27” Front IP65 Open Frame Touch Panel PC from IBASE

27” Front IP65 Open Frame Touch Panel PC from IBASE

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IBASE Technology Inc., a leading manufacturer of embedded boards and industrial computers is proud to release its new OFP-W2700, a series of 27-inch open frame panel PCs suitable for both indoor and semi-outdoor environments. It has IP65 front panel protection, splash-resistant front bezel and can be easily integrated into a custom enclosure, supporting both portrait and landscape display modes in infotainment terminal and self-service kiosk applications in many different industries.

The OFP-W2700 series supports a 250/1000-nits brightness projected capacitive touch screen depending on the DC-input and AC-inlet, wide viewing angle of 178/178 degrees, 4GB system memory and 64GB SSD storage, and is also equipped with four USB, two COM and two RJ-45 LAN ports. It comes in three versions that mainly differ in the type of processor, display output and expansion slots. OFP-W2700-PCI86 features an 8th Gen Intel® i7-8665UE processor, DP and USB Type-C graphics ports, and two M.2 sockets (M2280, E2230); OFP-W2700PCV16 has an AMD Ryzen™ V1605B processor, two HDMI, two M.2 sockets, and a 1000-nits brightness display option; while OFP-W2700PCI50 is powered by an Intel® Atom® x7-E3950 CPU and has one HDMI and two mPCIe sockets.

OFP-W2700 SERIES FEATURES:

  • 27″ wide-screen open frame panel pc with excellent performance
  • 1920 x 1080 resolution and 250-nit & 1000-nit brightness
  • Projected capacitive touch
  • Supports both portrait and landscape display modes
  • Supports IR cut-off solution

The fanless OFP-W2700 series offers a remote power button function and a modular CPU box construction allowing flexible configuration and easy replacement. Measuring 660 x 421 x 98mm (W x H x D), the system can operate in an extended temperature range of -10°C to 50°C and wide voltage input. Both Windows 10 and Linux Kernel 4+ are supported.

For more information, please visit www.ibase.com.tw.

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