EC: TPC-1251SR

Hardware - HMI, operator interface, thin-client: Advantech's TPC-1251SR is a 12.1 SVGA 1000 NIT high brightness LCD, Intel Atom CPU fanless Touch Panel Computer. This is a Control Engineering 2013 Engineers' Choice Award winner.

11/12/2012


Advantech's TPC-1251SR is a 12.1 SVGA 1000 NIT high brightness LCD, Intel Atom CPU fanless Touch Panel Computer. This is a Control Engineering 2013 Engineers' Choice finalist.Advantech's TPC-1251SR, a 12.1 SVGA LCD Intel Atom Touch Panel Computer, is manufactured with a 1000nit (cd/md2) display, up from the average 300-400 nits (cd/m2), and has been optically bonded with material that fills the gap between the glass cover and the LCD panel providing reflection rate of <0.2%, filed proven to be visible in bright sunlight. It is designed with a fanless, totally passive, cooling structure with wide operating temperature range of -20 ~ 60 C. It is equipped with dual Gigabit Ethernet, IP65 front panel, and supports Microsoft Windows Windows Embedded Standard 7, XP, XP Embedded, and Windows CE 5.0/6.0. 

 

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Anonymous , 01/29/13 11:50 AM:

Excellent touch panel PC, but 12,1" is not enough in most process control applications, would prefer 15" or 17" ones.
Russell , United States, 02/14/13 05:21 PM:

We do have them. In fact, we have on the Advantech eStore now the TPC-1551SR, a 15" Intel Atom Z520 High-Bright Touch Panel, and also a FPM-3151SR, a 15” High-Bright LCD monitor, at http://buy.advantech.com.
Anonymous , 02/21/13 01:15 PM:

Does it support linux?
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