YS-techsystems YS-FIT2 (Rugged)

This article describes the YS-techsystems YS-FIT2 appliance deployment and installation for OT sensors.

Appliance characteristic Details
Hardware profile L100
Performance Max bandwidth: 10 Mbps
Max devices: 100
Physical specifications Mounting: DIN/VESA
Ports: 2x RJ45
Status Supported; Available as pre-configured

The following image shows a view of the YS-FIT2 front panel:

A photo of the front panel of the YS-FIT2.

The following image shows a view of the YS-FIT2 back panel:

A photo of the back panel of the YS-FIT2.


Components Technical specifications
Construction Aluminum or zinc die-cast parts, fanless and dust-proof design
Dimensions 112 mm (W) x 112 mm (D) x 25 mm (H)4.41in (W) x 4.41in (D) x 0.98 in (H)
Weight 0.35 kg
CPU Intel Atom® x7-E3950 Processor
Memory 8 GB SODIMM 1 x 204-pin DDR3L non-ECC 1866 (1.35 V)
Storage 128 GB M.2 M-key 2260* or 2242 (SATA 3 6 Gbps) PLP
Network controller Two 1 GbE LAN Ports
Device access Two USB 2.0, Two USB 3.0
Power Adapter 7V-20V (Optional 9V-36V) DC / 5W-15W Power AdapterVehicle DC cable for YS-FIT2 (Optional)
UPS Fit-uptime Miniature 12 V UPS for miniPCs (Optional)
Mounting VESA / wall or Din Rail mounting kit
Temperature 0°C ~ 60°C
Humidity 5% ~ 95%, non-condensing
Vibration IEC TR 60721-4-7:2001+A1:03, Class 7M1, test method IEC 60068-2-64 (up to 2 KHz, 3 axis)
Shock IEC TR 60721-4-7:2001+A1:03, Class 7M1, test method IEC 60068-2-27 (15 g , 6 directions)

YS-FIT2 installation

This section describes how to install OT sensor software on the YS-FIT2 appliance. Before you install the OT sensor software, you must adjust the appliance's BIOS configuration.


Installation procedures are only relevant if you need to re-install software on a pre-configured device, or if you buy your own hardware and configure the appliance yourself.

Configure the YS-FIT2 BIOS

This procedure describes how to update the YS-FIT2 BIOS configuration for your OT sensor deployment.

To configure the YS-FIT2 BIOS:

  1. Power on the appliance and go to Main > OS Selection.

  2. Press +/- to select Linux.

    Screenshot of setting the OS to Linux on your YS-FIT2.

  3. Verify that the system date and time are updated with the installation date and time.

  4. Go to Advanced, and select ACPI Settings.

  5. Select Enable Hibernation, and press +/- to select Disabled.

    Screenshot of turning off the hibernation mode on your YS-FIT2.

  6. Press Esc.

  7. Go to Advanced > TPM Configuration.

  8. Select fTPM, and press +/- to select Disabled.

  9. Press Esc.

  10. Go to CPU Configuration > VT-d.

  11. Press +/- to select Enabled.

  12. Go to CSM Configuration > CSM Support.

  13. Press +/- to select Enabled.

  14. Go to Advanced > CSM Configuration and change the setting in the following fields to Legacy:

    • Network
    • Storage
    • Video
    • Other PCI

    Screenshot of setting all fields to Legacy.

  15. Press Esc.

  16. Go to Security > Secure Boot Customization.

  17. Press +/- to select Disabled.

  18. Press Esc.

  19. Go to Boot > Boot mode select, and select UEFI.

  20. Select Boot Option #1 – [USB CD/DVD].

  21. Select Save & Exit.

Install OT sensor software on the YS-FIT2

This procedure describes how to install OT sensor software on the YS-FIT2.

The installation takes approximately 20 minutes. After the installation is complete, the system restarts several times.

To install OT sensor software:

  1. Connect an external CD or disk-on-key that contains the sensor software you downloaded from the Azure portal.

  2. Boot the appliance.

  3. Select English.

  4. Select XSENSE-RELEASE-<version> Office....

  5. Define the appliance architecture, and network properties:

    Parameter Configuration
    Hardware profile Select office.
    Management interface em1
    Management network IP address IP address provided by the customer
    Management subnet mask IP address provided by the customer
    DNS IP address provided by the customer
    Default gateway IP address
    Input interface The list of input interfaces is generated for you by the system.
    To mirror the input interfaces, copy all the items presented in the list with a comma separator.
    Bridge interface -

    For more information, see Install OT monitoring software.

  6. Accept the settings and continue by entering Y.

After approximately 10 minutes, sign-in credentials are automatically generated. Save the username and passwords, you'll need these credentials to access the platform the first time you use it.

Next steps

Continue understanding system requirements for physical or virtual appliances. For more information, see Which appliances do I need?.

Then, use any of the following procedures to continue: