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Fanless computer withstands extended temperatures, vibration

Posted: 15 Mar 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:processor? DDR? SDRAM? Celeron? Contec?

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Computer peripherals maker Contec Co. Ltd has announced the release of its new 800MHz Celeron M Fanless Box computers featuring extended operating temperatures of -20C to 60C and shock and vibration resistance of up to 5G and 100G, respectively.

These new computersthe IPC-BX800-DC400 and IPC-BX800-DC456are the latest additions to the company's line of Box computers. Using an Intel Celeron M processor 800MHZ and PC2100 DDR SDRAM, the new embedded computers are built for long-term reliability. The company said these systems are guaranteed to provide stable operation.

These systems feature an aluminum heat sink that allows heat to radiate away from the internal circuitry even when the outside temperature is high. They are also equipped with a sensor-controlled internal heater that guarantees a maximum boot time of 1min at temperatures down to -20C. This heater maintains the system's temperature, providing safe operation even if the ambient room temperature is less that 0C. If there are problems with power voltage or temperature, these systems automatically shut down.

The IPC-BX800 series of Box PCs feature a wide variety of interfaces, including two USB 2.0 ports, three RS-232C ports and 100BASE-TX LAN. They have analog RGB and LVDS video interfaces providing dual view capability. All interfaces are located on the front panel for ease of operation. Hold-down clamps are included for the USB and/or LINEOUT cables.

The IPC-BX800-DC400 and IPC-BX800-DC456 are Pb-free and RoHS-compliant.




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