Stainless steel panel PCs, rugged fanless with touchscreens available

IVC Displays' NP-71x4S line of stainless steel panel computers are available in a 15-in., 17-in., or 19-in. display with a fanless design and an Intel Atom D2550 1.8 GHz processor. They use Microsoft Windows, Windows 7 Embedded or Windows 7 Pro Embedded operating systems.

10/10/2014


IVC Displays' NP-71x4S line of stainless steel panel computers are available in a 15IVC Displays' NP-71x4S line of IP65 compliant panel computers are designed for industrial and commercial applications, such as water and waste water, food processing, and the pharmaceutical industries. The NP-71x4S is fully enclosed in a thin and light aluminum enclosure featuring IP65 compliance and standard VESA mounting. The NP-71x4S family is available in a 15-in., 17-in., or 19-in. display with a fanless design and an Intel Atom D2550 1.8 GHz processor. The NP-71x4S series uses in Microsoft Windows, Windows 7 Embedded or Windows 7 Pro Embedded operating systems. Touch screen options include resistive and rugged GFG (glass-film-glass).

IVC Displays 

www.ivcdisplays.com 

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