High-performance Embedded PCs Offer Strict Revision Control and 5-year Road Map

Fairport, NY, USA -- Saelig Company, Inc. announces the Amplicon Impact-R 1100F series - a completely fanless system powered by the Intel ATOM D2550 processor. Configured with a high performance 2.5" MLC Solid State Drive (SSD), the Impact-R 1100F series is a truly silent controller system. With options for multiple serial communication ports, the Impact-R 1100F can offer up seven DB9 connections (RS232/422 and/or RS485), allowing for true flexibility as well as legacy support. This customizable new Amplicon 1U rackmount PC features up to two 2.5" HDD or SSD drives, dual Gigabit Ethernet, VGA and HDMI (1920 x 1200) outputs, and six USB 2.0 ports. With additional support for cellular connectivity, the Impact-R 1100F series of PCs can always be accessed. The Impact-R 1100F series supports a multitude of operating systems including Windows XP, Windows 7 & 8, and Linux kernel 2.6.x and Ubuntu 12.04LTS. This PC workhorse is designed for long-life equipment since it employs high-grade industrial components, and comes with revision control, together with a 5-year product road map for ultimate product reliability.

The Impact-R 1100F is a robust industrial computer bridging the gap between new technology and legacy protocols and is well suited to multiple markets such as transportation, security, POS, and industrial automation, and comes with a 3 year warranty. Guaranteed 5 year availability also makes Impact R1100F PCs an excellent manufacturing choice.

Made by Amplicon, Europe's leading industrial computing and data acquisition provider, Impact-R 1100F PCs are available now from Saelig Company, Inc. Fairport, NY.

For additional information, visit http://www.saelig.com

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