Fanless industrial PC for automation, control tasks

Beckhoff's fanless C6915 control cabinet Industrial PC offers scalable computing power with one, two, or four processor cores and is designed for automation and control tasks.

09/22/2015


Beckhoff's fanless C6915 control cabinet Industrial PC offers scalable computing power with one, two, or four processor cores and is designed for automation and control tasks. Courtesy: Beckhoff AutomationBeckhoff's C6915 control cabinet Industrial PC from Beckhoff, which measures only 48 x 164 x 119 mm (without mounting plate), is designed for automation and control tasks as well motion applications and applications with more complex graphics requirements. The low heat dissipation feature means the C6915 does not require a fan. The storage medium can be an HDD, SSD, or CFast card, as required, and the computing power is scalable to match the demand of the application. The following processors with one, two, or four cores are available: Intel Atom CPU, 1.46 GHz, 1 core; Intel Atom CPU, 1.75 GHz, 2 cores; Intel Atom CPU, 1.91 GHz, 4 cores.

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