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Leistungsstarke Technik im attraktiven Design

17.03.2014

Die neuen Industrie-PCs der Designline-Serie 7000 von Phoenix Contact in Schutzart IP65 zeichnen sich durch LED-Technologie, Multitouch-Bedienung und Displays von 15“ bis 21,5“ aus.

Ausgestattet mit Intel Core i7-Prozessoren der vierten Generation eignen sie sich besonders für ressourcenfordernde Aufgaben in der Maschinensteuerung, Prozessvisualisierung, Qualitätssicherung oder Datenerfassung.

Die integrierte Intel HD Graphik 5000 und die Unterstützung für DirectX 11, OpenGL 4.0 und OpenCL 1.2 sind eine leistungsstarke Plattform für grafikintensive Visualisierungen.

Aufgrund des soliden Aluminiumdruckgussgehäuse und einer Gerätetiefe von nur 60 mm sind die Industrie-PCs insbesondere für den Einsatz direkt in der Maschine geeignet.

Der geringe Stromverbrauch und das komplett lüfterlose Design sorgen für energieeffizientes, langlebiges und wartungsfreundliches Bedienen und Beobachten.

Durch die integrierte VESA-100-Halterung sowie die  Serviceklappe auf der Rückseite können Installations-  und Servicezeiten auf ein Minimum reduziert werden.

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