March 10, 2021

Backplane Systems Technology is proud to present Winmate’s FM07, a Fully Rugged fixed-mount computer that is built to survive the demands of the road and help achieve work efficiency. Vibration and shock-resistant, the FM07 series is compliant with the MIL-STD-810G standard, and it is also IP65 water and dustproof with M12 waterproof connectors.

Moreover, FM07 series supports both VESA mount and RAM mounts to help save time and effort when installing the vehicle-mounted computer. Likewise, the FM07 series vehicle-mounted computer features wireless connectivity Wi-Fi, BT, and GPS to help you stay connected no matter where a task brings you. There is also an option available to add a WWAN feature for your in-vehicle IoT application.

Furthermore, to save time on finding your favored application on the screen FM07 has 5 programmable function keys. Ultimately, allowing you to customize the function for your unique application. Additionally, the FM07 has wide power input with the ignition control feature that detects the ignition signal status and allows users to control the on or off delay time setting through the customized software utility. Lastly, FM07 Series is built to survive extreme weather, as it can operate through temperature changes from -20°C to + 60°C and is suitable for cold storage applications.

Key Features:

  • Intel® Celeron® N3350 Apollo Lake
  • 7” 1024 x 600 Panel with Projected Capacitive Multi-Touch Screen
  • Wide Power Input 9-36V DC with Ignition
  • M12 Waterproof Connectors
  • IP65 Waterproof and Dustproof
  • Shock and Vibration Resistance according to MIL-STD-810G

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