Responding to request for compact IPCs with failure prediction and quick maintenance, Advantech's IIoT Automation Group is pleased to announce the launch of a new series of rackmount IPCs featuring short-depth, self-diagnosis, remote manageability and modularized design.
These IPCs can easily integrate in an equipment enclosure, leaving more space for cable routing and internal devices. Once installed, the IPCs report their status to a remote administrator before failure occurs, saving on-site inspection costs and reducing the risk of unexpected downtime. Maintenance can quickly swap key modularized parts, minimizing maintenance time.
The ACP-2020 and ACP-4020 both feature short-depth (400/350mm), a built-in intelligent system module that checks IPC fan speed and temperature and proactively reports any abnormal conditions. The front-accessible system fan, hot-swap drive bay and redundant power module facilitate quick maintenance.
The IPC-603 and IPC-631 feature short-depth (308/35-mm) and all I/Os are on the front where the user can easily access all cables, connectors, AC inlet, buttons and LED. The IPC-631 supports a hot-swappable drive-bay and redundant power supply, which make cable routing and maintenance much easier.
The ACP-4D00 features short depth (350mm) and dual-node design. It encloses two independent IPCs in a rigid 4U cage. Each node has two expansion slots and can be configured independently for different tasks. For example, one node could serve as a controller and the other for frame grabbing and image analytics.