Earlier than Computex we reported on Streacom’s newest creation, the DA2. That is an all-aluminium chassis geared toward small type issue methods however with a key twist – the rails on the within allowed the system builder to orient all the elements within the chassis in any route and any location. Streacom’s rail design has been proven at Computex for a number of years, they usually say that the most recent iteration is the best but. The total ‘ring’ across the chassis is designed to be like a unibody element with a entrance panel bezel that’s detachable. The entrance panel change has a customized LED gentle inside for system integrators to personalize, together with a USB Sort-C connector (utilizing a conventional 19-pin header).
What Streacom was displaying at Computex as a prototype was the fanless model of the DA2. As a substitute of getting the meshed aluminium of the lively cooling variant on the perimeters, the fanless model used facet panels with fins to assist dissipate warmth, and can include an built-in heatsink to make use of on the processor inside (they’re nonetheless engaged on how to do that). It’s all nonetheless a prototype, significantly the fin placement and measurement, so the ultimate product might need numerous differentiation choices relying on the client (comparable to a brand embedded into the fins).
Streacom is aiming to put the fanless model of the DA2 into the market in This autumn. Pricing is TBD.
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