Rugged and powerful panel PCs
Product Exclusive: Maple Systems introduces three new PC400C Series Panel PCs with an Intel 2.3 GHz dual core processor, 4 GB of memory, a 250 GB hard drive, and a design to meet the most demanding production requirements and harsh environmental conditions.
Maple Systems, a provider of human machine interfaces (HMIs), has introduced three Panel PC models. The new PC400C Series Panel PCs have many hardware features including an Intel 2.3 GHz dual core processor, 4 GB of memory, and a 250 GB hard drive. They are designed to meet even the most demanding production requirements and harsh environmental conditions.
These industrial computers are built for durability with an extended operating temperature of up to -20 to 60 C. The PC400C Series Panel PCs are wrapped in an aluminum enclosure for added protection. The 15-in., 17-in., and 19-in. touchscreen models easily integrate into most production environments. Connectivity options include up to five serial ports, two Ethernet ports, six USB ports (two that support USB 3.0), and PCI/PCIe slots.
Each PC is pre-loaded with your choice of Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows XP Professional OS. From simple interface applications to complex network SCADA systems, the PC400C Panel PCs are designed to perform.
All models are NEMA4 (IP65) rated when mounted to a panel, and carry RoHS certification. Maple Systems is based in Everett, Wash.
- Edited by Mark T. Hoske, content manager CFE Media, Control Engineering, Plant Engineering, and Consulting-Specifying Engineer, mhoske(at)cfemedia.com.
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