ICP: visualization in a fanless and slim 5:4 format

ICP Deutschland expands its proven touch panel PC series to the display size of 19 inch. The classic 5:4 format of the fanless Bay Trail PPC-F19 with a resolution of 1280x1024 facilitates an easy replacement of older systems. The small mounting depth of 53mm results in a slim design that enables multiple mounting possibilities such as wall, panel, rack or arm mounting. Combined with the elegant and robust IP65 aluminum front, the projected-capacitive multi-touch or resistive single touch panel PC are particularly suitable for usage as control unit in building automation or for visualization along the production line.

In the PPC-F19 is a quad core Intel Celeron J1900 processor with max. 8GB DDR3L SO-DIMM (2GB preinstalled) integrated. The touch panel PC is equipped with one HDMI, one VGA and two GbE, USB 2.0 / 3.0, RS-232 each as well as one RS-232/422/485 interface. Besides the 2.5” 6Gb/s SATA drive, a mSATA based storage medium can be connected via a Full-size PCIe slot. In addition, a second variable Half-/Full-size PCIe Mini slot, an optional Wi-Fi Kit and an iRIS (IPMI 2.0) module serve as individual expansion. Upon customer request, ICP offers the PPC-F19 either as bare bone system, Ready-to-Use system or as IIoT platform. This means that the Ready-to-Use systems are delivered with pre-configured BIOS, operating system and storage medium. The IIoT platform is equipped by default with the pre-installed QTS software of QNAP that can be used for applications such as IoT gateway solutions.


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