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XPAC (Embedded Standard 2009)


XPAC (Embedded Standard 2009)

XPAC (Embedded Standard 2009)

A programmable logic controller (PLC) is a computer used for the automation of electromechanical processes, such as control of machinery on factory assembly lines, amusement rides, or light fixtures. PLCs can handle extended temperature ranges, provide immunity to electrical noise, and resistance to vibration and impact.
The ability to run PC-based Control software such as C++, SCADA software and SoftPLC allows for fast deployment.

Product Description
XP-8041 Programmable Automation Controller
Windows Embedded Standard 2009
AMD LX800 Processor (500MHz)
XP-8341 Programmable Automation Controller
3 Expansion Slots
Windows Embedded Standard 2009
AMD LX800 Processor (500MHz)
XP-8741 Programmable Automation Controller
7 Expansion Slots
Windows Embedded Standard 2009
AMD LX800 Processor (500MHz)
XP-8041-ATOM Programmable Automation Controller
Windows Embedded Standard 2009
Intel Atom Z520 Processor (1.33GHz)
XP-8141-ATOM Programmable Automation Controller
1 Expansion Slot
Windows Embedded Standard 2009
Intel Atom Z520 Processor (1.33GHz)
XP-8341-ATOM Programmable Automation Controller
3 Expansion Slots
Windows Embedded Standard 2009
Intel Atom Z520 Processor (1.33GHz)
XP-8741-ATOM Programmable Automation Controller
7 Expansion Slots
Windows Embedded Standard 2009
Intel Atom Z520 Processor (1.33GHz)