ADLINK Announces Release of IP69K-Rated Stainless Steel Panel PC Series

October 2, 2020 Perry Cohen

ADLINK announced the launch of the Titan-AL, the company’s ruggedized IP69K-rated panel PC.

The Titan-AL is able to withstand high pressure, hot water cleaning, as it sits within a 316L (V4A) stainless steel housing. It is also resistant to oxidization and other chemical reactions.

Per a company press release, some features of the Titan-AL series include:

  • 15.6-inch, 21.5-inch, and 23.8-inch 16:9 aspect ratio industrial-grade displays
  • MTBF of 50,000 hours
  • projected capacitive touch screen

Further, it is powered by a quad-core Intel Atom x7-E3950 processor. The series supports Windows 10, Linux, and a number of built-in I/O interfaces. In an effort to accommodate I/O expansion, the option of customized function module (FM) is provided.

Additionally, it meets a number of industry standards including the EN 61000-6-4 & 6-2 / EN 55011 (EMC).

The board was designed for industrial specifications, giving the option of rugged SODIMM, wide ac input voltage range, overvoltage protection, and undervoltage protection.

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