Industrial-Grade Graphics Card Comes In M.2 Form Factor

Innodisk’s 2280 M.2 card graphics card takes advantage of the M.2 form factor to save space in automation, retail and medical applications. As per the company, its 4K M.2 graphics card is one the fastest among small form factor display cards and provides an easy method of expanding system display options. It is capable of being outfitted with ports to connect to HDMI, LVDS, and DVI-D devices.

 

The card overtly targets the industrial embedded sector. Conforming to an industrial-grade standard means the graphics card is resistant to shock and vibration, and operational in temperatures from -40°C to +85°C. To further ensure stable operation, the cards comply with all relevant FCC and CE regulations. For more information, visit Innodisk.

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