyperthreading cores
- Supports Error Correction Code (ECC) memory
Scalable and Versatile I/O, Up to 16x PoE
A key differentiator of the ACO-6000-CML in-vehicle computer is its I/O scale for its size. The modular design supports scalability up to 4x universal I/O brackets with up to 16x I/O ports. The 16x port expansions can be configured into 16x RJ45, 16x M12, or 16x USB ports, with optional GbE/PoE ports, a key advantage for connecting IoT sensors at the edge. The versatile I/O also supports Dual 10 GbE LAN/PoE and Dual-SIM 5G modules.
4x Port GbE/PoE RJ45 Connectors
4x Port GbE/PoE M12 Connectors
2x Port 10GbE RJ45 Connector
4x Port USB 3.2 Gen 1
Remote and Wireless Connectivity from the Rugged Edge
The ACO-6000-CML Series enables seamless wireless connectivity for remote and mobile edge deployments. It can be configured with Dual-SIM 4G/LTE and Dual-SIM 5G cellular connectivity to provide redundancy amid remote, rugged edge deployments. The in-vehicle computer is also certified to connect and pass data telemetry into the cloud.
- Wi-Fi 6
- Bluetooth 5.0
- Embedded Dual-SIM 4G/LTE cellular
- Modular Dual-SIM 5G cellular
- Cloud Certified Device on Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS Greengrass
Redundant IoT Data Storage
The ACO-6000-CML in-vehicle computers can be configured with 3x 2.5” SATA SSDs, 1x internal 2.5” SATA SSDs at 9mm height, and 2x external hot-swappable SATA SSDs at 7mm height. The external 2.5” bays permit toolless, hot-swappable replacement of the SATA drives, simplifying service, and capacity upgrades.
- High-Speed NVMe storage
- High-Capacity SATA storage
- Hardware and Software RAID Availalble
Performance Accelerators with PCI Express Slots
The ACO-6000-CML Series can be configured with a PCIe Gen 3.0 slot or an optional PCI slot for various high-speed performance accelerators such as:
- Raid Cards
- Video Capture Cards
- Wireless Network Cards
- I/O Ports Expansion Cards
Built Rugged. Built Ready.
The ACO-6000-CML fanless in-vehicle computers are tested and validated to ensure safe and reliable operation for mission-critical, automotive applications. The fanless in-vehicle computers come with various additional features to process a massive influx of data coming from various sensors and IoT devices while maintaining their reliability amid rugged edge deployments.
- Fanless and cableless architecture industrial PC
- Wide -25°C ~ 70°C operating temperatures
- 50G Shock and 5 Grms Vibration resistance
- Wide Power Supply Input 9-48VDC and 48-110VDC
- Programmable Power Ignition Management
- TPM 2.0 for password protection, device authentication, and cybersecurity
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The ACO-6000-CML In-Vehicle Computers offer various certifications for broad markets, with the EN50155 certified being the most crucial for railway computer applications. In addition, the in-vehicle computers are also certified with Emark, EN50121-3-2, EN50121-4, CE, FCC Class A, and comply with the MIL-STD-810G Standard.
Yes, the ACO-6000-CML In-Vehicle Computer is certified with the EN50155 Railway Certifications. The four key specifications that allow the ACO-6000-CML railway computers to be approved with EN50155 are:
- Wide Power Supply with 9-48V and 48-110V inputs
- 50 G Shock and 5 Grms Vibration Resistance
- EMI Conformity with EN50121-4 & EN50121-3-2
- Wide Operating Temperature 25°C ~ 70°C
EN50155 is an international certification covering computers used on rolling stock for railway applications. Designing computers for railways poses some unique challenges, such as power supply fluctuations, constant vibrations, and limited space availability. In order to address safety and reliability concerns for systems used on railways, the EN50155 standard also covers power protection, shock and vibration, operational temperature, and electromagnetic compatibility ratings.
Learn more about EN50155 certification.
The EN50121 standards comply with the electromagnetic compatibility within the EN50155 Railway Certification. The EMC conformity includes EN50121-4 and EN50121-3-2 for the electromagnetic compatibility with other electrical devices within the railway environments and outside railway environments.
Yes, the ACO-6000 Series supports the Power Ignition Management feature for both 12V and 24V systems when switched into car mode. The power ignition management feature delays the system shutdown after engine shutoff for a pre-determined, programmable interval to ensure that no data corruption occurs due to a sudden and abrupt shutdown. See ACO-6000-CML user manual for more information on power ignition management.
The ACO-6000-CML In-Vehicle Computer supports CAN Bus transportation protocol with a built-in embedded CAN Bus I/O on the motherboard. The ACO-6000-CML CAN Bus computer supports a two-channel, two-pin CAN Bus I/O and Protocol for in-vehicle applications. This allows the computer to leverage vehicle telematics data to provide real-time analytics at the rugged edge.
The ACO-6000-CML In-Vehicle Computer leverages rich performance enhancements provided by W480E Chipset to support 10th Gen Intel CML S Processors and even Intel XEON W-1290TE processors for server-grade performance. In addition, the Intel XEON Processors supports ECC memory for reliable performance at the edge.
The ACO-6000-CML in-vehicle computer features Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5, GPS, Dual-SIM 4G/LTE, and Dual-SIM 5G cellular connectivity. Access to 5G networks is available through Premio's modular add-in card design, providing edge deployments with greater cellular speeds, bandwidth, and more granular network slicing options.
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A key differentiator of the ACO-6000-CML computers is the ability to support up to 18x GbE LAN with 2x built-in RJ45 GbE LAN on-board and up to 16x additional RJ45/M12 GbE/PoE LAN through its 4x Universal I/O Brackets. The base model of the ACO-6000-CML computers can support up to 10x GbE LAN with 2x GbE LAN and 8x RJ45/M12 GbE/PoE LAN through its 2x Universal I/O Brackets.
The core design of the ACO-6000-CML In-Vehicle computer is its fanless architecture that allows the computer to withstand various extreme environments, including tough shock and vibrations, exposure to dust and debris, and wide operating temperatures. Moreover, beyond the robust materials and structure, the ACO-6000-CML supports Software/Hardware RAID and even TPM 2.0 for data storage redundancy and hardware encryption security.
A railway computer is designed, built, and tested to consolidate rolling stock and withstand harsh environments that occur within railway applications. Railway computers must have EN50155 certification to ensure the safety and reliability of railway applications. Railway computers feature wide power supply input 9V up to 110V with power surge protection, 50G shock and 5 Grms vibration resistance, wide operating temperature (25°C ~ 70°C), and EMC conformity.
Railways use computers to run various applications to maintain the safety and efficiency of the rolling stocks, railway workers, and passengers. EN50155 fanless computers such as the ACO-6000-CML Series are built to handle mission-critical railway applications such as railway signaling and railway surveillance.
Railway stations deploy EN50155-certified computers to run various applications within the railway environment. EN50155 computers such as the ACO-6000-CML In-Vehicle computers are high-performance, fanless computers with rich I/O configurations that can maintain their durability and reliability 24/7 amid extreme railway deployments in many scenarios.
There are numerous IoT devices deployed in a railway station that constantly convert analog signals to digital information. Therefore, powerful industrial computers are needed to process and analyze the data from these IoT devices. The ACO-6000-CML railway computer can handle numerous IoT devices due to its support for Intel 10th Gen CPUs and Intel Xeon W processors for server-grade performance, up to additional 16x M12/LAN GbE/PoE I/O to handle numerous PoE Cameras for railway NVR surveillance systems, and even the latest wireless connectivity technologies for data telemetry.