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Compact, Energy-Saving Embedded Box PC for the DIN Rail

Press Release   •   Feb 11, 2013 09:00 GMT

Phoenix Contact is launching the new VL BPC 1000 industrial PC product line of embedded box PCs for especially harsh industrial environments. These devices are suited for simple control and communication tasks and for data collection in mechanical engineering, systems engineering, building automation, traffic engineering, and energy data transmission applications. The IPCs are designed to meet high temperature, vibration, shock, and EMC requirements and therefore ensure maintenance-free 24/7 operation.

The compact box PC operates in a temperature range from 0°C to +50°C, with an input voltage of 24 VDC (+/-20%). Designed for embedded operating systems such as Windows Embedded Standard 2009 and Windows Embedded Standard 7, the box PC also utilises reliable standards that facilitate easy commissioning.

Thanks to its thermal design power (TDP) of 6.5 W, the PC is especially energy efficient. Its compact 155 x 145 x 49 mm design also allows it to be directly snapped onto DIN rails, thus facilitating combination with other components to create a customer-oriented system solution.

The IPC operates without a fan and uses the high-performance Intel® Atom™ N455 processor (1.6 GHz) from the Intel Embedded Roadmap (Intel components with long-term availability). It also features an integrated graphics processor and a variety of interfaces, including four USB 2.0, VGA, and three COM (RS232 / 422 / 485) ports to permit a wide range of applications. Two Gigabit Ethernet ports and a CompactFlash™ slot are also available. 

Phoenix Contact, founded over 80 years ago, is a leading manufacturer of electric connection and industrial automation technology. 11,000 employees, 47 own sales companies and 30 sales partner worldwide ensure customer proximity.

Our work is dedicated to the creation of progress with inspiring, innovative solutions and to a trusting partnership towards our customers and partners with common benefits.

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