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noax Technologies, Charlotte, N.C., enables customers the ability to use their industrial PC in temperatures down to -22°F thanks to an upgraded industrial computer.
Using state-of-the-art technology, this computer is said to operate in a range of frosty environments, including indoor/outdoor manufacturing, food processing and cold storage.
These industrial computers feature components developed specifically for use in extreme sub-zero temperatures. For example, an automotive hard drive acts as a storage medium for use in this temperature range and the IPCs are available with an SSD.
Plus, these PCs are immediately fully functional, saving users time and money. They are completely sealed with IP65 (NEMA 4) and IP69k (NEMA 6) protection ratings, and can withstand powerful jolts and shocks.
At the end of the manufacturing process, every sub-zero noax IPC goes through a testing and qualification phase in a controlled -22°F cabinet.
Additional parts, such as backlit LED displays, combat extreme temperatures while providing full brightness from the start.
noax Technologies Corp.