19IHAT-66EX Stainless Panel PC

R19IHAT-66EX

R19IHAT-66EX, both certified for use in hazardous environments where explosive gases may be present, specifically in Class 1 Division 2, Groups A-D (for example, acetylene, hydrogen, ethylene, and propane) classified areas. For European customers, the device meets requirements for ATEX Gas Zone 2 classified areas.

Winmate designed its line of stainless panel PCs in response to the need for panel PC equipment that could withstand environments where flammable substances may be present. With this need in mind, Winmate’s developed the 19in R19IHAT-66EX, both certified for use in hazardous environments where explosive gases may be present, specifically in Class 1 Division 2, Groups A-D (for instance, acetylene, hydrogen, ethylene, and propane) classified areas.

For European customers, the device meets requirements for ATEX Gas Zone 2 classified areas.

Features

  • Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D, T4. ATEX II 3 G Ex ic nA IIC T4 Gc (coming soon)
  • IP66 protection against dust and water, MIL-STD-810F certified
  • 19in sunlight viewable 1,000 nits LCD panel
  • Intel Core i5-4300U 1.9GHz (up to 2.9GHz) or Intel Core i7-4650U 1.7GHz (up to 3.3GHz)
  • Fanless design includes a built-in intelligent heater that boosts to -40° to 70°C for extreme conditions

The R19IHAT-66EX 19in panel PC offers dual certification, ensuring safe and reliable data collection and processing in hazardous locations. Processor options include a Core i5-4300U with 1.9GHz and turbo frequencies up to 2.9GHz, and the Core i7-4650U with 1.7GHz and a turbo speed up to 3.3GHz.

This IP66 version has special IEC Ex and ATEX certified explosive atmospheres cable glands. This model also includes a built-in intelligent heater that boosts the standard 14°F to 140°F (from -10°C to 60°C) operating temperature range to -40°F to 158°F (from -40°C to 70°C) for extreme conditions. These advanced certifications ensure the devices won’t produce heat or spark sufficient to ignite explosive atmospheres where gases may have accidentally entered the atmosphere.

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