B+R Industrial Automation Launches Panel PC 725 for Tough Industrial Environments

B&R Industrial Automation has released Panel PC 725, a strong and well-secured HMI solution which can be used directly on the equipment.

The Panel PC 725 features a built-in touch screen display of 15 inches, serving as an interactive human machine interface. All common PC applications like SCADA are controlled by an Intel Atom N270 processor. It can be cleaned easily since it does not include heat sink fins.

The Panel PC 725 includes one serial interface, two USB 2.0 interfaces and two Ethernet interfaces. In addition, adaptable mounting position and efficient operation even in constricted locations are enabled by installing the Panel PC on a support arm system. It is a fan-free system and parts like processor and chipset that requires specific cooling are appropriately placed for dispersing the heat directly over the casing.

All sides of PC 725 including a casing that can sustain even in tough environments are IP65 protected.

Source: http://www.br-automation.com

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