Lanner Electronics Inc., a global provider of manufacturing and supplying network appliances and rugged computing platforms, has launched R6S, said to be an award-winning rugged, fanless vehicle surveillance NVR.

R6S is designed for public transit Wi-Fi, video surveillance, recording and facial recognition. RS6, being the robust vehicle surveillance NVR, can operate under wide temperature range (-40~70°C), indicating its excellent reliability in harsh environment.

RS6 is powered by the 7th Generation 14 nm Intel Core i7-7600U SoC (formerly Kaby Lake), offering power-efficient performance and Intel HD Graphics 620 accelerated graphics performance for rolling stock computing needs.

Designed for mobile surveillance, the new RS6 series offers 1 x GbE RJ45 ports plus 10 x IEEE 802.3af standard PoE ports for IP camera or wireless access point connection, and one removable 2.5” HDD/SSD drive bay for dual storage of recorded footages.

For wireless connectivity, R6S is internally built with 3 x full-sized Mini-PCIe with SIM card reader (1 for Wi-Fi, 2 for 4G LTE) simultaneous operation and GPS/GLONASS onboard. This is ideal for Internet access, infotainment and passenger information systems.

Since vehicles are constantly in motion, non-flat road surfaces may be frequently encountered. By taking this into considerations, R6S is compliant with E13 standard include ISO 7637-2 and has passed EN 61373/MIL-STD-810G shock and vibration resistance certifications to ensure proper operations when traveling on non-flat surfaces.

Temperature is another concern when installed within a rolling stock interior. Therefore, R6S is built to support wide temperature range, from -40 to 70°C.

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