17″ SXGA TFT Flat Bezel Touch Panel Computer with Intel® Celeron® Processor J1900 (-10°C to +50°C)
17" SXGA TFT flat resistive touch
Fanless and modularized design
Intel® Bay Trail-D Celeron® processor J1900
2.5" 7/9.5 mm SATA HDD & CFast™ or mSATA
WLAN/3G module & antenna (optional)
2 GbE LAN, 2 USB 2.0, 2 USB 3.0 and 2 COM
IP65 front bezel
Supports panel mount and optional VESA arm/desktop stand/ wall mount
-10°C to +50°C wide operating temperature range
The GOT3177T-834 adopts a 17-inch SXGA LCD and supports Intel® Bay Trail-D
processor. By supporting a wide range operating temperature from -10°C to +50°C, it
can be used in harsh environment. The rugged industrial panel PC supports low power
Intel® Celeron® processor J1900. It also provides 2 PCI Express Mini Card slots for 3G,
wireless network connectivity. The 17” flat front bezel touch panel computer is suitable
for transportation, heavy-duty industry, smart factory automation, and oil pipe monitoring
Wide Temperature Range Support
The Intel® Bay Trail-based GOT3177T-834 applies unique extended temperature
technology with wide temperature range support as we as fanless operation. It also has
a compact design for harsh environment.
WALN Antenna Support (optional)
The 17” SXGA IP65 industrial panel PC, GOT3177T-834, provides 2 PCI Express Mini Card
slots and WLAN/3G antennas for wireless network connectivity.
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