- 10.4" display with LED backlight, XGA resolution
- AMD Embedded G-Series
- Rugged aluminium enclosure
- Fanless and maintenance-free design
- Wireless communication 2G, 3G, 4G, WLAN, GNSS
- 24 to 110 VDC nom. (14.4 to 154 V) operation
- -30/40 to +70/85°C operating temperature, fanless
- EN 50155 (railways)
1.4 GHz Dual Core Processor, -40 to +70/85°C Operating
The DC15 panel PC is a rugged, fanless and maintenance-free human-machine interface (HMI) for interactive railway applications. It is available as a panel-mount or a top-mount version, is equipped with a 10.4" XGA TFT LCD display, and can be supplied either with 32 illuminated front keys, or optionally, with a projective capacitive touch screen.
The DC15 can also be provided with optical bonding to increase resistance to weather, and the display features high illumination intensity which ensures good readability, even when exposed to sunlight. It also features a buzzer for alarm purposes, as well as LEDs and a light sensor on the front panel.
The DC15 is controlled by an AMD Embedded G-Series T48N dual-core processor running at 1.4 GHz and comes with 2 GB DDR3 RAM, a microSD™ card slot and a 4 GB mSATA disk. Standard communication interfaces include two Fast Ethernet, one USB, one CAN, one audio, one GPIO, and one serial, which are all available on M12 connectors at the back of the panel PC. In addition, the DC15 features an M.2 and PCI Express® Mini Card interface, and external access to microSIM cards. 2G, 3G, 4G and GPS wireless communication is supported by SMA antenna interfaces and available via an optional PCI Express® Mini Card.
As an additional option, the DC15 offers Multifunction Vehicle Bus (MVB) support and can be equipped with an MVB PCI Express® Mini Card from Duagon.
The DC15 conforms to the UIC 612 standard. The display housing is extremely rugged and compliant with IP65. It is equipped with a power input interface and supports a 14.4 to 154 V ultra wide-range power supply, with interruption class S2, and is able to operate in a -40 to +70°C environment (+85°C for 10 minutes). All electronic components are soldered to withstand shock and vibration and prepared for conformal coating.