Industrial computer features compact footprint

The Relio R1300 industrial computer, powered by Geode LX800, has a compact footprint that permits convenient mounting. Introduced by Sealevel Systems, it can be mounted to walls, under counters, on tabletops, or to DIN rails using available optional brackets. Fanless operation improves reliability in dusty surroundings; it is rated to operate from 0 °C to 50 °C to accommodate harsh en...

09/01/2007



The Relio R1300 industrial computer, powered by Geode LX800, has a compact footprint that permits convenient mounting. Introduced by Sealevel Systems, it can be mounted to walls, under counters, on tabletops, or to DIN rails using available optional brackets. Fanless operation improves reliability in dusty surroundings; it is rated to operate from 0 °C to 50 °C to accommodate harsh environments. Customers can opt for a solid-state solution by operating from CompactFlash. The product supports XP embedded and embedded Linux operating systems. Those using Microsoft Windows XP can engage company support to migrate applications to the XPe platform. Optional high-temperature hard drives are available for disk storage. Standard I/O features include two 10/100BaseT Ethernet, four USB 2.0 ports, 8-bit GPIO, a parallel printer port, and four serial ports. www.sealevel.com Sealevel Systems Inc.







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