The hardware and housing of Data.Hunter are designed together from the ground-up to minimize size and maximize capabilities, durability and thermal performance.
The goal of fogging is to improve efficiency and reduce the amount of data transported to the cloud for processing, analysis and storage. This is done to improve efficiency and performance, though it may also be used for security and compliance reasons.
Data.Hunter is one of the smallest full-featured PCs on the market and
is designed as a metal 3D jigsaw puzzle with interlocking parts,
making it very easy to install or expand:
Data.Hunter is based on quad-core Apollo-Lake Atom.
It provides performance that not long ago required a Core CPU that could not be fitted in such a small passively-cooled footprint due to higher power consumption.
Data.Hunter supports the following main storage devices:
Data.Hunter project is unique.
A generic IoT Edge Server and/or Gateway can rarely meet all special requirements.
That’s why Data.Hunter is made modular and these extra requirements are implemented with an extension module integrated seamlessly into the housing.
This module is called FACET-Card and below the models available :
Versatile networking is a key requirement for an IoT hardware.
Data.Hunter addresses this requirement with dual Gbit Ethernet ports (Intel I211) that can be extended to 4 ports and support for WiFi and 4G cellular modem working in conjunction.
Two major considerations in an IoT project are reliability and longevity. Data.Hunter excels in both.
The embedded grade fanless design practically eliminates aging which allows us to provide unconditional 5 year warranty on Data.Hunter.
Data.Hunter availability is 15 years.
This ensures you will not have to redo integration, software adaptation and certification soon after completing the first cycle.
Data.Hunter is designed with the failproof fanless cooling experience and has been refining from over 10 years:
Data.Hunter is small enough to be easily and securely mounted in nearly any IoT scenario, for examples:
Data.Hunter can work at wide input voltage range of 9V – 36V.
It can also be powered by a PoE FACET Card or be powered through a custom FACET card. The DC-plug has a special twist-lock for preventing unintentional pull-out power loss.
CleverMind provides auxiliary power solutions for Data.Hunter, including: