Multi-touch computer has multi-touch screen, fanless design, and is waterproof
AAEON ACP-1103 XGA multi-touch computer is an ultra-slim 10.1-in. fanless panel computer that is waterproof and has 7H scratchproof glass-covered borders.
AAEON's HMI touch-panel computer uses the Intel Cedar View N2600 1.6 GHz processor with built-in passive cooling. This fanless panel computer provides up to 2 GB of DDR3 SODIMM memory, one Gigabyte Ethernet for speedy Internet access, a WiFi module by USB interface for expansion, and it offers storage through an mSATA hard disk drive bay.
The computer's design supports full-flat surfacing for IP65 and is dust and waterproof and is also offered in high luminance of 350 cd/m2 and 12 V dc input. The ACP-1103 is ideal for non-protruding or sink-in display requirements in industrial automation, factory automation, environmental monitoring, machine monitoring, smart building, home automation, and retail applications.
- Edited by Jessica DuBois-Maahs, Associate Content Manager, CFE Media, Plant Engineering, Control Engineering
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