SEL: Industrial PCs

Jan. 3, 2014
The SEL-3355 is designed to withstand vibration, electrical surges, fast transients, and extreme temperatures to meet or exceed IEEE 1613, IEC 61850-3, and other environmental protective relay specifications.

With no moving parts or vents, the computer offers error correcting code RAM, single-level cell solid-state drives, and a state-of-the-art thermal management system. The computer uses a third-generation Intel Core i7 multicore processor that incorporates vPro technology embedded in the chipset to help combat malware threats and encrypt sensitive information. The PC meets IEEE 1613, IEEE C37.90, and IEC 60255 protective relay standards, and is designed to withstand 15 kV electrostatic discharge, fast transients, radiated emissions, up to 15 g shock, seismic and sustained vibration, overcurrent, dielectric strength, and pulse magnetic field disturbances. Communications capability includes two Ethernet ports, audio I/O, six USB ports, three video ports, and two serial ports. The power supply supports 120/240 VAC or 125/250 VDC. The computer is developed and manufactured in the United States and backed by a ten-year, no-questions-asked warranty.

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