KEB's most powerful IPC with Intel® Ivy Bridge platform and 6th generation Core i5 processors packaged in an industrial class touch-screen panel. Available in the panel, box, and book configurations.
• C6 P34 PANEL IPC – – Ideal for High-Performance industrial machines requiring coordinated motion control and CNC functionality • 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 P34 BOX
An all-in-one motherboard, room for add-on interfaces, and optional expansion slots make the slim P34 Box perfect for wall mounting in a cabinet.
• 4 Ethernet interfaces
• 3 USB 3.0 and 2 USB 2.0 interfaces
• 1 RS232 Serial interface
• DVI-D monitor output
• Optional PC expansion slot for additional fieldbus cards
C6 P34 BM
The sleek C6 P34 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
Each model of the P34 IPC comes with an Intel® Core™ i5-6440EQ processor. 2.70 GHz (3.40 GHz Turbo), 6MB smart cache, 4 cores, 4 threads, soldered on-board.
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.
• Intel® Core™ i5-6440EQ, 2,70 GHz (3.40 GHz Turbo), 6MB smart cache, 4 cores, 4 threads, Soldered on-board
• System Memory: RAM 4 GB (1 x SODIMM DDR4-2133)
• Graphic Controller: Intel® HD Graphics 510 integrated into Intel® Celeron™ microprocessor, 950MHz
• 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): 12.1″ … 24″
• Panel (Resistive): 12.1″ … 24″
• Formats: Both 16:9 Wide and 4:3
• CE (EN 55022, EN 61000-3-2/3, EN 55024, EN 60950-1)
• cULus LISTED (61010)
Depends on the model (check catalog)
• IP66 from Front (Panel)
What Are Industrial PCs?
An industrial PC (or IPC) is a fanless, ventless computing device, purpose-built for industrial applications. IPCs offer high precision and dependability standards—and are designed for use in demanding work environments. These machines are smart, cost-effective tools that merge human-machine interface (HMI) and control functionalities.
Versatility is of paramount importance for industrial PCs. These computers must integrate with many different forms of industrial machines, applications, and contexts, without the need for excessive customization. This is why IPCs like the C6 P34 merge high performance with flexible configurations, including the following:
Panel IPCs are outfitted with responsive touchscreen panels, making it easy for users to monitor and operate industrial machines. These panel solutions streamline the visualization of equipment and system data, giving operators greater control over process and machine operation than ever before.
Box IPCs operate with remarkable stability and safety, even in demanding environments. Their robust and compact design allows box IPCs to resist harmful environmental factors, from high-temperature shifts to airborne substances like dust and debris.
Book Mount IPCs are specially designed with a compact form for use in control cabinets. They encompass a wide range of operating systems and processors to support almost any industrial automation workflow. Book mount IPCs are also designed for ease of access, with all connections and plug-in points built into the front and top of the computer.
How Do Industrial PCs Work?
An industrial PC includes many of the same functions and parts as a standard desktop computer. The big difference is that IPCs include rugged features to endure hostile conditions in industrial settings, including temperatures and power spikes.
For example, IPCs can be outfitted with special filters and shock absorbers to protect the computer from dust, extreme vibration, and movement. These protective features are especially useful for IPCs installed in remote locations that are difficult to service in the field.
With the addition of industrial display monitors, IPCs act as comprehensive machine controllers, enabling real-time CNC and other functionalities. KEB’s C6 panel IPC delivers a powerful combination of coordinated motion control with capacitive and resistive touch options for more productive, intuitive, and safe operations.
Industrial Applications for IPCs
Packaging, data acquisition, industrial automation, and even mining applications all benefit greatly from the efficient, robust design of IPCs. Their long life cycles and minimal need for maintenance allow industrial PCs to excel in these challenging environments.
Other growing industrial applications for IPCs include the food and beverage industries, both of which demand reliable machine performance amidst potential messes, spills, and contaminants. KEB’s HMI touch screen panels and panel IPCs offer exceptional moisture and water resistance, making washdowns and equipment cleaning safe and easy.
KEB leads the way in control and automation for industrial applications. Our next-generation industrial PC devices equip customers with flexible computing capabilities with minimal need for repairs and inspections. This results in more seamless applications, greater throughput, and reduced risk and costs. Our experts will work with you every step of the way to create the right IPC solution for your application needs.
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