A Wi-Fi specification, (IEEE-802.11 a/b/g/n) is a commonly adopted technology for in-vehicle computer products. These are AP (Access Point) Mode and Station Mode for the Wi-Fi technologies. In general, the Wi-Fi module can only support Station Mode which allows user to connect to a local Access Point in range; however, Acrosser has studied and reviewed numerous field applications and has took into consideration these results when the company designed their in-vehicle computer products, such as, the AR-V5403FL and AR-V6002FL. Acrosser Wi-Fi modules can support both AP Mode and Station Mode, allowing the user to switch mode during operation.
By the requirements of highly integrated system structure with build-in wireless modules, good CPU performance, wide range operating temperature and fanless design, In-Vehicle Computers thermal problem becomes a challenge to makers.
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Acrosser’s fanless vehicle PCs which has anti-vibration, anti-shock, dustproof, and rugged design can be used in dirty, harsh, and extreme environmental conditions. Typical and various application are logistics services, and fleet management such as train, bus, taxis , public transportation, trash truck, police patrol car, and fire engine ..etc.,.