Monday, June 27, 2016

ARBOR launches 8-inch RISC-based Android IoT-800 Panel PC with ARM Cortex A9 Processor

Compact, rugged IoT-800 Panel PC combines performance, low power consumption, rich wireless communication, and flexible onboard I/O, and it supports optional 4G LTE network.
ARBOR Technology, a leading provider of embedded computing solutions, has launched the IoT-800 to complement its growing product lineup of slim, small form-factor Panel PCs. Coming just months after the introduction of ARBOR’s IoT-500 5-inch Panel PC, the larger IoT-800 provides customers additional versatility and flexibility to meet the needs of a wide range of industrial applications. As a compact, cost-efficient 8-inch RISC-based device with low power draw, the new IoT-800 has broad application potential in numerous industries. 
Powered by a 1.6 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor, the Android-based IoT-800 combines performance, energy efficiency, contemporary ease-of-use, and simple interfacing with various industrial sensors and devices. Rich wired and wireless connectivity allow the IoT-800 to easily monitor, control and manage information, making it ideal for a variety of applications, including vehicle management, healthcare, retails, hospitality and factory and home automation.
The IoT-800 comes with 1GB of LPDDR3 RAM and 16GB of eMMC Flash storage, extendable by up to 32GB via Micro SD Card. The panel’s extensive wired I/O includes USB 2.0, RS232/422/485 serial, RJ45 LAN, CAN 2.0B/OBD-ll and 4 x 3.3V GPIO. For wireless communication there is 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth v4.0, GPS and NFC. 3G/4G and LTE WWAN can be added as optional mini PCIe modules.
The robust IoT-800 is engineered for stability and reliability. Its IP65-rated flat front bezel provides resistance to dust and protected against moisture. A very wide -10°C to 70°C operating temperature range allows deployment almost anywhere. The panel auto-detects 12~24V DC input power, and can easily be mounted via 75mm VESA screw pattern.

Key Features
  • Supports Android 4.4 “Kitkat”
  • Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 @1.6 GHz
  • Front bezel IP65 water and dust resistance
  • 8" WSVGA TFT LCD with capacitive multi-touch
  • Built-in CAN 2.0b / OBD-II
  • Built-in WLAN 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0 BLE
  • 12~24V wide-range voltage DC-input support
Please contact your local sales representative for more information, or email ARBOR at

1 comment:

  1. The post showed me how skilled your company to deliver computing solutions over the year. Within a span of months from launching IoT-500, then now you had launched a newer version of a panel PC which is anIoT- 800. I was impressed on the features presented about the new product. It showed that your company is capable of giving the best computing solutions to your consumers. I can see that you’ve got the best research team. They had greatly dealt the dynamism of the technology. But I have a concern to its capabilities, how can I merely be assured that the newer version is better than the old one? I am currently using the IoT-500 and found it satisfying. The provided flexibility and reliability to support automation and system optimization was conducive on my own perspective. Am looking forward for the response. By the way, I’ll be sharing this post with my friends.