Intel baytrail J1900 4-Core CPU (32bit/64bit, indicate by note if you prefer 64bit)
Inter HD Graphics 4000
4G DDR3 Memory (optional up to 8G), 16G SSD (optional up to 128G)
6 * COM ports (COM3 with RS485/RS422 support)
1* USB2.0, 3 * USB3.0
1 * VGA, 1* HDMI
2 * 1000MB Ethernet Port, Optional WIFI
Front Bezel with IP65 Compliance
Microphone and speakers
12VDC power supply (optional 230VAC adapter)
415×337×57mm in dimensions (W x H x D)
8kg in weight
12 months warranty.
This line of products come with a rugged enclosure, highly responsive touch panel, rich communication choices
All of these products can run both Windows and Linux OS. Users need to buy their own license for your choice of OS or use free Linux.
This Panel PC can be used in rugged environment whenever a all-in-one computer is required.
JOF Automation & Service | HMI and PLC Products
JoF Automation & Services, based in Sydney, is dedicated to bringing in China made electronic products where prices and quality meet at the best point. We are partnered with WECON, one of the top players in China in the field of Automation Industry, to distribute their world popular HMI and PLC products in the markets of Australia and New Zealand. As the exclusive distributor in Australia and New Zealand market, WECON provides us with especially competitive prices and direct customer services while all the core engineers behind the scenes are tasked to lend a hand when required to help our customers find best solution in dealing with their projects.
Other than HMI touch screens and PLCs, we are well aware the fact that Australian and New Zealand market is in great need of all sorts of high-in-quality but low-in-prices accessories for Automation Industry, such as Switches, Buttons, Motors, Servo-motors, Stepping motors, Circuit breakers, Inverter, Variable Frequency Drive (VFD), Relays, etc etc. We are in talks with some of the major makers from China to bring in the best Made-In-China products to save all the hassles of our customers in searching and testing for the best products buried in the sea of internet.