Rugged chassis for embedded computing in tight spaces like power plants and train stations introduced by Advantech

MILPITAS, Calif., 9 July 2010. Advantech Co. Ltd. in Milpitas, Calif., is introducing the IPC-619/619S compact 4U industrial chassis for mission-critical applications such as power plant master systems and railway control in tight spaces like power plants and metro or train stations. The IPC-619 is a solid industrial chassis 429 millimeters deep that can accommodate a PICMG 1.3/1.0 full-size system host boards (SHB) and single-board computers (SBC), while the IPC-619S compact model is 274 millimeters deep and can accommodate half-size CPU boards and 10 slot half-size backplanes.

Jul 9th, 2010
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MILPITAS, Calif., 9 July 2010. Advantech Co. Ltd. in Milpitas, Calif., is introducing the IPC-619/619S compact 4U industrial chassis for mission-critical embedded computing applications such as power plant master systems and railway control in tight spaces like power plants and metro or train stations.

The IPC-619 is a solid industrial chassis with a depth of 429 millimeters that can accommodate a PICMG 1.3/1.0 full-size system host boards (SHB) and single-board computers (SBC), with as many as 14 slots for full-length cards or an ATX/microATX motherboard. The IPC-619S compact model has a depth of 274 millimeters, can accommodate half-size CPU boards and 10 slot half-size backplanes with an additional five slots available for expansion.

The IPC-619/619S rugged chassis is designed harsh environment applications. A shockproof cushioned design secures 5.25- and 3.5-inch disk drives, and a hold-down clamp on the electronics enclosure solidly fixes add-on cards in place. The IPC-619/619S member of Advantech's family of enclosures and chassis has an optional COMBO kit for a 5.25-inch drive bay. Hard disk drive (HDD) and power LED indicators are on the front panel, and the logo can be customized with any desired nameplate.

For more information contact Advantech online at www.advantech.com.

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