ARBOR upgrades LYNC-712 and LYNC-715 IPPCs with Intel Apollo Lake processor

ARBOR Technology announces the availability of the Intel Apollo Lake Processor for its fanless Industrial Panel PCs. The LYNC-712 and LYNC-715 have been upgraded to Intel Pentium N4200 Quad-Core CPU which is based on Intel’s 14 nm process technology. The upgraded ultra slim Panel PCs are more suitable for process monitoring and interactive applications.

The ARBOR LYNC-712 and LYNC-715 Panel PCs feature better processing power yet low power requirements. The CPU performance of the N4200 with 4 CPU cores has a clock frequency of 1.10GHz at 6 watts, while the turbo clock speeds up to 2.5GHz. The N4200 provides more than 30 percent better CPU performance than the old Pentium N3710 “Braswell” chip. Thanks to the passive cooling enclosure system, the two models are perfectly suited for maintenance-free 24/7 operation for daily multi-tasking. 

The LYNC-712 and LYNC-715 with displays size 12.1” and 15” respectively come with a flush front bezel with completely covered membrane, and have 5-wire resistive touch screen, giving the fanless panel PCs durability and reliability. The IP65-rated front panel offers protection against damage from dust and liquids, which makes them easy to clean and maintain.

 The Panel PCs have the ability to accept power input from 9 to 36 volts which ensures the device keeps working even when the power fluctuates. Also, the wide temperature range from -20 to 55°C

The compact Industrial Panel PCs also feature versatile connection options. They have 2 GbE LAN, 5 USB ports (one port with rubber cover on the front bezel), 4 COM ports, and 1 DVI connector. To add even more benefit in the field, there are one MiniCard and dual SMA antenna holes for optional wireless functionality such as Wi-Fi connection.

 The Apollo Lake based LYNC-712-4200G4 and LYNC-715-4200G4 models are now available. More options include LYNC-712-1900G4 and LYNC-715-1900G4 models with Intel Celeron Processor J1900.

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