Industrial Computer Hardware


Modular concept with powerful industrial PCs

October 2012 Industrial Computer Hardware

With its Valueline product range, Phoenix Contact offers a modular concept for process visualisation, robotics and industrial automation based on powerful industrial PCs. The industrial PC base unit can also be configured as a classic panel PC with a display and various mounting options and can be used at ambient temperatures up to 55°C.

To expand the range of functions, such as the integration of a security function in the form of a PCI router, both the base unit and the panel PC can be expanded by two PCI slots. Complex processes can be visualised on the TFT touch screen displays with sizes from 300 to 600 mm diagonal.

The IPCs are based on a cooling concept without fan. Combined with various processors from Intel, all of them can be used in demanding and energy-efficient areas. The service-friendly design of the industrial PCs allows simple and fast access to components, such as the interchangeable hard disk or the battery.

For more information contact Andre Kemp, Phoenix Contact, +27 (0)11 801 8200, andrek@phoenixcontact.co.za, www.phoenixcontact.co.za



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