We’re preparing to launch our new ML600 Series of fanless industrial PCs in the coming weeks, and today we’re happy to unveil full specifications for each of the three models in the series. The ML600G-10, ML600G-30 and ML600G-50 will all feature our most advanced fanless chassis design to date, as well as a unique compliment of industrial I/O and a variety of versatile processor options.
To see what each model in the ML600 Series has to offer, click here to view the spec sheet. If you have questions or would like to discuss a project involving the ML600, be sure to contact us at +1 802 861 2300 (+31 85 2733760 in the EU) or email email@example.com.
Last week the team from ABC 22 and Fox 44 news stopped by Logic Supply to talk with us about being a growing, global computer hardware manufacturer and the role our systems play in everything from coal mining to space exploration. Check out the video below or click here to read the text version.
Logic Supply CEO Roland Groeneveld and I recently returned from Taipei, Taiwan after attending COMPUTEX 2015. Since its inception in the early 1980s, the annual international information technology show has grown into the premiere event for technology companies of every kind to display and discover the latest innovations in every conceivable facet of both consumer and commercial electronics.
COMPUTEX provides a rare opportunity for us to meet hardware vendors face to face and get a sneak peek at upcoming products. This year’s show featured nearly 2,000 exhibitors so it would be impossible to detail everything we saw, but let’s look at a few of the standout themes and exhibits. Continue Reading
Our ML100G-10 recently spent some time in the Silent PC Review testing lab being put through its paces for everything from processor performance to wireless speeds. While both Anandtech and Ars Technica had plenty of good things to say about the Broadwell variant in our ML100 Series (the ML100G-30), Silent PC Review are the first to weigh in on our new dual NIC NUC, which also serves as the platform for our new ThinManager® Ready TM100. The team at SPCR came away impressed with the ML100G-10’s thermal performance and extremely efficient power usage, providing comparisons of how the system stacks up against similar hardware they’ve tested. Read the full review here.
“With such an extensive heat dissipation area outside the case, CPU cooling is a complete non-issue. Even when stressed far beyond the limit of normal operation using Prime95 and FurMark, the average core temperature stabilizes at 45°C at room temperature, so the processor runs at optimal speed with no risk of throttling.”
“It’s particularly suited to harsh environments given its heavy duty construction and lack of moving parts and vents. It could easily operate in dirty and dusty locales or even in a vehicle traversing rough terrain.”
Modern computing systems connect in an almost incomprehensible number of ways. When we talk about network connections, many of the options are familiar. However, when we talk about connections between the computing system and the machines that run a factory or manufacturing floor, the specifics can be far more confusing. When systems that weren’t necessarily designed to interact are suddenly asked to communicate effectively, it can be a challenge to identify the best way to ensure everything is speaking the same language.
The emergence of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has put a new focus on connectivity and one re-emerging technology, DIO, has become an increasingly popular option for many industrial PC users. But what exactly is DIO, how is it currently being used and how might it be employed in future innovations? Continue Reading