Industrial PC is low power, compact, and fanless

Dattwil, Switzerland— PIP (Packaged Industrial PC) 5 is a series of compact, robust, low power, and fanless industrial PCs which fit either on a DIN rail or wall. PIP 5 is equipped with an AMD5x86-133 processor and is 100% PC/AT compatible. Processing speed is said to be far above industry standard, allowing the device to be used with Microsoft Windows 95 or NT software.

12/01/1998


Dattwil, Switzerland— PIP (Packaged Industrial PC) 5 is a series of compact, robust, low power, and fanless industrial PCs which fit either on a DIN rail or wall. PIP 5 is equipped with an AMD5x86-133 processor and is 100% PC/AT compatible. Processing speed is said to be far above industry standard, allowing the device to be used with Microsoft Windows 95 or NT software. Bootable Flash can be installed on dedicated sockets. PIP 5 is EMC protected and built in a robust aluminum housing. It requires 8-28 V dc or, optionally, 5 V dc. Operating temperature ranges are 0 to 60°C or–40 to 75°C. Packaging is 162 × 270 × 62 mm. MPL





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