2009

Gold Series Panel PCs

Maple Systems, Everett, WA, has released three Gold Series panel PCs in contoured 10", 15", and 17" fanless models. All models feature Intel processors and are preloaded with Windows XP Pro. The fully functional PCs run most Windows-compatible industrial software applications, and are designed for tightly sealed environments where there is no available airflow. The touchscreen interfaces feature high-resolution, high-brightness TFTs that support 16.7 million (24-bit) colors. The fanless models come equipped with a 1.0-GHz Intel Celeron M ULV CPU, and employ a high-speed Ethernet port, two USB ports, and two serial ports on the 10" model, and four serial ports on the 15 and 17" models. Solidstate hard drives are available. With a 40-GB hard drive and 256 MB of flash memory, each model is expandable with numerous options such as 512-MB and 1-GB memory expansions, CD and DVD additions (including CD-ROM, CD-R/W, DVD-ROM, and DVD-R/W), and an 80-GB hard drive upgrade. All models are made with an anodized aluminum bezel, an electrogalvanized steel chassis, and a motherboard designed for harsh manufacturing environments. Applications include remote data entry, remote monitoring, and applications that require support for multiple devices.

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