Industrial PC for rugged, harsh conditions

Schweitzer Engineering Labs' SEL-3360S Computers are compact, rugged industrial computers designed for use in industrial applications with harsh conditions.
By Schweitzer Engineering Labs (SEL) July 22, 2015

Schweitzer Engineering Labs' SEL-3360S Computers are compact, rugged industrial computers designed for use in industrial applications with harsh conditions. Courtesy: Schweitzer Engineering LabsSchweitzer Engineering Labs’ SEL-3360S computers are industrial computers designed for use in industrial applications with harsh conditions. The SEL-3360S can be powered by dual SEL-9331 power supply modules connected in parallel from two independent sources. The two-slot 2.5-in. SATA drive bay can be loaded with solid-state drives (SSDs) and supports RAID 0 and 1 configurations. SEL’s system monitor (SysMon), backup and recovery tool (BaRT), and watchdog timer are designed to alert users of potential issues and minimizing downtime with automatic recovery from system crashes. Users can perform diagnostics, install software or operating systems, and even command a reboot remotely.

The SEL-3360S has a power supply, a thermal management system, error-correcting memory, and single-level cell (SLC) SSDs to provide reliable operation in the harsh environments ranging from -40 to 75 C. It is also designed to withstand 15 kV electrostatic discharge, fast transients, conducted and radiated emissions, up to 15 g shock, seismic and sustained vibration, voltage surge, and large magnetic field disturbances. The SEL-3360S also features an embedded controller that includes a programmable system monitor interface and alarm configuration. It features two Ethernet ports, audio I/O, six USB ports, three video ports, and two serial ports. The SEL-3360S uses Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 or Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit as the operating system. 

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