September 10-15, 2018
The CuTiPy™ Industrial IoT microcontroller was created to simplify adding IOT connectivity to devices and machines in the Industrial systems environment. EMAC Inc. has created an easy to use, cost effective industrial board that can be implemented anywhere from the factory floor to an offsite remote location.
The PFM-540I is a single board computer is a "wing-less," low-power, high performance platform. It can operate continuously at temperatures up to 140º F (60º C) without a fan, with a wide-temp option available.
The PCM-9375 is designed to provide the ideal combination of low power, great performance, widely expanded interfaces and small size for applications like data acquisition, industrial control, or thin client.
The VDX-6324 is built for Ultra Low Power Consumption, with a highly integrated, cost-reducing processor, and the ability to utilize higher-end PCI bus based modules.
The 4.3″ WQVGA (480×272) PPC-043T is the smallest and most budget friendly in EMAC’s x86 Panel PC product offerings, this one has all the benefits of an x86 architecture platform in an industrial package. The PPC-043T is enclosed in a front IP65 bezel, but also available as an open frame version available for companies wanting to integrate with their own branding/style. The PPC-043T offers a flexible solution suited for BMS, heating control, environmental monitoring – literally any application where the power of a PC is beneficial, but costs previously dictated the Panel PC route wasn’t an option.
The PPC-04, an ultra compact Panel PC with a 4.3 inch WQVGA (480 x 272) TFT color LCD and a resistive touch screen.
The EMAC Low-Power Server-In-a-Box (SIB), is a low cost, small footprint, yet powerful Server.
The EMAC Deluxe Compact Server-In-a-Box (SIB), is a low cost, small footprint, yet powerful Server. The standard Compact SIB has no moving parts and features a rugged enclosure design making it an ideal choice for most industrial applications.
A rugged enclosure design makes it an ideal choice for most industrial applications. You should be up, running and building applications the first day.