The new series of all-in-one HMI Panel PCs consists of three models. The MS-9A61, MS-9A62 and MS-9A63 where the only difference is the size of the screen.
The IPC’s are a powerfull all-in-one solution powered by Intel Mobile processors and with build-in 15″, 17″ and 19″ TFT LCD screens featuring 5-wire resistive touch panel. This makes them an optimal HMI platform for automation, kiosk, POI, digital signatures, etc. They also allow for connection of a second display.
Designed for diverse HMI applications with high integration flexibility in mind, the MS-9A61/9A62/9A63 allows system integrators to flexibly choose from MSI’s Mini-ITX embedded mainboards (under 35W models) according to different application requirements.
They will feature plenty of storage options, ranging from HDD, SSD, mSATA to SATA DOM to satisfy any different storage demand, maybe it be high capacity or extreme speeds.
This panel PC leads a great concept that allows system integrators to choose from any of MSI’s Mini-ITX embedded motherboards under 35W. In order to secure the power connection, it provides a lockable power jack that fastens the power connection. For easy adjustment of the touch screen, the panel PC comes with a removable front frame design.
Intel Dual Core Cedarview 1.86GHz CPU
15″/17″/19″ TFT LCD with 5-wire resistive touch panel built-in
High contrast ratio and wide viewing angle of LCD to allow the display to be easily seen
Removable front frame to facilitate the adjustment or maintenance
Galaxy has just launched another NVIDIA variant of GeForce GTX 780 Hall of Fame graphics card, bearing the GF-GTX780-E6GHD/SOC model name, featuring the company’s white PCB signature and performance-oriented cooling solution.
In terms of specifications, the card comes with 6 GB if memory, having the rest be similar to the original Galaxy GeForce GTX 780 HOF Edition released in July last year. The 6 GB variant also comes with a big factory overclock, having the core GPU clocked at 1019 MHz compared to the original variant clocked at 863 MHz and its boost speed capped at 1071 MHz compared to 928 MHz from its predecessor.
The GDDR5 memory apparent has been left untouched, having it clocked at 6008 MHz as the original Galaxy GeForce GTX 780 HOF. Other aspects of the 6 GB GTX 780 HOF variant include the 28 nm GK110 silicon architecture, offering 2,304 CUDA cores, 192 TMUs, 48 ROPs and a 384-bit memory interface. The graphics card also features a 10-phase VRM, drawing power from two 8-pin PCIe power connectors.
The graphics card is said to feature a dual-BIOS configuration as well, having the toggle switch located near the I/O bracket. The card offers four display outputs, having two dual-link DVI, one HDMI and one Display Port configuration, while its cooling solution features a Hybrid Vapor Chamber which directs heat to a large aluminium fin-stack heatsink with the help of four nickel-palter copper heat pipes. The heatsink is then ventilated by a pair of 90mm fans, having the base-plate with heatsink fins cooling the VRM and memory.