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IPC2U announces: Pipal 2215 - a compact embedded multi-talent!

IPC2U presents with the Pipal 2215 a fanless embedded system for various control, evaluation and digital signage tasks. Based on the power-saving Intel Atom D2550 Dual Core 1.86GHz CPU and the Intel NM10 chipset, the embedded system matches up to numerous tasks arising in the process control, visualization and digital signage areas. A lot of interfaces such as 2x Gbit LAN with Wake-On LAN and DMI, 4x USB, 2x RS 232 as well as 1x RS232/422/485, which can be extended by 3 further RS232 ensure flexible integrating options in different industrial and commercial environments. 2x RS232 and 1x Digital I/O are optional instead of the 3 COM interfaces. Up to 2 independent displays can be connected via 1x HDMI and 1x DVI-I. Is there a demand for additional functions, an Add-Inn card can be installed via 1x mini PCIe slot. This slot can also be used for installation of a mSATA SSD. Beside this option data storage can proceed on 2.5“ SATA HDD. A 1-255s Watchdog Timer ensures that the system is rebooted if system failure occurs. Considerable graphic performance is provided by Intel graphic core 640MHz. The Pipal 2215 supports Blu Ray data storage format as well as AVC/H.264, VC1/WMV9, MPEG2 HW compression standards.
Pipal 2215 is very power-saving and consumes with HDD 17W (in average) and 22W (maximum). Power input offers the customer with 12V DC or 24V DC also flexible deployment opportunities. The embedded PC can be controlled manually or at the distance in AT/ ATX mode.
The Pipal-2215 works within a temperature range of -20°C to +45°C (with HDD for wide temperature range) or -20°C to +50°C (with SSD for wide temperature range).
This compact embedded PC with only 200x89,83x185,5mm (WxHxD) can be deployed as desktop or wall mounted version. It can run under Windows XP Pro. / Embedded, Windows 7 and Linux. On demand the Pipal-2215 can be equipped with the Intel Atom N2800 or N2600 CPU.

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Pipal 2215 

Features:

  • Intel Atom D2550 Dual Core 1.86GHz CPU (optional: Intel Atom Dual Core N2800 1.86GHz or N2600 1.6GHz CPU)
  • Intel NM10 chipset
  • 2x Gbit LAN with Wake-On LAN and DMI
  • 4x USB, 2x RS 232 + 3x RS232 (optional), 1x RS232/422/485
  • 1x HDMI, 1x DVI-I
  • 1x mini PCIe slot
  • 2.5“ SATA HDD Drive Bay
  • 1-255s Watchdog Timer
  • Temperature range: 20°C to +45°C (with HDD for wide temperature range) or  -20°C to +50°C (with SSD for wide temperature range).
  • Size: 200x89,83x185,5mm (LxHxB)
  • Operation systems: Windows XP Pro. / Embedded, Windows 7, Linux

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09:54 19.11.2017