Logic Supply releases new rugged industrial computer line

Sept. 20, 2019
The Karbon 700 series meets MIL-STD-810G standards.

The Karbon 700 industrial computer from Logic Supply meets MIL-STD-810G and EN50155 rolling stock standards, has 50 G vibration and shock protection, and meets automotive power immunity according to E-Mark requirements.

Configurable with a selection of 9th gen Intel processors, including the Core i7 or Xeon, additional capabilities include optional GPU, and a range of interface and control methods via an integrated CAN bus and customizable DIO. The system includes 6 PoE ports, wireless connectivity, VPU capabilities via Intel Movidius, and optional I/O.  

The K700-SE (above left) is the standard model. The K700-X2 model (above right) adds dual PCIe slots and support for a range of full-size dedicated GPUs. The Karbon 700 has an operating temperature range of -40° - 70°C, and a voltage input range of 9 – 48 VDC, with transient voltage suppression, over, under, and reverse-voltage, and over-current protections.


To Learn More:

Contact: Logic Supply
Headquarters: South Burlington, VT, USA
Product: Karbon 700 Industrial Computer
Key Features: Meets MIL-STD-810G and EN50155 standards, 50 G vibration and shock protection, 9th gen Intel processors, optional GPU integration.

What Logic Supply says: View more information on the K700-SE and K700-X2 industrial computers.

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