Electronic Design

Industrial Computer Series Eliminates Need For Hard Disks

A series of NTE-compatible industrial computers eliminates the need for hard disks. According to their manufacturer, this makes them suitable for dirty and/or vibrating environments, as well as for applications that demand minimal space. Using disk-on-chip technology, these computers provide a powerful yet flexible program for scalable, embedded solutions that can integrate seamlessly into the IT infrastructure and meet the functional and environmental needs of rugged industrial applications. They can be configured with a choice of Pentium processors with up to 128 Mbytes of memory. Available in various sizes with up to 1280-by-1024 resolutions, they also offer an active matrix and touchscreen display. All NTE units are NEMA 4/12 and European Community compliant, and they exceed IEC 68-2-27 and 68-2-6 and MIL-STD-8100 specifications. Contact the company for pricing and delivery information.

Exor, 3420 Fairlane Farms Rd., Wellington, FL 33414; (561) 792-2250; (561) 792-2291; www.exor-rd.com.

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