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Ann Arbor, Mich. —paneLink12 family of industrial computer systems is designed with flexibility in mind. All paneLink 12 systems share a set of features including a 12.1-in. SVGA TFT display with 800 x 600 pixel resolution, analog resistive touchscreen, 300 MHz Geode processor, Ethernet connectivity, and multiple communication ports.

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Ann Arbor, Mich. -paneLink12 family of industrial computer systems is designed with flexibility in mind. All paneLink 12 systems share a set of features including a 12.1-in. SVGA TFT display with 800 x 600 pixel resolution, analog resistive touchscreen, 300 MHz Geode processor, Ethernet connectivity, and multiple communication ports. Flexibility comes from multiple operating system and storage options as well as the versatility of PC-104 and PC-MCIA ports. The panelLink 12 family includes several models offering embedded operating system versions, such as Microsoft Windows CE, Windows NTE, plus embedded Linux, as well as, Windows 2000 for full computing. HMI and Browser configurations are also part of the group. Communication ports include 10/100 Ethernet port, an RS-232/422/485 serial port, a parallel port, and two USB ports. Front panel is NEMA 4 and memory is available from 32 to 128 MB SDRAM. www.A2T.com Ann Arbor Technologies







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