Daisy Data Displays debuts PC series 4120 for hazardous locations
June 26, 2015
By Alyssa Dalton
Jun. 26, 2015 – Daisy Data Displays, a hazardous location and ruggedized computer manufacturer, has unveiled a PC designed to operate in hazardous locations such as those found in refineries, drilling, fracking or oil drill rig locations and more. The series 4120 features either a 19-in. display (1280 x 1024 resolution) or 15-in. display (1024 x 768 resolution). Promising to be smaller, lighter, faster and fanless, the series is less than 19 pounds for increased ease of use and features a resistant touch screen (glass on glass) or optional multi-touch Projected – Capacitive (P-Cap). WiFi antenna is also optional. Because the units are fanless, the MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) is lengthened as the number of movable parts has been reduced, says the company. The COM e module is available with either Quad Core Atom or i7 processor and Solid State HD, up to 256GB. It offers up to 16GB of memory (4GB is standard), four USB ports, two network ports, keyboard and pointing device PS/2 ports. All units come with a variety of different mounting options and the ability to modify the unit to fit into each unique space, adds Daisy.
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