Fanless ARCHMI Panel PCs feature quad core Intel Atom and Intel Core processors

12-03-2015 | DSL | Subs & Systems

Buoyed by the success of the Intel Atom D2550 processor based ARCHMI-7XX
Panel PC range, ARCHMI brand HMI systems are now even more scalable with
quad core Intel Atom processor (Codename Bay Trail / ARCHMI-8XX) and Intel
Core i3 processor (Codename Haswell / ARCHMI-9XX) variants, all completely
fanless.

Available from DSL, the ARCHMI format of Panel PCs is constructed from a
single piece of die cast aluminium providing an ultra-lightweight yet
ultra-strong HMI, where historically bent steel panels reigned supreme.
Despite the core material improvement, minimized assembly costs denote a
sharp fall in unit costs using this construction method.

Gone are with the ARCHMI format also the days where 'industrial' was
synonymous with 'ugly', today's typical consumer - and likely to be the
Panel PC operator- is blessed with beautiful aesthetics on electronic
devices at home, and that visual quality expectation exists in the workplace
too.

The ARCHMI systems are suitable for VESA mounting in liquid free
environments or with front IP65 rating simply panel mount to achieve total
ingress protection. Available in display sizes from 7 to 21.5 in 1080P HD
resolution.

Available with resistive or projected capacitive multi-touch touchscreens,
the former for heavy industrial gloved usage, the latter for bare
hands/latex gloves - both variants sport the ARCHMI feature of a completely
flat front panel for easy cleaning.

All ARCHMI's support wide temperature ranges, wide input voltages and are
supported by DSL's range of customization options, says the company.

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