September 6, 2023

Backplane Systems Technology is pleased to present Neousys Nuvo-9200VTC. The Nuvo-9200VTC by Neousys is a game-changing rugged in-vehicle controller, powered by Intel® 13th/ 12th-Gen Core™ processors. With Intel’s 7nm photolithography technology at its heart, this device boasts up to 24 cores and 32 threads, providing unprecedented computational capability. Coupled with DDR5 memory and PCIe Gen4 NVMe capabilities, it significantly outperforms its predecessors, with up to a staggering 1.8x performance boost.

What sets the Nuvo-9200VTC apart is its extensive range of features tailored for in-vehicle applications. Its plethora of connectivity options, including 2.5Gb and 1Gb Ethernet ports and up to eight 802.3at PoE+ ports, cater to diverse peripherals like IP cameras. Ensuring rugged reliability, the system integrates x-coded M12 connectors and screw-lock mechanisms, and for enhanced communication, it offers multiple slots for wireless modules.

But there’s more. The system stands out with its E-Mark certification and a unique patented Cassette module, facilitating extra PCIe add-on cards. Other noteworthy features include hot-swappable SATA HDD trays, isolated CAN bus, and wide-range DC input, ensuring its suitability for varied in-vehicle requirements.

In essence, the Nuvo-9200VTC isn’t just a computer – it’s a versatile, robust, and advanced solution for modern in-vehicle applications.


Key Features:

  • Supports Intel® 13th/12th-Gen Core™ 24C/ 32T 35W/ 65W LGA1700 CPU
  • 4x or 8x 802.3at PoE+ ports via M12 or RJ45 connectors
  • 1x USB 3.2 Gen2x2 type-C and 8x USB 3.2/ 2.0 type-A ports
  • On-board isolated CAN bus for in-vehicle communication
  • 4-CH isolated DI and 4-CH isolated DO
  • M.2 Gen4 x4 NVMe SSD slot
  • 2x hot-swappable SATA HDD trays, supporting RAID 0/ 1
  • 8V to 48V wide-range DC input with built-in ignition power control
  • Patented Cassette for PCIe add-on card accommodation
  • E-Mark certified and EN 50155 EMC compliant

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