Industrial computers for CPU-intensive applications, fanless, dual core
Sealevel’s Relio R5000 series of industrial computers are designed for CPU-intensive applications in industrial environments and to run fanless up to 40 degrees Celsius.
The Relio R5000 series of dual-core industrial computer are designed for CPU-intensive applications in industrial environments. Available with a fanless Intel Core2 Duo processor and up to 4GB RAM, the R5000 series offers the high performance and reliability. Additional features include dual Gigabit Ethernet, four serial ports, and six USB 2.0 ports. Expansion options include one PCI slot, one PCI Express X16 slot, and optional SATA solid-state disk.
The Relio R5220 and R5240 are embedded computers powered by a 2.2GHz Intel Core2 Duo CPU that are designed to run fanless up to 40C. The compact chassis has expansion slots for one PCI Express X16 and one full-height PCI card. The system includes 2GB of DDR2 667MHz RAM and is ideal for harsh, industrial environments.
An optional 2.5" solid-state SATA hard drive can be integrated and preloaded with Microsoft Windows or Windows Embedded operating systems. Linux is also supported. Operating from solid-state hard drive, the fanless design offers the ultimate in reliability with no moving parts.
The R5220 offers standard I/O features including dual Gigabit Ethernet, six USB 2.0 ports, four serial ports, two FireWire ports and VGA video. The system includes an external power supply and US power cord that accepts 100-240V AC input and outputs 24VDC at 120W. The enclosure allows for versatile mounting to walls, under counters, and on tabletops.
Sealevel Systems, Inc.
- Edited by Amanda McLeman, Control Engineering, CFE Media, www.controleng.com
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