An industrial PC is a computer that is used in a manufacturing environment. Its main purpose is to provide process control and data acquisition, and to serve as a front-end for a separate control computer. It can be custom-written to meet the needs of an industry, or it can be programmed using off-the-shelf applications. One example of an industrial PC is the IBM 5531-based MACSYM 120, which combined an IBM 5531 with MACBASIC, a C/CPM language by Digital Research.
Industrial PCs are also known as Panel PCs. They are small, low-cost computers that incorporate a display. They are also typically enclosed and protected. They come in several configurations, ranging from models that don’t require sealing to heavy-duty models that are fully sealed and explosion-proof. The design of the Panel PC helps ensure a controlled environment for the electronics. Some models are even designed to withstand higher temperatures.
The ASRock Industrial PC range offers multiple options for industrial computers. From the popular Mini-ITX to Micro-ATX, there is an industrial motherboard to suit any need. The company’s products have high computing capabilities, excellent integration, and rich I/O connectivity. They are designed for rugged industrial environments and are backed by a comprehensive warranty. There is a wide variety of ASRock motherboards to choose from, so whether you need a Micro-ITX or a full-size ATX motherboard, you can be sure to find the one you need.
As with the Mini-ITX series, the ASRock Industrial Motherboard supports the widest range of memory and storage options. Among other options, these motherboards feature a touchscreen. Most Panel PCs are designed with a touch screen for convenience. The Panel PC enclosure can be very durable, and may be explosion-proof. Its design creates a controlled environment. You can even select components for higher operating temperatures.
ASRock Industrial motherboards can be custom-built to support legacy I/O inputs. Often, these devices are built with a variety of different components. They may support a wide range of different operating temperatures. For instance, an ASRock Mini-ITX can be used in a range of industrial environments. Its high computing capability and I/O connectivity make it ideal for such environments. In addition, it is compatible with the latest generation of Intel processors.
Aside from providing connectivity, industrial motherboards are designed to expand the system and handle various workloads. They can accommodate a wide range of peripherals. They can support a wide range of memory types and processors. The size and shape of an industrial motherboard can be a factor in its price range. However, the benefits of its industrial Motherboard will depend on the application. These devices will be able to withstand a wide range of environments, including harsh and extreme ones.