Advantech has released a bigger and brighter TREK-756 anti-freeze vehicle mounted computer for cold-storage and warehousing applications. The 12.1", 400-nit TFT LCD touchscreen delivers 35% more area and 73% higher brightness than the TREK-755, for increased clarity and simplicity operation.
The TREK-756 features a heating mechanism inside a tough, dustproof, waterproof and fanless aluminum chassis, for dependable operation when moving between extreme environments at -30° C to 50° C.
The TREK-756 strengthens Advantech’s anti-freeze solutions for vehicle mounted computing. Advantech’s customers are always looking for bigger and brighter screens, and it is delighted to satisfy these desires, while building on the successful rock-solid RoHS design of the TREK-755.
In a cold-storage warehouse, vehicle mounted computers must be able to function reliably, when moving between the freezer and loading bay. To help fulfil this demand, the TREK-756 was designed for tolerance of extreme environments and enhanced reliability.
The aluminum enclosure, thermally efficient CPU and solid-state CompactFlash card enable moving parts to be removed and the chassis to be IP65/NEMA4 sealed for increased reliability.
Furthermore, the TREK-756 is endowed with an integrated heater that regulates the temperature to avert condensation for robust operation. The LCD brightness can be adjusted from 5% to 100% for operation under a variety of lighting scenarios, so the screen remains easy to read whatever the situation.
The TREK 756 is versatile, in addition to working normally in a wide range of temperature and lighting scenarios, TREK 756 can accept standard 24 V DC vehicle power inputs; 802.11a/b/g, GPS, GPRS and GSM wireless modules; Linux, Windows XP, CE .NET 4.2 and XP Embedded operating systems; and VESA arms or RAM mount kits. These comprehensive features facilitate easy integration with a variety of electrical, information technology and mechanical infrastructures.