Fanless touch panel PC for industrial environments

Advantech’s PPC-3100S ultra-slim low power fanless touch panel PC features a diagnostic display as well as a die-cast aluminum alloy enclosure with IP65 protection.

05/15/2016


Advantech’s PPC-3100S ultra-slim low power fanless touch panel PC features a diagnostic display as well as a die-cast aluminum alloy enclosure with IP65 protection. Courtesy: AdvantechAdvantech’s PPC-3100S ultra-slim low power fanless touch panel PC uses an Intel Atom processor and features a diagnostic display as well as a die-cast aluminum alloy enclosure with IP65 protection, which allows it to be used in tough environments without the fear of water or dust ingress. To aid users, it features a LED panel with ELO 5-wire touch screen. To aid diagnostics, this new model employs the E-eye, which provides error information in an easy- to-read two-digit code on the rear of the unit. This is designed to speed up diagnostics and reduce downtime. It also features dual GbE LAN for redundancy, two serial ports, and three USB ports to make it easier to satisfy various industrial applications. With a wide range of dc power input support, it will work between 15 to 24 Vdc and is certified for industrial environments.

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