Stealth WPC-500F Harsh Environment Computer

Stealth.Com Inc. (Stealth Computer) The WPC-500F from Stealth Computer Corp. is an environmentally sealed, rugged, fan-less industrial computer for harsh environments. It meets NEMA 6/IP67 standards. Stealth says this computer offers an excellent return on investment. It can be connected directly to machines, control panels, operator stations, etc.

02/01/2010


Stealth.Com Inc. (Stealth Computer) Harsh Environment Computer, Stealth Model: WPC-500F

Stealth.Com Inc. (Stealth Computer) Harsh Environment Computer, Stealth Model: WPC-500F


The WPC-500F from Stealth Computer Corp. is an environmentally sealed, rugged, fan-less industrial computer for harsh environments. It meets NEMA 6/IP67 standards. Stealth says this computer offers an excellent return on investment. It can be connected directly to machines, control panels, operator stations, etc., without the added expense of extra cabinets and locating computers in a special room away from the production area. The computer is built with industry standard technology and is fully compatible with today’s standard hardware/software platforms. It uses Intel’s latest Atom processor technology for maximum performance and excellent power efficiency.

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