Are you struggling to find an industrial control system that can stand up to regular punishment?
For the ultimate test of computer ruggedness and durability, we submit our Extreme Environment selection of fanless barebone systems: the PT-1ZB0 and the PT-9WC1. Designed for industrial control applications where performance cannot be sacrificed to accommodate harsh conditions, these systems are the perfect marriage of capability and durability.
The PT-1ZB0 is designed to operate in a wide range of temperatures, withstanding long-term exposure as hot as 70°C and as cold as -40°C. Not only that, it’s designed to survive physical shocks of up to 40 g/11 milliseconds with a Solid State Drive, as well as up to about 500 Hz vibration. All this comes in a case only 33 mm tall, yet it’s equipped with an Intel Atom N270 processor, 1 GB of DDR2 533 SO-DIMM wide-temperature RAM, VGA and DVI-D video output, and an expansion slot for a PCI Express Mini Card.
If you find yourself wanting more power in an equally rugged chassis, the PT-9WC1 does all that and more! Boasting an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.26 GHz processor and up to 4 GB of wide-temperature RAM with an integrated heat spreader, the PT-9WC1 is designed to offer compelling computing power in a package that will last in conditions that would make an office desktop quake with fear and then stop working. For even more durability, a solid state hard drive will let you shake or play catch with the PT-9WC1 without having to worry about your hard disk platter ... not that we suggest such rough play.