Raspberry Pi controller adapted for industrial use

25th August 2017
Posted By : Lanna Cooper
Raspberry Pi controller adapted for industrial use

 

Saelig has introduced the ComfilePi - an industrial Raspberry Pi-based touch-panel PC. Leveraging the compact, ubiquitous Raspberry Pi 3 board, the ComfilePi inherits the Raspberry Pi 3's 1.2GHz 64-bit quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 processor, a Broadcom VideoCore IV GPU, and 1GB of RAM.

It comes in two screen sizes - 7" (CPi-A070WR) and 10.2" (CPi-A102WR) both providing identical capabilities.

The displays are 24-bit colour LCDs with a resistive touchscreen and the units provide 22 x ESD-protected GPIO lines, three USB 2.0 host ports, RJ-45 Ethernet port, I2C port, and two RS-232C ports. It also features stereo audio output as well as a piezo buzzer. WiFi is also possible using an external USB dongle. Powered by 12-24VDC input, the ComfilePi's primary storage is a microSD card.

The CPi-A070WR and CPi-A102WR are housed in flame-retardant ABS enclosures with an IP65 water resistant front panel, and offer an operating temperature range of 0 to 70°C.

The ComfilePi can be programmed in almost any language, including C, C++, Java, JavaFX, Javascript, python, C#, vb.net, and even emerging languages such as Rust, D, and Nim, as well as .Net Core 2.0 applications. Due to the built-in Broadcomm VideoCore IV GPU, the ComfilePi can even render real time 3D graphics.


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