Overview / Features
Equipped with a 21.5-inch display, the “STAND-PC” enables users to enjoy the benefits of a large, highly-visible screen that features touch-panel operability similar to that of a tablet.
With these features, it is ideal for use in wide range of embedded applications including workflow management on production lines, as a display for work instructions, or for operating or monitoring industrial equipment, as well as applications such as a monitor for displaying orders in a restaurant-setting or as a display for monitoring the comings and goings of visitors, customers, etc.
Shipped to your door already assembled as an “All-in-One” PC
A rich, expandable interface with more than 10 ports
- With a rich, expandable interface that includes 2 × 1000BASE-T ports, 1 × USB3.0 port, 5 × USB2.0 ports, 2 × serial ports (RS-232C), and 1 × general I/O port, this is the best PC for use in industrial applications where peripheral device expansion capability is a must.
Can be equipped with a display ranging from 15-inch to 27-inch in size
High-performance touch panel display
- The high-performance industrial touch panel display is of a type also used for medical equipment. It features touch operations similar to that of tablets or smartphones with 10-point multi-touch capabilities. It also provides superior visibility thanks to a viewing angle of 178° (horizontal)/178° (vertical).
Pre-installed with Windows 10 IoT Enterprise—the OS for the latest in embedded devices
- Comes pre-installed with Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB 2016 (64-bit) that supports English, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean. Unlike normal versions of Windows 10, this guarantees long-term availability for the same specifications. Also, the Write Filter function enables read-only system operation to be performed.
Reduced operating costs thanks to a long-term, stable supply
The combination of a CPU designed for use in embedded devices and an industrial-use display enables a long-term, stable supply to be achieved. These products free our customers from having to deal with operation verifications and device design changes that occur every time PC models are changed, thus reducing operation costs spent for development and verification.