Panel PC Workstations built for industrial grade needs
Stealth Computer features a line of rugged, industrial grade panel PC workstations; available in multiple sizes, powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo processor
Stealth.Com Inc. (Stealth Computer), manufacturer of ISO 9001 industrial computers and peripherals, has a line of rugged industrial grade Panel PC workstations (All-in-One LCD & Computer) built to survive the demanding effects of industrial environments.
The Stealth Panel PC products are available in 19”, 17” & 15” LCD sizes and are powered by a fully integrated Intel Core 2 Duo based computer offering a multitude of I/O connectivity. The panel mount stainless-steel front bezel is environmentally sealed to comply with NEMA 4X/IP56 specifications protecting your investment from damaging moisture, dust and dirt.
According to Stealth CEO, Ed Boutilier; “Stealth's high performance, all-in-one, industrial Panel PC models are designed to support your demanding operator interface and HMI application requirements at a reduced cost. Our chassis design allows for quick installation into control panels, consoles, kiosks and machines. Each and every Panel PC model is shipped with a resistive touch screen interface for simple point and touch operation.”
Stealth's Panel PC models feature powerful Intel Core 2 Duo processor technology capable of handling high intensity computing needs for today’s demanding applications. Standard systems ship with a multitude of I/O connectivity that includes; USB, RS232/422/485 Ports, LAN, PS/2 and VGA. For applications that require extra performance and reliability, optional SSD or Solid State Drive options are readily available. An optional expansion chassis provides for two PCI Bus expansion card slots. Systems are compatible with Microsoft 7/XP and can be custom configured to meet the exact needs of the OEM or end user.
- Edited by Gust Gianos, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com
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