Greenfield
Factory Automation
Bassett
Batch Processing
Hand
Process Automation
Reynolds
Packaging Automation
Campbell
On the Edge
Download this free 97-page Batch Process Playbook loaded with industry expert advice on topics ranging from control systems, instrumentation, and industrial networks to energy management, security, and system upgrades.
Product
|

Advantech Corporation: Embedded Computers with Hazardous Certification

Print Reprint
FILED IN:  Industrial PCs
     
A new series of automation computers, the UNO-1100H series, have received the Class I, Division 2 (Group A, B, C, D) certification expanding their uses to hazardous locations.

The series includes the UNO-1140FH, UNO-1150GH, UNO-1150GHE, and UNO-1172AH. The UNO-1100H series are fanless DIN-rail mounted automation computers with a wide operating temperature range (up to 60°C). They are designed with a wide power input range, up to three Ethernet ports, and battery-backup SRAM to ensure reliability and security. The UNO-1100H series come with a selection of processors with different speeds and flexible expansion options including PCI-104, PC/104+, Mini PCI and Mini PCIe. The units also can serve as robust PC controllers in various applications to fulfill the requirements of hazardous locations.

>> For more information, click here

COMPANIES IN THIS ARTICLE: Advantech Corporation
FILED IN: Industrial PCs

ADVERTISEMENT
0

Add new comment

 

  NEWSLETTERS
Don’t miss intelligence crucial to your job and business!
Click on any newsletter to view a sample. Enter your email address below to sign up!

News Insights

News & Analysis

Product Insights

Latest Automation Products

Best of Blogs

Industrial Automation Columnists

Automation Focus

Sponsored white papers, videos and products

Continuous Processing

Oil & Gas, Chemical and More

Automation Skills

Improve Industry Skills

Industrial
Ethernet Review

Network Application of IE

Factory Automation

Technology for Discrete Manufacturing

Food Bev & Pharma

Automation Applications & Trends

Global Edition

Global automation news

Each newsletter ranges in frequency from once per month to a few times per month at most.

 

The best of the essentials!
Secrets to Automation Project Success

Sign up to receive timely updates from our editors and download this FREE Automation Project Survival Guide. It’s packed with field-tested best practices from industry experts that can help make your next automation project a success.

x