Panel PC has flexible processor option; add 2 more displays

Advantech's PPC-6120 is a 12.1 in. five-wire Panel PC that allows users to install any 4th generation processor of choice and comes with a wide voltage input range of 12 to 30 V to protect against unstable power conditions.

08/03/2014


Advantech's PPC-6120 is a 12.1 in. five-wire Panel PC that allows users to install any 4th generation processor of their choice and comes with a wide voltage input range of 12 to 30 volts to protect against unstable power conditions. Courtesy: AdvantechAdvantech's PPC-6120 is a 12.1 in. five-wire Panel PC that can connect directly to an integrated isolated RS422/485 port while allowing users to install any 4th generation processor of choice. If a larger screen is required, users can attach two extra displays using the VGA and Display Port which can be used simultaneously with the PPC-6120. In addition to the isolated RS-422/485 port, the PPC-6120 comes with a wide voltage input range of 12 to 30 V so in unstable power conditions, the PPC-6120 will continue to work. The PPC-6120 also features an IP65 front bezel, four RS-232 and four USB 3.0 ports, dual Gigabit ports, and the ability to add a PCIex4 or PCI card.

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