A New, Rugged, Go-Anywhere Multi-Touch PC for Hazardous Environments

Daisy Data Displays, a leading manufacturer of ruggedized computer hardware, from PCs to industrial enclosures, designed the Rigmate 4120 Series All Weather Portable PCs to endure harsh and hazardous manufacturing and processing environments.

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It provides Zone 2 NI protection in a durable, aluminum and carbon fiber lightweight portable package. The PC is equipped with a LED backlit sunlight readable 15" and 19" LCD with multi-touch capacitive touch screen. Standard features include:

  • NEMA 4X rugged aluminum and carbon fiber enclosure with special UV tolerant paint finish designed with your harshest environments in mind.
  • Zone 2 NI, EExnA IIC T4, EXII36, complies with ATEX 94/9/EC, to ensure safety in your hazardous areas.
  • Portable, weighing only 19 lbs, yet rugged and durable for harsh environments.
  • Engineered to withstand high shock and vibration to survive your rig floor, ship, or truck mounted applications.
  • Active matrix, Transflective LED backlit sunlight readable 15″ LCD panel with shatterproof touch screen provide ultimate user interface in all lighting conditions.
  • Aluminum fins for heat transfer and cooling.
  • Low power 1.8 GHz Intel® Atom™ Dual Core or i7 processor allows a fan-less design, fully configured with solid state storage, extensive list of I/O ports. This computer is designed to meet your demanding applications while operating at extreme ambient temperatures.
  • Rugged multi-touch projected capacitive touch screen provides you with the ultimate operator interface.
  • VESA mounting pattern give you the flexibility to choose the option that will best fit your mounting needs.
  • Wi-Fi antenna give you the freedom to be mobile and still connected to the internet.

Options include CPU, RAM, and Solid State storage upgrades, pre-installation of operating system; AC or DC thermo electric heaters available for -40°C operation and a battery power supply.

 

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