It is RSC100, which is built around an un-named octa-core Arm processor backed by 4Gbyte of LPDDR4, 16Gbyte of eMMC storage and an M.2 2280 M-key SSD slot with PCIe x4 NVMe support, as well as a MicroSD card slot.
I/O includes ports for 4K resolution HDMI 2.0, dual serial (RS-232/422/485), dual CANbus, dual USB2.0 and eight channels of digital I/O.
“Being an edge device RSC100 is kitted out with dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, an M.2 3052 B-key slot which can be used to install a 5G module and two full-size miniPCIe slots for expansion,” according to Impulse. It “also has seven SMA antenna breakout holes”.
Yocto Linux 3.0 is supported for the operating system.
The 200 x 150 x 45mm IP40-rated chassis is aluminium and steel for use in industrial environments and the computer operates across -20 to +70°C.
To run it needs a 12V supply.
Impulse configures the storage, peripheral cards, operating system and neural networks of computers for its customers.