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Aaeon ACP panel PC
Photo: Company [Aug 10, 2017]

A developer of Industry 4.0 computing solutions, Aaeon has launched the ACP product line, a series of customizable touch panel PCs that will consolidate system integration, IoT and smart home applications, as well as providing a flexible option for product lifecycle management and smart factory processes.

The ACP panel PCs are powered by the ApolloLake. These multitouch panel PCs support Linux, Windows 10 and Android systems. The ACP series stand at 7- and 10.1-inch respectively, according to the vendor. The ACP offers a thermal management system that boosts airflow and cool air circulation, along with an aluminum casing which protects the panel from external wear and tear, whilst the IP 65 front bezel design offers a layer of protection against environmental nuisances such as dust mites and water. The new design offers voltage protection against surge spikes and short circuits, and operates within DC 9~30 Vdc.

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