BPC-6171 15″ Industrial Panel PC with a Full-size or Half-size SBC

Equipped Gaming Embedded System
The 2901150 is a slim, compact, Industrial Grade Panel PC offering the flexibility to choose the Full Size PICMG 1.0 SBC or Half-size SBC that you require in your specification. The 2901150 provides convenient expandability through one 32-bit PCI slot and is an excellent solution for the embedded market such as digital signage, kiosks, POS, digital security, residential gateways, commercial and industrial control.nnWith its long term availability (5+ years from the date of inception), it is the perfect solution for all of your low-power industrial Panel PC requirements.

Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Power Consumption

Dependant on SBC chosen

Gigabit LAN Ports

Dependant on SBC chosen

Audio Chipset

Dependant on SBC chosen

Video Chipset

Dependant on SBC chosen

Memory Standard

Dependant on SBC chosen

Global P/N / SKU

2901150

Manufacturer

Boser

MFR P/N

BPC-6171

Chipset

Dependant on SBC chosen

Dimensions

W: 16.9" x D: 3.1" x H: 12.6" (430mm x 80mm x 321mm)

Construction

Aluminum Chassis

Luminance

250 cd/m (Typical)

BIOS

Dependant on SBC chosen

Product Features

Dimensions:W: 16.9 x D: 3.1 x L: 16.9 (430mm x 80mm x 321mm) Display:15" TFT LCD w/ Resistive TouchScreen Mainboard Support:Full-Size / Half-Size SBC Backplane Support:1U Riser Backplane (Butterfl

Serial (COM) Port

2 x Seriel Ports (usability may also depend on SBC chosen)

Ordering Options

2901150A: Same as 2901150B, but without Resistive Touch Screen 2901150B:15" Industrial Panel PC, with Resistive Touch Screen, NEMA 4, NEMA 12 Compatible, Supports Full or Half-size SBC with 2-Slot B

Discontinued

Yes

Camera

No

BPC-6171 15″ Industrial Panel PC with a Full-size or Half-size SBC

Equipped Gaming Embedded System

The 2901150 is a slim, compact, Industrial Grade Panel PC offering the flexibility to choose the Full Size PICMG 1.0 SBC or Half-size SBC that you require in your specification. The 2901150 provides convenient expandability through one 32-bit PCI slot and is an excellent solution for the embedded market such as digital signage, kiosks, POS, digital security, residential gateways, commercial and industrial control.nnWith its long term availability (5+ years from the date of inception), it is the perfect solution for all of your low-power industrial Panel PC requirements.

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Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Power Consumption

Dependant on SBC chosen

Gigabit LAN Ports

Dependant on SBC chosen

Audio Chipset

Dependant on SBC chosen

Video Chipset

Dependant on SBC chosen

Memory Standard

Dependant on SBC chosen

Global P/N / SKU

2901150

Manufacturer

Boser

MFR P/N

BPC-6171

Chipset

Dependant on SBC chosen

Dimensions

W: 16.9" x D: 3.1" x H: 12.6" (430mm x 80mm x 321mm)

Construction

Aluminum Chassis

Luminance

250 cd/m (Typical)

BIOS

Dependant on SBC chosen

Product Features

Dimensions:W: 16.9 x D: 3.1 x L: 16.9 (430mm x 80mm x 321mm) Display:15" TFT LCD w/ Resistive TouchScreen Mainboard Support:Full-Size / Half-Size SBC Backplane Support:1U Riser Backplane (Butterfl

Serial (COM) Port

2 x Seriel Ports (usability may also depend on SBC chosen)

Ordering Options

2901150A: Same as 2901150B, but without Resistive Touch Screen 2901150B:15" Industrial Panel PC, with Resistive Touch Screen, NEMA 4, NEMA 12 Compatible, Supports Full or Half-size SBC with 2-Slot B

Discontinued

Yes

Camera

No

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