ADL Embedded Solutions has launched its ultra-compact ADLEPC-1500 Embedded PC, which the company claims is “the industry’s smallest Intel-based embedded device ever released”.
At 3.4” x 3.2”, the ADLEPC-1500 is a “full-feature embedded PC” targeted at unmanned, industrial controls, robotics, traffic management and surveillance market, says the company.
ADL adds that the device’s wide voltage and temperature range make it “ideal” for a variety of applications and environments.
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Company says will make production sites integrated and intelligent
Omron is planning to release its new Industrial PC (IPC) platform in August. The company says the system will “innovate manufacturing through IoT utilization and high-speed, high-precision automation”.
The IPC is a PC architecture-based platform that meets strict quality standards required for factory automation devices and can be supplied stably on a long-term basis.
Omron assists manufacturers to make production equipment smarter by utilizing IoT and big data through the IPC.
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The Yaskawa MH280 II, which can be operated through Windows CE
One of the world’s largest robot manufacturers, Yaskawa, is moving to make its machines more PC-compatible
Yaskawa Motoman has launched a new robot for machine tending applications, and it’s fully compatible with PC operating systems.
The company says the robot’s heavy-payload of the new MH280 II robot makes it “ideal” for machine tending, which is one of the most common robotics applications today.
With its increased payload, moment and inertia ratings, the new model can also be used in material handling and press tending applications, from boring to milling to grinding.
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