An industrial computer’s reliability is built upon many critical factors. One of the major challenges faced by manufacturers is providing a rugged fanless computer that meets the wide temperature tolerance demands of industrial grade applications. A fanless design is desirable because it reduces size, complexity, susceptibility to dust, and wear and tear.
Moxa has a long track record of investing heavily in research and development of the high quality materials, innovative technologies, and sophisticated manufacturing facilities that are required to make fanless industrial-grade computers work reliably at extreme temperature ranges from -40 to 75°C. By combining this expertise with a rigorous testing process, Moxa has become renowned for durable, reliable products.
Very cold temperatures can also be a serious problem for computers. Extreme cold can degrade the performance of onboard components in unpredictable ways, even causing system failure. To avoid these problems, Moxa’s innovative Intelligent Heating Solution (IHS) uses proportional heating control to deliver a variable amount of heat, rather than just switching heaters fully on or off. This ensures the system’s stability and reliability when warming up in an extremely cold environment. And, to ensure safety, IHS includes a design failsafe: a fuse prevents a heating system malfunction from causing a full system burnout. Moxa’s IHS is a safe and reliable way of keeping computing systems working stably in extremely low temperature environments.
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