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Moxa's New 7-Inch Panel Computers Provide Uninterrupted Process Visibility in Harsh Environments - Monday, 2 October 2017

Moxa is adding a new 7-inch fanless industrial panel computer, the MPC-2070 Series, to its rugged panel-computer family. These panel computers are designed for outdoor HMI applications such as solar inverter monitoring, drill control and wellhead / pipeline monitoring. It can also be deployed on marine decks and in hazardous factory environments where dust explosions are a major concern.

The MPC-2070 panel computers feature an energy-efficient Intel Atom E3826 1.46 GHz processor with an average power consumption of 10 W. Packed in a rugged fanless enclosure it can withstand temperatures from -40 to 70°C and its unique fast boot-up feature enables the MPC-2070 to be ready for use in less than 3 minutes, even in extremely cold environments all the way down to -40°C. The MPC-2070 Series also features a sunlight-readable 1000-nit display with a glove-friendly multi-touch screen, providing an excellent user experience for outdoor HMI applications. Communication interfaces on the MPC-2070 panel computers include two Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports, two USB ports, two RS-232/422/485 serial ports, four digital inputs and four digital outputs. To meet the high demands of Industrial IoT applications, the MPC-2070 panel computers are Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT, which means that they are pre-tested and verified to work with Microsoft Azure IoT services. Windows 10 IoT models are also available by request.

MPC-2070 Series Highlights

  • Industrial-grade 7-inch panel computers
  • Power-efficient Intel Atom E3826 1.46 GHz processor
  • Fanless design with a wide operating temperature range of -40 to 70°C
  • Fast boot in sub-zero temperatures a low as -40°C, even without a heater
  • Compact size: 200 x 140 x 54 mm (7.9 x 5.5 x 2.1 inches)
  • Sunlight-readable 1000-nit display
  • Glove-friendly multi-touch screen
  • 9 to 36 V DC wide-range power input
  • Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT