Axiomtek’s New 10.4″ Rugged and Versatile Vehicle-Mounted Touch Panel Computer – GOT610-837

Axiomtek’s New 10.4″ Rugged and Versatile Vehicle-Mounted Touch Panel Computer – GOT610-837

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Axiomtek – a world-renowned leader relentlessly devoted in the research, development and manufacture of series of innovative and reliable industrial computer products of high efficiency – is pleased to introduce the GOT610-837, an ultra-rugged 10.4″ vehicle-mounted touch panel computer for logistics and manufacturing applications. The feature-rich vehicle-mounted terminal is powered by the quad-core Intel® Atom® processor E3845. The all-in-one touch panel PC has a full IP65-rated aluminum front bezel for protection from water and dust ingress and features class 5M3 (EN 60721-3-5) and MIL-STD 810F certification for vibration and shock tolerance. The 10.4-inch transportation solution-ready GOT610-837 is designed to fit seamlessly into forklifts and other warehouse vehicles to improve operational efficiencies.

The GOT610-837 has a 10.4-inch XGA TFT LCD display with high brightness LED backlight and 500 nits of brightness. It offers two touchscreen options: 5-wire resistive touch or projected capacitive multi-touch. Its auto-dimming function allows operators to easily read the information under different light conditions. The rugged touch panel computer also has user-friendly programmable function keys on the front panel for the operators to easily control brightness, volume and LCD on/off access.

The GOT610-837 features the onboard DDR3 memory of up to 8GB; in addition, it has 16GB flash onboard and one mSATA for storage. With the fanless and ultra-slim design, the 10.4-inch vehicle-mounted terminal can be easily deployed in any space-limited environments. The Intel® Atom®-based touch panel PC is built to withstand harsh operating environments with an extended temperature range from -30°C to +55°C. It also supports a wide range power input of 9V to 60V DC that makes it suitable for harsh industrial applications. Furthermore, the 10.4″ all-in-one touch panel PC supports various mounting such as wall mount, VESA mount, arm mount and desktop stand for mounting in forklifts, clamp trucks, yard mules, cranes, and more.

“Axiomtek’s GOT610-837 is engineered specifically for in-vehicle use and can be operated in extreme and regular environments indoor and outdoor. This industrial-grade vehicle-mount computer is designed to fit seamlessly into forklift and other heavy-duty vehicles to improve productivity and minimize errors from the docks to the yard,” said Raymond Liao, the product manager of IPS Product PM Division at Axiomtek.

To enable real-time communication, the 10.4” XGA fanless touch panel PC is expandable with two PCI Express Mini Card slots and one SIM card slot, as well as three antenna holes. It also has abundant I/O interfaces including one Gigabit LAN port with isolated 1.5KV, four USB type A ports (one on the top and three on the bottom), one RS-232/422/485 with isolated 1.5KV, one DC for power input with isolated 1.5KV, one audio (line-out and mic-in), one 6-in/2-out DIO with isolated 1.5KV, and one CAN Bus interface. Moreover, the GOT610-837 is also ready for Windows® 10, 8.1 and 7.

Advanced Features:

  • Intel® Atom® processor E3845 1.91 GHz (code name: Bay Trail)
  • Auto-dimming for different environments
  • Rugged IP65 front bezel design
  • Front hotkeys for easy access
  • Wide operating temperature range from -30°C to +55°C
  • Supports various mounting ways
  • 5-wire resistive or projected capacitive touch
  • Class 5M3 and MIL-STD 810F for vibration/shock resistance

Axiomtek’s GOT610-837 is available now. For more product information or customization services, please visit our global website at www.axiomtek.com or contact one of our sales representatives at info@axiomtek.com.tw.

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