noax Industrial PCs: Reliable from -22° to 131° Fahrenheit

noax industrial PCs (IPCs) reliably operate in temperatures between -22° F and 131° F. This is ideal for companies that have to safely run applications in extreme temperatures.

noax offers Extended Temperature Range option
noax offers Extended Temperature Range option

Cold storage order picking, by a blast furnace, and traceability in a smoking chamber – most computers fail when under these types of demanding conditions. Yet, numerous industries depend on to supports these rigorous operating conditions. For these applications, offers extended temperature range for your noax PCs. The extended temperature range guarantees reliable operation between a

-22°F and 131°F temperature range.

Reliable data processing despite extreme conditions

noax industrial PCs rely on components that have been engineered specifically to withstand extreme environments. Hard drives and SSDs are included among these industrial-grade components. noax IPCs equipped with extended temperature range power on immediately even in severe temperatures because they do not require external heating or cooling. The microcontroller unit monitors temperatures inside the to protect it from drastic ambient temperatures.

The user-friendly nSMART software displays the temperatures and allows users to configure settings to meet their requirements. Thanks to the noax proprietary mainboard design, the components installed in noax industrial PCs align perfectly for optimum compatibility. This guarantees reliable operation in any environment.

At noax, every industrial PC undergoes a thorough inspection process which includes a 48 hour burn-in test. The noax industrial PCs fitted with extended temperature range go through additional testing in a climate cabinet. The ability to extend the temperature range offers greater operational safety and dependability. noax customers can trust that they are receiving an industrial PC that is suitable for the toughest operating conditions.

For more information go to www.noax.com.