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The Wall-to-Keyboard Troubleshooting Guide

The Wall-to-Keyboard Troubleshooting Guide

Support at Logic Supply is all about partnering with our customers to find a lasting solution to any hardware-related issue that may come up. Like us, many of our customers are innovators in their field, so finding new ways to use technology, or combine existing technologies, is part of the day-to-day for all of us. […]

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Back in Business: How to Enable Auto Power-On

Back in Business: How to Enable Auto Power-On

At Logic Supply we produce high-quality, ruggedized, fanless and ventless PC solutions designed to reduce failure points and ensure minimal downtime for our clients. Reliable power is something that many industrial computer users face on a daily basis, and some of our computers even feature in-system Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) to avoid data loss and the […]

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How to Setup Digital I/O Modules

How to Setup Digital I/O Modules

In response to conversations we’ve had with industrial automation pros, Logic Supply has begun carrying a selection of RS485-connected Modbus-compatible data acquisition and digital I/O modules for monitoring and automation. Data Acquisition Modules can be used in a wide range of applications and this guide is intended as a quick primer to installation and setup. […]

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DIO Overview: The Ins and Outs of Digital Interfacing

DIO Overview: The Ins and Outs of Digital Interfacing

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 […]

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How Does a Fanless PC Stay Cool?

How Does a Fanless PC Stay Cool?

Compared to a traditional fanned PC, especially small form factor fanned PCs, a fanless computer doesn’t necessarily always look dramatically different. Nevertheless, there are several subtle things going on that prevent these quiet, unassuming pieces of hardware from burning up. Fanless computers often cool based on the principle of conduction – that is, something hot dissipating heat […]

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