- CE/FCC Class B
Class B devices, which are suitable for use anywhere (including the home), must pass more stringent tests than Class A. EUDA has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Class B indicates that the device's radio frequency (RF) emissions are very low so that they do not interfere with other devices. Class B products are intended for use in residential/domestic environments but may be used in non-residential/non-domestic environments as well.
IP Code, Ingress Protection Rating, classifies the degrees of protection provided against the intrusion of solid objects , dust, accidental contact, and water in electrical enclosures.
First Digit - IP6x
The first digit indicates the level of protection that the enclosure provides against access to hazardous parts (e.g., electrical conductors, moving parts) and the ingress of solid foreign objects.
Level 6 dust tight No ingress of dust; complete protection against contact
Second Digit - IPx5
Protection of the equipment inside the enclosure against harmful ingress of water.
Level 5 water jets Water projected by a nozzle against
enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful effects.
- Vibration & Shock
The vibration tests simulate the products experiencing vibrations during transportation, installation, and usage environments. The purpose is to verify the products' ability to withstand such vibration and any potential damages which might come up during these conditions.
- 1.0G Random Operation
- 5~500Hz, X,Y.Z 3-axis, 30 min/axis
- 15G peak acceleration (11ms duration) / total 18 shocks
By leveraging Intel® low power technology, EUDA series makes the depth of industrial panel solution within 68mm. Both slim and rugged panel solution must be the first choice of the limited installation or maintenance space.
60 ~ 68mm in thickness
4.8 ~ 8.3Kg
Shock & Vibration resistance
- Space Saving
Well-fitted for factory machine cutout
Why EUDA designs in aluminum for front frame?
In terms of “green” design, Aluminum is 100% recyclable with no downgrading of its qualities. The re-melting of aluminum requires little energy, only about 5 percent of the energy required to produce the primary metal initially is needed in the recycling process. Aluminum is a very light metal with a specific weight of 2.7 g/cm3, about a third that of steel. Aluminum naturally generates a protective oxide coating and is highly corrosion resistant. It is particularly useful for applications where protection and conservation are required. Aluminum is an excellent heat and electricity conductor and in relation to its weight is almost twice as good a conductor as copper.
Comparison of Aluminum, Molded Plastic and Steel Property Aluminum Molded Plastic Steel Strength to
Very Good Moderate Good Corrosion
Very Good Very Good Poor Coating for
Very Good Poor Very Good Combustibility Noncombustible Emission of toxic
fumes may occur
when exposed to
- Not only Fanless, but also Fan-free.
No more worry about
- Excessive power consumption
- Reliability of fans.
- Noise, dirt, aging and less effective of fans
- Disaster of fan failure due to wear of bearings, dirt deposition or clog on the blades may result in system overheating.
The MTBF of fans will never be constraint to your Panel PC system!
- Thermal Simulation & Test
- Excessive temperatures can result in performance loss and, ultimately, component failures. For embedded systems that require high availability and longevity, this can be disastrous. Consequently, cooling has become an important design consideration. Where designers choose to place components, airflow vents, pressurization, and heat sinks has a measurable effect on thermal management.
- To help improve the design’s overall reliability and avoid costly redesigns, thermal management must be validated early in the design process so that any problems can be addressed before the hardware is built.
- Thermal simulation can be helpful in designing an optimal chassis cooling system. The ability to create a model environment that predicts airflow, temperature, and heat transfer and validates the thermal design can shorten design time significantly.
The Resistive Technology is applied on two layers with overlaying a hard-coated ITO on a conductive clear glass. These two layers are held apart by spacers (dots). When the flexible layer is touched and contacts the other layer that is set on the stable glass, the voltage is detected and measured from same voltage applied as an electrical field. The controller uses voltage measured from along the X-Y axis to calculate the position of the touch.
5-wire Resistive type touch screens are generally more durable than 4-wire Resistive type. This type of screen is recommended for demanding industrial controls, building and restaurant systems, and other workplace applications.The advantages of 5-wire Resistive are
- High touch resolution.
- Pressure sensitive, works with any stylus.
- Not affected by dirt, dust, water, or light.
- More durable then 4-wire Resistive.
- More cost-effective than any other types of touch screens.
Resistive (5-wire) Capacitive (Projected) Infra-red (IR) Input Fingernail, Gloved hand,
Accuracy Drift +/- 0.5% +/- 1.0% +/- 2.0% Cost-effective ★★ ★ ★ Advantages Ease of integration,
Best response time
Higher reporting rate
Ease of integration,
Higher transmission rate
Most Applied Size 12" ~ 19" Max.~21",
mostly < 10 "
> 20" Major Applications Industrial Automation,
Ticket Machine, POS