Monday, February 2, 2015

Wonderware InTouch Panel PCs require only your hands to replace all key components

Schneider Electric has released a new product series of Wonderware Industrial Computers, InTouch Panel PC Compact, Standard and Premium.
The new Wonderware® InTouch® Panel PC provides users the freedom and power to use a PC-based Wonderware InTouch with applications that previously used closed, proprietary terminals.
Each Panel PC comes pre-loaded and pre-tested, providing you a complete integrated hardware and software solution. A fully modular construction makes modifying and servicing our new family of Panel PCs a real breeze.

Maintenance is so easy that it can be conducted by personnel with limited technical knowledge and experience. This enables high productivity with the least amount of downtime and disruption along with the reduction of spare parts inventory. This means less capital invested, easier maintenance and higher availability and uptime.
From our low cost Compact HMIs for OEMs, to our Standard and Premium flagship models for maximum computing power, this new series offers a host of additional features. With expandable hard drives and embedded disaster recovery with bundled Acronis True Image, Wonderware InTouch Panel PCs are ready-to-go to meet your needs today and as you grow.
Key benefits of the latest release:

  • Modular design with tool-less component removal for increases efficiency.
  • Dedicated disaster recovery drive with bundled Acronis True Image for and reduced downtime
  • No moving parts throughout the entire product range: Solid State Drives and fan-less cooling are standard and  provides better performance and reliability
  • Advance-Exchange program to help you keep spare inventory costs down
  • Integrated hardware, software and services combine world-class hardware, best-of-breed Wonderware software and one simplified order that enables a consistent plant intelligence software solution

Register now to have a representative contact you or to download a free evaluation copy of InTouch Machine Edition.

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