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Fanless industrial PC for the DIN rail

27.09.2022 – The Eagle-Eyes AIH10 from Efco is a modular configurable industrial PC, available as wall-mount or for DIN rail.

CPUs of the 10th Intel generation are used. In the standard configuration, the company offers 16 digital IOs, a maximum of 6 x GbE with PoE, 4 x USB, 1 x USB-C, 6 x serial, 1 x VGA, as well as two display ports for a maximum of three screens each. 3 x SATA, 2x M.2, as well as 1 x micro-SD enable internal expansions. With its 260 x 206 x 77 mm, the fanless AIH10 is compact and can be mounted practically anywhere.

The AIHD10 version is available for control cabinet installation on the top-hat rail. Here, all connections and maintenance accesses are located on the front side.

An optimally matched expansion housing with forced cooling is available for both IPCs. This adds just under 50 mm in height, but offers space for two full-size PCI plug-in cards. Efco has placed particular emphasis on thermal management. This means that the industrial computers can be used at ambient temperatures of up to +75 °C.

Contact

Efco Electronics GmbH

Ulrichsberger Str. 17/G1
94469 Deggendorf
Germany

+49 991 200 929 82 00
+49 991 200 929 82 99

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