For system expansions, the 19-inch system provides four slots: 1 x PCI Express 3.0 x16, 1 x PCI Express 2.0 x16 (four lanes), 1 x PCI Express 2.0 x8 (one lane) and 1 x PCI (32-bit, 33 MHz). In addition to four USB 3.0 (two at the rear and two internal) and eight USB 2.0 (two at the front and six at the rear) ports, an internal USB 2.0 stick socket is present. The computer is also equipped with two Gigabit LAN connections, 1 x COM (RS232), 2 x PS/2, audio, SATA for six SATA III 600 drives (with support for RAID 0, 1, 0+1, 5) and a socket for mSATA III. In addition to an external DVI-I interface, two DisplayPort 1.2 interfaces are provided for the connection of modern displays.
The unit has a 5.25-inch slimline bay and two 3.5-inch bays installed at the front. A removable frame allows as many as four 2.5 inch hard disks to be installed in the two 3.5 inch bays. A 1000 GB 3.5 inch SATA II 600 hard disk (or larger) is integrated in the housing. A DVD-RW drive (slimline), a 2.5 inch SSD or an mSATA III SSD can be installed as option.
The industrial computer has an installation depth of only 380mm, it is delivered with a 600W power pack (115 – 230 VAC) 80 PLUS; a redundant AC or DC power pack (12, 24, 48 VDC) is also available on request. The operating temperature range lies between 0° and 45° C, but depending on the configuration, a temperature as high as 50° C can also be tolerated. Two 8-cm fans at the front provide the system cooling.
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