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INDUSTRIAL PCS HANDLE REAL-TIME CONTROL AND MORE

26-02-2018
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Industrial PC from GE

Billed as the next generation of ruggedised computing, the GE RXi2 IPC range of industrial PCs is available now from Control Logic. The RXi2 range provides mid- to high-end computing capable of running HMI, historian and analytics applications as well as providing real-time control of critical operations.

With up to 32Gbyte of DDR4-2133 RAM with ECC and heavyweight graphics processing, the RXi2-XP IPC is designed for demanding industrial applications with with robust visualisation needs.

Powered by 6th-generation dual- and quad-core Intel Core and Xeon processors, the RXi2-XP delivers high performance computing for applications that need to load, manipulate and store large amounts of data, or to handle multiple communication ports in real time.

The unit is available with up to four expansion slots for adding new functionality when needed and fanless operation for a robust, reliable solution. Five high-speed Gigabyte Ethernet ports provide ample networking support and four USB 3.0 ports offer fast serial data transfer.

Control Logic
1800 557 705
www.control-logic.com.au

 

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