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November 22, 2010

MEN Micro unveils new rugged display computer for easier HMI

Equipped with Intel Atom 1.3GHz XL Z520PT processor, 1GB of DDR2 SDRAM and a 2GB microSD card

By CBR Staff Writer

MEN Micro, a provider of embedded computing and I/O offerings for mission-critical industrial, mobile and harsh environment applications, has launched the DC2.

The new DC2 is a rugged panel display that combines capacitive touch technology for easier human interface with a fanless, maintenance-free design for better display reliability.

The rugged display computer is equipped with an Intel Atom 1.3GHz XL Z520PT processor, 1GB of DDR2 SDRAM and a 2GB microSD card.

The company said that the new DC2 offers high data throughput and memory capacities and accommodates additional Intel processor configurations.

In addition, the panel mounted DC2 features a 10.4" 4:3 LCD TFT display with a 1024 x 768 resolution as standard, with larger screen sizes up to 19" and higher resolutions and aspect ratios available, depending on user requirements.

The standard I/O is comprised of two Fast Ethernet and two USB ports and four binary inputs via the 10-pin power supply connector.

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The Ethernet interfaces have switch functionality to provide Ethernet connection to subsequent intelligent displays while a temperature sensor monitors and controls the display.

The unit’s control electronics, attached directly to the back of the display, allow for the customised screen sizes, alternative processors and various aspect ratios.

The company said that the DC2 is equipped with a 9V to 36V wide-range power supply and operates from -40 degrees C to +70 degrees C and all its components are soldered to withstand shock and vibration and are prepared for conformal coating.

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