Cincoze launches P1101 Panel PC Series with Intel Atom / Pentium Processor - Embedded.com

Cincoze launches P1101 Panel PC Series with Intel Atom / Pentium Processor

Cincoze introduce its latest fanless P1101 panel PC series. The fanless panel PC is powered by Intel Apollo Lake processors including Intel Atom x7-E3950 and Intel Pentium N4200. Compared to the previous generation, Intel Apollo Lake processor increases 1.7 times more computing power and supports faster memory speeds. Integrated with Gen9 Intel HD Graphics 505, the processor can perform 3D rendering, media compositing, and video encoding.

The panel PC series is available in numerous versions covering a variety of display sizes from 8.4 to 21.5 inches, P-CAP multi-touch or resistive single-touch screen, ultra-high brightness displays, and optical bonding. Customers have a wide range of selection to build their SCADA/HMI system, outdoor KIOSK, and many other industrial applications.

With an elegant appearance and a thin profile, the panel PC accommodates rich I/O interfaces, including 2x Intel GbE LAN, 4x USB 3.0, 4x COM, and 8x Isolated DIO. P1101 panel PC also supports three independent displays running simultaneously and enables smooth 4K/2K playback via DisplayPort. In addition, 2x mini PCIe slots and 1x SIM socket are supported to empower the system as a communication hub for wireless data connections. A 2.5” SATA drive bay and a mSATA socket with SATA 3 (6 Gb/s) can be installed as a mass storage device. Moreover, users can install the ready-to-use CFM modules to add power ignition sensing and Power over Ethernet (PoE) functions for their specific applications.

The panel PC’s rugged design features include wide range operating temperature, anti-shock/vibration, a solid aluminum die-casting front bezel, IP65 front panel protection and 7H anti-scratch touchscreen. Its wide range 9-48V DC power input includes a lockable terminal block connector for industrial automation fields. Supporting with over-voltage, over-current, and power reverse protections, it protects the system against power input faults and ensures long-term stable operation in demanding environments. Finally, the panel PC also applies the standard VESA mounting hole pattern or panel mount for your installation needs.

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