Industrial PCs are the most effective way to stay on top of the competition and keep up with new technology. The Information Technology departments of companies are responsible for physical implementation, software installation, and PC configuration. Substandard PCs and IT infrastructure can impact overall performance and customer service. Industrial PCs are an ideal solution for such businesses that may not be able to afford a standard PC. There are several reasons to consider an Industrial PC for your business.
Embedded computer systems
An embedded computer system is a small, non-portable computing device that performs a particular task without any external hardware. The systems can be made of a single-board computer, microcontroller, or Internet of Things (IoT) gateway. They can monitor data remotely or control machinery manually. The embedded computer system can also be used to store data or handle environmental conditions. To further optimize their use, embedded computer systems are often designed to operate with lower power consumption.
An industrial embedded computer is usually designed for a harsh environment, such as an electrical substation. It is often exposed to higher temperatures and more shock and vibration than a standard PC. It may be rack-mounted or self-contained and it is typically sealed to keep out dust and moisture. In addition, the industrial embedded computer may offer different degrees of redundancy. Embedded computers are a good choice for applications requiring high- performance computing.
Rugged computing platform
A rugged computing platform is a platform for industrial computers that is designed to be ruggedized. It must pass rigorous testing to be considered rugged. The standards used for testing ruggedized computing hardware are MIL-STD-810G. These standards define how a rugged computing system must be tested for reliability in harsh environments. The Karbon series is tested to meet MIL-STD 810G standards. It also meets other toughness … Continue reading >>>