Mil-Grade Panel PC Is Rough And Ready

For military or overall rugged use, Acnodes’ PCM8017 17" military grade panel PC resides in an IP67-rated enclosure and meets Mil-Std-810G with an operating temperature range from -20°C to 60°C. The system is driven by a sixth-generation Core i7-6600U 2.6-GHz CPU with 8 GB of DDR4 SO-DIMM memory. With a 1280 x 1024 resolution, its five-wire resistive type touchscreen monitor with EMI filter and LED backlight delivers a brightness of 1,000 nits, 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 16.7 million colors, and a viewing angle of 160'(H)/ 130'(V). Additionally, PCM8017 offers 5-wire resistive type touch screen monitor with EMI filter.

 

The PCM8017 measures at 17.72"(W) x 15.12"(H) x 2.85"(D) and weighs 25.35 lbs. It supports 1 x mSATA SSD 128 GB and includes a full size miniPCIe interface. The power supply consists of 9V to 36V isolated dc input. Other features include four COM ports (one RS-232, three RS-422), Additionally, two USB 2.0, one GbE LAN, one VGA video output, and a 9 to 36 Vdc input. Options include two front-side IP67 Type A USB 3.0 ports.

Sponsored by Infosys

Infosys positioned as a Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant for IT Services for Communications Service Providers, Worldwide 2020

The Gartner Magic Quadrant evaluated 12 vendors and Infosys was recognized for its completeness of vision and ability to execute.
Infosys leverages its global partner ecosystem, CSP-dedicated studio, design tools, and 5G Living Labs to boost service delivery. Innovative solutions such as the ‘Infosys Cortex2’ are driving business value for CSPs.

 

If you are ready to launch your very own computational offensive of military-grade compute, but need more details, indulge upon the PCM8017 datasheet.

 

Acnodes Corp.

Chino, CA

909-597-7588

[email protected]

http://www.acnodes.com

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