Compact Industrial PC with a wide range of functions

IPCCAN – small, individual and flexible
Compact Industrial PC with a wide range of functions (PresseBox) (Weßling, ) With the new IPCCAN, TQ Components has expanded its industrial computer line with a particularly powerful complete system. The IPCCAN is built on the successful iPCbox design: Minimum dimensions (163 mm x 135 mm x 54 mm), a high degree of compatibility and functionality united in a single system. From the successful UTX module family, you can employ numerous passively-cooled processor types by Intel or VIA (400 - 1200 MHz). The patented cooling system ensures optimum passive ventilation and hence a broad temperature range (standard: 5-45°C ambient temperature). Either Compact Flash and a 2.5" automotive-hard disk or a USB flash disk are available for mass storage.

External connections are provided by four USB 2.0 ports, a CRT and CAN (SJA1000) port, two Ethernet (10/100BaseT) ports, two PS/2 ports (keyboard, mouse) and in particular: up to six serial interfaces (2x RS-232, 2x RS-422, 2x RS-485, all galvanically isolated). The mainboard has additional connections for a USB flashdisk, a SATA HDD and LVDS. Protection against unauthorized access to the CF socket can be provided as desired.

The IPCCAN is designed both as an upright unit or for top-hat rail mounting. Extended long-term availability is ensured by tried-and-tested UTX modular technology. Windows XP Professional/Embedded or Linux (Open SUSE) operating systems are available which have been optimized to the UTX hardware.

Typical uses:
- Control systems
- Transport applications
- Monitoring systems

Features of the TQ IPCCAN:
- Long-term availability
- Superior quality of every component
- Large number of interfaces
- High degree of modularity (processor, memory, graphics....)
- Passive cooling; minimized noise
- Vibration-optimized electronics
- Customer-specific solutions are easy to implement

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TQ-Group
Gut Delling / Mühlstr. 2
D-82229 Seefeld
Andrea Wiedemann
TQ-Components GmbH
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