Pickit processor 3.0

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The Pickit processor 3.0 is 75% lighter and more compact compared to the Pickit processors 2.0: Its dimensions are almost half as large and it fits in a 1U rack mount, instead of 2U. The processor is also more rugged and less noisy.

Additionally, its 12V DC-in power supply is a separate adapter, so the processor can be optionally mounted on an Autonomous Ground Vehicle (AGV), and does not require to be powered from an AC power input like a wall socket.

Technical specifications

  • Processor: 6 cores (12 threads) at 3.2 Ghz

  • 19-inch server: rack compatible (1U)

  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 250 x 44.2 x 225 mm (9.84” x 1.74” x 8.85”)

  • Weight: 2.5 Kg

  • Operating temperature: 0 °C to 50 °C

  • Non-operating temperature: -40 °C to 85 °C

  • Vibrations (5-500Hz): 1 Grms (HDDx1); 3 Grms (SSD x 1)

  • IP rating: IP20

  • Humidity: ̃10% to 85% @ 40°C (non-condensing)

  • Input Voltage power: 12 V DC

  • Input Current: 10 A

  • Power adapter specifications:

    • Input voltage: 100 - 240 V AC

    • Input current: 2.0 A AC

    • Input frequency: 50 - 60 Hz

Note

You can download a CAD file of the Pickit processor 3.0 from the CAD resources page.

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Processor ports and power supply

The front side of the Pickit processor has:

  • 1 power switch

  • 1 audio jack for a remote power switch

  • 2 LED indicators (power and HDD)

In case of a power failure while the computer is on, it will restart automatically when power is restored.

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The back panel of the processor 3.0 contains:

  • 3 labeled RJ-45 ports

  • 4 USB ports that can be used to connect Pickit cameras

  • 1 lock type DC power jack port

Tip

The 3.0 processor is also compatible with this DIN-Rail power supply.

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Power consumption

  • While turned off: 3 W

  • Booting: 35 W

  • Idle: 25 W

  • Heavy processing: 85 W

Mounting and installation

The Pickit processor 3.0 comes with two sets of brackets offering the possibility to mount it inside a rack or installing it on a wall. The necessary screws are also included. The mounting can be done as shown below:

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