Introducing the new Helix 401

The Helix 401 can be configured with a range of Intel 12th Generation (formerly known as Alder Lake) Celeron and Hybrid-Core i3, i5, and i7 processors. DDR5 memory provides increased bandwidth and reduced latency, all while consuming less power. Graphics are provided by the Intel Iris Xe graphics architecture, delivering up to 2.47x faster graphics and supporting four concurrent 4K displays.

The sub-28W powered Helix 401 has the horsepower to drive mission-critical applications while small enough to fit in space constrained locations or enclosures. With multiple mounting options including wall, VESA or DIN Rail, the Helix 401 is able accommodate various installation requirements. The fanless Helix 401 chassis is purpose-built to draw heat away from internal components and dissipate the heat uniformly over carefully engineered cooling fins.

The Helix 401 is an ideal industrial computer for data acquisition or when using a programmable logic controller to execute tasks in unmanned or difficult to reach installations. The front and back faceplate offer various options to connect to devices using USB 3.2, USB 4. Additionally, an onboard M.2 slot provides the Helix 401 with additional storage and connectivity capabilities.

The Helix 401 will make its debut at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany, starting March 14th at the OnLogic booth, #239 in Hall 3. More information about the Helix 401 is available here. The OnLogic team can be contacted for assistance with configuration and ordering by emailing info@onlogic.com or calling +1 802 861 2300.