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EZAutomation launches EZTouchscreen CE Computer

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Windows CE based computers are increasingly finding their way in the industrial automation world due to the fact that they do not need a hard disk and yet provide the benefits of the Windows world like Internet Browsers, etc. The EZTouchscreen CE Computer from EZAutomation is a 333 MHz CE Computer housed in the EZTouch housing. It comes in 8 models including a 6” White on Blue display that enables a full fledged CE Touch Computer.

Key features:


  • AMD Alchemy 333 MHz 32Bit Processor
  • 32MB Flash and 64MB RAM built-in
  • Compact Flash slot
  • One 10/100 Base-T Ethernet port
  • USB Host port
  • 2 Serial ports, one RS232, second RS232/422/485
  • 4 wire Analogue resistive touch screen
  • 24 VDC, 0.5 Amp for up to 10” models
  • Network card option for future expansion
  • Mechanical/hardware interface to build EZPLC and EZI/O in the same housing, for future release.
  • Choice of 8 displays


  • Windows CE.net 4.2 Core preloaded in standard model with Compact Framework
  • Windows CE.net 4.2 Professional Plus preloaded in Enhanced model, with Internet Explorer and Viewer software
  • SDK for Software Development

Where does it make sense?

If you like to write or use your own HMI/SCADA/Control software to use on a standard Windows CE hardware, EZTouchScreen CE Computer is an ideal platform to consider. It has been designed to work reliably in an industrial plant versus just office environments. It has low power consumption so that no fans or large heat sinks are required to maintain acceptable operating temperatures. This EZTouchScreen CE Computer will work from -10°C to 60°C for most models.

The Windows CE OS needs only 16-20 MB of memory as compared to 100+ MB for Windows XP or even XP embedded. Therefore, you can enjoy the benefits of the world of Windows without the use of moving media like a hard disc.

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