Axiomtek launches interactive touch panel
Axiomtek has introduced its latest 15-inch industrial touch panel PC with rich expansions, the P1157E-500, according to a press release. This touch panel computer adopts a 15-inch XGA TFT LCD display, featuring an IP65-rated front bezel and 5-wire resistive touchscreen with 250 nits brightness – for use in multimedia kiosks or as a human machine interface in factory automation applications.
The P1157E-500 has scalable CPU options with the 7th generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3, Celeron and Pentium processors in an LGA1151 socket with an Intel H110 chipset. This industrial touch panel system supports dual DDR4-2133 Long-DIMM sockets with up to 32 GB memory.
"The IP65-rated P1157E-500 features one PCIe x4 slot or one PCI slot for flexible integration of a variety of add-on cards. It also comes with built-in speakers for multimedia applications, and an optional Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n module and WLAN antenna for wireless connectivity," Raymond Liao, a product manager of product PM division at Axiomtek, said in the press release. "Moreover, users only need to remove four screws to open the back cover for quick assembly."
I/O interfaces include three RS-232 ports, one RS-232/422/485 port, four USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, two Gigabit ethernet ports (built-in Intel i211AT ethernet controller), one audio (Mic-in/Line-out), one VGA, one HDMI and one DisplayPort. For extensive storage options, the 15-inch Intel Kaby Lake-based touch panel PC supports one 2.5-inc/3.5-inch SATA HDD or two 2.5-inch SATA HDD upon request.
The P1157E-500 has five OSD membrane keys on the front panel to provide an easier way to adjust the display, volume and brightness. Front-facing LED indicators are available for monitoring of hard drive and display status. To ensure this 15-inch Intel Core-based touch panel PC can be integrated into different settings, it can be installed by rack mount, VESA arm or wall mounting. It also supports the Windows 10, Windows 8.1 and Windows 7.
Axiomtek's P1157E-500 will be available this September.
Originally posted on Kiosk Marketplace.