The E22 is a powerful multi-core industrial PC boasting a 64-bit Intel® Bay Trail chipset. The E22 has an EtherCAT master and is ideal for 10+ axes of real-time coordinated motion control. It is available in panel, box, and book configurations.
C6 E22 IPC
C6 E22 PANEL IPC – Ideal for high-performance industrial machines requiring coordinated motion control and CNC functionality
64-bit architecture, Celeron® J1900 2Ghz (2,41 GHz burst frequency), 4 cores, 4 threads –
• Glass front panel
• Capacitive or resistive touch technology
• IP66 protection class
• Full HD resolution
• USB interface on the front
• A variety of formats and sizes available
C6 E22 BOX
An all-in-one motherboard, room for add-on interfaces, and optional expansion slots make the E22 Box perfect for wall mounting in a cabinet.
• 2 Ethernet interfaces
• 1 USB 3.0 and 3 USB 2.0 interfaces
• 1 RS232 Serial interface
• DVI-D monitor output
• Expansion slot for additional fieldbus cards (BOX S1 model)
C6 E22 BM
The sleek C6 E22 Book Mount is perfect for mounting in a control cabinet. All of the necessary interfaces are located on the top and front of the device, so installation is a breeze. The status display on the front provides useful operating info at a glance.
• DVI or RVL output interfaces
• 4 Ethernet interfaces
• UPS and backup battery
• Optional 2.5″ HDD/SSD
SLIM (SL) VERSION FOR SMALL SPACES
For installations in small spaces the Panel and Box E22 IPCs come in Slim versions.
The Panel SL is 48mm – 65mm in-depth, and the Box SL is 35mm in depth.
Industrial PCs from KEB America are designed to work in industrial environments. A fanless design that limits moving parts and IP66 protection (panel and box) make the IPCs well-suited for installation on the factory floor.
Like our HMI, the Panel IPCs come in capacitive touch for precise movements like pinching and scrolling, or resistive touch for use with a glove or stylus.
Each model of the E22 IPC comes with an Intel® Bay Trail platform – 64-bit architecture, Celeron® J1900 2Ghz (2,41 GHz burst frequency), 4 cores, 4 threads
• CPU: Intel® Celeron® J1900, 2.00 GHz (2.42 GHz Burst), 2 MB L2 cache, 4 cores, 4 threads
• System Memory: RAM 2 GB (1 x SODIMM DDR3 Module)
• Graphic Controller: Intel® HD Graphics integrated in Intel® Celeron™ microprocessor, 688 MHz
• Mass Memory (mSATA): 32 GB for operating system and runtime environments (internal, not removable)
• Mass Memory (cFast slot): 16 GB or expandable memory sizes as project memory for free use
• Input Voltage: 18 – 32 VDC
• Operating System: Windows Embedded Standard 7P 32 Bit
• HMI: COMBIVIS Studio HMI runtime
• Remote Control: COMBIVIS Connect™
• Panel (Capacitive): 10.1″ … 21.5″
• Panel (Resistive): 10.1″ … 24″
• Formats: Both 16:9 Wide and 4:3
• CE (EN 55022, EN 61000-3-2/3, EN 55024, EN 60950-1)
• cULus LISTED (UL508)
Depends on model (check catalog)
• Operating Temperature: 0 … 50 °C
• Storage Temperature: -20 … 60 °C
• Humidity: 80% max (non-condensing)
Why Use Industrial PCs?
Industrial PCs are compact and high-precision computers for industrial applications. Functionally, they work just like consumer PCs. However, industrial PCs often have higher memory capacity, computing power, and more durable parts to ensure reliable performance. Use cases for IPCs include factories, refineries, labs, water treatment plants, and packaging facilities.
Industrial work environments are demanding and expose computers to adverse conditions, from airborne dust to high temperatures. Industrial PCs are built to resist these environmental factors, utilizing fanless, ventless designs to maximize efficiency and minimize the risk of parts failing. Indeed, this is how IPCs can perform in the field with minimal maintenance.
Flexibility is a crucial advantage for industrial PCs. These computers are available in multiple configurations to accommodate even the most challenging applications. Remote connectivity allows users to monitor IPCs across the plant floor or in the field without expensive, time-consuming trips. This versatility helps customers achieve greater efficiency, enable more productive workflows, and control risk in any industrial application.
C6 E22 Configurations
The C6 E22 IPC is available in three different configurations to help users integrate with existing systems, maximize throughput, and redefine performance in applications requiring real-time motion control:
Choosing an IPC for Your Industrial Application
There are many important factors to consider when choosing an industrial PC. Here are some general guidelines to help get you started:
Environment plays a key role in IPC selection. Work environments exposed to dust, debris, shocks, vibration, or high temps will require a more rugged PC with protective features. For example, a factory floor will benefit from IPCs that limit the number of moving parts in the system. KEB’s C6 E22 industrial touchscreen panel PC pairs a fanless design with IP66 protection, making it an ideal choice for factory applications.
Performance is another important consideration when picking an IPC or industrial PC panel. Your computer needs the appropriate processing power to handle required tasks and workloads. This is a delicate balance: too much power creates unneeded costs and waste—while too little results in performance failures and downtime. For instance, you may focus on a great industrial computer display to improve data visualization, only to be hit with workflow interruptions due to insufficient processing power.
These are just a few elements you’ll need to consider when selecting an IPC. For the best results, we recommend connecting with a KEB solutions engineer. From industrial PC panel solutions to cutting-edge tools for CNC automation, our experts will help you find the perfect technology for your unique application needs.
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