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Touch panel computer targets factory automation

Posted: 27 Jan 2009 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:panel touch computer? automation factory? GOT-3571T Axiomtek?

Axiomtek Co. Ltd's GOT-3571T is a compact and fanless touch panel computer featuring a 5.7-inch high brightness (400nits) VGA LCD with a resolution of 640pixels x 480pixels. The GOT-3571T is based on an ultralow-power AMD LX800 500MHz processor and supports Windows XP Embedded.

For expansion, the touch panel computer provides a PC/104 slot and a MiniPCI slot, and is also equipped with an easy-to-plug CompactFlash card for storage devices. This fanless unit is targeted for factory automation, machine maker operating systems, semiconductor and building automation.

The GOT-3571T features a PC/104 expansion slot and has a MiniPCI slot for wireless expansions. By plugging in a WLAN card, users can operate the GOT-3571T in wireless network environment.

An optional rotational WLAN antenna (IEEE 802.11b/ 802.11g) is available. With its NEMA 4/IP65 front panel, the GOT-3571T can resist the harsh conditions of most industrial environments. It also offers vibration resistance up to 2Grms (with CompactFlash) for stable and reliable operations. Additionally, the computer offers a 5-wire resistive-type touchscreen for user-friendly operation interface.

The GOT-3571T is compatible with Windows XP/XP Embedded and Windows CE.NET. It provides users with two COM ports, one fast Ethernet, two USB 2.0 ports, one MiniPCI slot, one PC/104 slot and an audio. Mounting options include panel mount and desktop. The computer provides a fuse to protect system from being damaged by over-voltage.

The new touch panel computer from Axiomtek is RoHS-compliant. It will be available February 2009.

- Toni McConnel

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