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Ultra compact Industrial PC with RAID system

08 February 2010

The C6930 control cabinet PC from Beckhoff combines everything a cutting-edge Industrial PC requires in a compact aluminum housing: a 3½-inch Beckhoff Motherboard designed for Intel Core Duo or Core 2 Duo, a wide range of PC interfaces, up to three Ethernet ports, e.g. for EtherCAT-based controllers and optional fieldbus interfaces for conventional bus systems.

Ultra compact Industrial PC with RAID system
Ultra compact Industrial PC with RAID system

The C6930 offers high data security through an integrated RAID system for mirroring hard disks.

The C69xx control cabinet PC series includes four devices with compact designs, ranging from the C6915 mini PC with Intel Atom CPU to the compact C6930 IPC with impressively small dimensions. The compact Industrial PC is designed for control cabinet installation and features a 3½-inch Beckhoff Motherboard for Intel Core Duo or Core 2 Duo. Cooling fins behind the right-hand side panel enable fanless operation of the PC at temperatures up to 55 °C.

The C6930 has an on-board SATA RAID controller for mirroring two hard disks. It can be used for convenient configuration of RAID applications supported by TwinCAT automation software. A flash disk can be integrated in the form of a Compact Flash card (CF) or a solid-state disk (SSD). The result is high data security that can be enhanced further through optional UPS functionality.
The C6930 features two free plug connector panels for additional interfaces installed ex works such as RS232, sound and two additional USB ports.

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