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Industrial PC keeps its cool in tough environments

31 October 2016

Distec is now stocking the Wincomm range of 15, 19 and 21.5in range of industrial PCs which are fully waterproof. 

The Wincomm range includes features which make it particularly suitable for use in the for the food and beverage industry, where equipment can be exposed to dangerous or unhygienic solids or liquids. The PCs are housed in an IP66-rated stainless high strength anti-corrosion enclosure, meaning they will not wear over time. The power adapter and external I/O cables are IP67 rated against the effects of temporary immersion in up to 1m of water for up to 30 minutes. The connectors are IP68 rated against solids and are protected against long periods of immersion.

The fanless design of the PC removes the need for ventilation so it can be fully sealed without risk of overheating. The PC also incorporates a thermal design with anti-condensation features, to ensure the screen remains visible in all environments.


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