Each business or client has unique application requirements and specifications for their industrial computer hardware. There are many computer options offering a range of display sizes and screen resolutions, and occasionally your project may require a specific ratio or resolution to fit a particular project application. Here is what you need to know before buying a new monitor or computer for your business.
Buying a new industrial computer can be a challenging task. It involves a great deal of analysis and can be challenging even for professionals. To make this process easier for you, specialists at STX Technology have covered main topics like SSD size, IP rating compliance, the difference between types of enclosure finishes and types of touch screens.
Accessories play an important role in your industrial computer system setup and serve to extend the capabilities of a PC as well as make everyday operation faster and easier. Considering the purchase of accessories and peripherals prior to setting up your computer system can help to alleviate any issues before hand.
Connectivity options are crucial for industrial environments where computer networks, accessories and data exchange are a factor. Choosing the right connectivity options for a PC makes future operation more efficient and trouble free, but with a wide range of alternatives available at the market, it can be quite challenging to find the perfect solution.
Power requirements are a key factor when selecting an industrial PC. There are many different power options available and choosing the right one can help to operate your new industrial computer reliably and prevent data loss, downtime and system damage. Power needs are dictated by your current system or place of installation for a new unit. Let’s take a look at the main power alternatives offered for Industrial PCs.