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Thin computers for industrial environments

By Chemical Engineering |

Pepperl+Fuchs

Designed to withstand high temperatures, shocks and vibrations over long periods, the new BTC14 (photo) industrial thin-client computer has four uniform digital DisplayPorts, enabling processes to be visualized on up to four Ultra-HD (4K) screens, providing an optimal overview of all information. Thanks to additional mounting kits and a rugged design, the BTC14 can be installed in numerous configurations. The preinstalled VisuNet RM Shell 5 firmware simplifies both virtualizing host systems and performing quick and intuitive configuration. The thin client portfolio also includes the VisuNet Control Center management tool, which enables efficient and centralized management of all thin client devices when used with the RM Shell 5 firmware: from the BTCs in the control room and production-related workstations to remote monitors in the field in Ex Zone 1/21. — Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH, Mannheim, Germany

www.pepperl-fuchs.com

 

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