2023/12/26Japan、Africa、Asia、Europe、Middle East、North America、Oceania、Latin America
Contec has developed a new high-performance touch panel computer equipped with a 7th generation Intel® Core™ i5 (Kaby Lake U) processor. The company began accepting orders for the XPT-T1010 series on December 26, 2023.
The new XPT-T1010 panel computer includes a different CPU than the 7th generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor offered in the previous XPT-T1000 series and a different touch panel LCD.
Equipped with a 7th generation Intel® Core™ i5 (Kaby Lake U) processor and a 12.1-inch touch panel LCD, the XPT-T1010 also offers mounting dimensions similar to those of Contec’s PT-955LXC series panel computer (discontinued).
This high-performance device comes built-to-order (BTO), enabling customers to select their desired storage, RAID, and OS specifications to optimize the XPT-T1010 for their intended application and budget.
The XPT-T1010 series is equipped with a Core i5-7300U CPU that provides advanced computing and graphical performance even with minimal power requirements.
By adopting a spindleless design with no CPU fan, the product prevents dust and foreign materials from entering the system and reduces the use of components that deteriorate with age as much as possible, greatly reducing maintenance and inspection burdens.
This product uses a 5-wire resistive film touch panel that has excellent durability. This provides a long service life of 36 million operations. *2.
This product supports 10.8 to 31.2 VDC power supplies, and can therefore be used in a wide range of power supply environments. It can even be used in 100 to 240 VAC power supply environments with an AC adapter (sold separately).
The Power Failure Protection™ system protects data and prohibits writing to storage in the event of a power failure.
When used together with the Windows IoT Enterprise lockdown (disk write suppression) feature, power can be safely turned off even without performing a shutdown process. This also helps prevent corruption of the file system and data due to sudden power loss.