New touch panel computer is optimised for automation

New touch panel computer is optimised for automation

Syslogic’s new touch panel computer in the company’s C-Series is a robust and cost-optimized HMI system suited for controlling and monitoring production lines and machines, robots or traffic control systems.
By eeNews Europe


The new system is a more streamlined version of the 10.1-inch touchscreen PCs launched by the company last year. The new touch panel computer is the first HMI system in the C-Series.

The C-Series, which also includes box PCs, is suitable for use in 80 percent of standard automation applications. The new HMI system is optimized in terms of cost and technology for standard automation applications with Syslogic leaving out everything not necessary for 80 percent of standard automation applications.

The new C-Series HMI system has a 10.1-inch widescreen display with an IP65 front. The Projected Capacitive Touch (PCT) technology makes the panel PC intuitive to use and supports multi-touch. The device is passively cooled. It uses Intel Atom processors from the ApolloLake series (x7-E3950 or x5-E3930) and is durable and rugged for 24/7 operation.

Technical specifications of the 10.1″ Touch Panel Computer (C-Series)

Display 10.1″ wide

1280 x 800 px

850 cd/m2

Processors Intel AtomTM x5-E3930 1.80GHz (burst) – Dual Core

Intel AtomTM x5-E3940 1.80GHz (burst) – Quad Core

Intel AtomTM x7-E3950 2.00GHz (burst) – Quad Core

Interface Mini DP++ (up to 4096×2160 @ 60Hz)
Socket for M.2 Memory card – B key 2242 (PCIe/USB 2.0/SATA 3.0)
2x USB version 3.0 (type A)
Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbit (I210-IT)
Mini PCIe socket

Input voltage 9…36VDC non-isolated

Operating system Linux Debian 9, Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 2019 LTSC

Temperature range 0 to 55 °C (32 to 131 °F)

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