D210-11KS - Semi industrial all-in-one PC

July 10, 2019 ICP Deutschland

Designed to please

With the D210-11KS, ICP Deutschland launches a 21.5" all-in-one PC that focuses on design. The attractive front is equipped with a projected capacitive flat touch. The optional accessories have the same design. This also results in an attractive uniform front with installed webcam, RFID, barcode scanner or SMART Card and magnetic card reader. There is also room for the accessories to be mounted. The accessories can be mounted flush all around the front. The standard version of the D210 is equipped with a Kaby Lake U i3 processor. Celeron® and other Core-I Kaby Lake U or Skylake U versions are optionally available. Equipped with up to 32GB RAM, even memory-hungry applications can be satisfied. Two Intel GbE, four USB 3.0, one RS-232 and one RS-232/422/485 interface are available for communication with the outside world. In addition to the 21.5" Full-HD display, further monitors can be connected to the display port or to the HDMI port. Furthermore, the D210 offers an M.2 2230 and a Mini PCIe slot for expansion cards. A 2.5" SSD or HDD can be installed as storage medium. The D210 is designed for a semi-industrial temperature range from 0 to 40 °C and can be operated with a voltage between 8 and 24 volts DC. For mounting, ICP offers suitable feet or VESA wall brackets.

 

Specifications

  • 21.5" Full HD TFT LCD industrial grade
  • Projected Capacitive Flat Touch Screen
  • IP65 Front panel
  • Fanless design
  • Multiple Mounting Accessories (Webcam, Barcode, NFC/RFID)

 

Applications

  • Display systems
  • Info terminals
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