Powerful future-proof industrial PC's

21st September 2017
Posted By : Anna Flockett
Powerful future-proof industrial PC's

A new powerful addition has been added by Amplicon its range of Industrial PC’s; Impact-R 1110F and Impact-E 150AL. Both PC’s are Apollo Lake based and powered by the outstanding Intel ATOM E3950 processor offering exceptional scalability and unparalleled availability, boasting a lifecycle of over 15 years.

Built with the Intel ATOM Apollo Lake processor, the Impact-R 1110F and Impact-E 150AL boast high processing speeds and capabilities, whilst maintaining an economical power draw of just 14-16W.

The Intel ATOM E3950 processor also makes system scalability and customisation an elementary task, helping to ensure future-proofing against upcoming software and hardware demands.

The Impact-R 1110F and Impact-E 150AL share the same lightweight and rugged design, making them suitable for a wide variety of applications. The new systems offer a standard operating temperature of 0-60° with the option of an extreme range of -40 to 85°, these two units ensure engineers can benefit from a powerful and flexible system in any possible environment.

In addition to these impressive features, expansion I/O can be customised to suit any application, including additional LAN, USB 3.0, or DIO.

Gavin Chalkley, Industrial Computing product specialist at Amplicon commented: “At Amplicon we understand the importance of supplying reliable systems and solutions that will operate for more than 10 years. The new systems have been designed to last, offering our customers complete peace of mind when purchasing an Industrial PC from Amplicon.”

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