Modular Panel PCs separated the all-in-one Panel PC becomes two individual modules which are LCD touch screen and embedded PC, and the proprietary detachable plug-in expansion slot integrated two modules become one complete unit. The advantage of this modular design provides the flexible platforms, easy maintenance and future upgrade.
Quad PCIe Expansion Slots - Modular Design
15" to 23.8" modular panel PCs powered by Pentium G5400 3.1GHz Dual-Core processor. It features an IP66 rated flat front panel, P-Cap multi-touch screen monitor, 4 x hot-swappable HDD bays, 4 x PCIe slots, dual M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD slots, and a 250W ATX power supply. Option for Core i3/i5/i7 CPU, 350W power supply, and Windows 10 OS.
REFERENCES Modular Panel PCs with Pentium G5400T Dual-Core Processor and Quad PCIe Expansion Slots The PCQ10XXX are modular panel PCs featuring quad PCIe expansion slots and an IP66 rated flat front panel. The displays are available in various screen sizes ranging from 15" to 23.8" and come with a PCAP touch with 10-point multi-touch and an anti-glare coating for outdoor applications. The system is powered by the Intel® Pentium G5400 Dual-Core 3.1GHz processor with the Q370 chipset. Option for Core i3-8100T, i5-8500T, or i7-8700T CPU is available. The storage includes 4 x hot-swappable HDD bays and 2 x M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD slots for high-speed PCIe 3.0 by 4 signals. The HDD comes with a security key lock for system security and LED indicators for drive activity. PCQ10XXX also features quad PCIe 3.0 low profile expansion slots that support AI accelerator cards (FPGA / VPU / GPU). The compact 2U system is compatible with standard server rack cabinets and provides a rich I/O interface, which includes 1 x HDMI output, 2 x GbE LAN ports, 6 x USB 3.2 ports, 2 x RS-232 COM ports, 1 x microphone-in, 1 x line-out port, 1 x AT/ATX switch, and 1 x reset button. With a reliable system and flexible configurations, the PCQ10XXX are AI-ready panel PCs fit for a wide range of industries
What is a PCIe Expansion Slot? PCI Express (PCIe) is a standard interface that connects peripheral components or add-on cards to the motherboard. PCIe can also be described as a standard for connecting devices to computers. The internal structural design of PCIe is a lot like a local area network in that each link goes a central hub in the computer that performs network-like switching. When the PCIe card is installed, a connection or link is formed between the PCIe device and the system. The link is constructed around a bi-directional serial point-to-point connection called a “lane”. A link can use more than one lane at a time by all links compliant with the PCIe specification, but must minimally support single-lane connections, known as “x1” links. For greater potential bandwidth, PCIe devices and systems have the option to support links using multiple simultaneous lanes. The size of a PCIe card is determined by the number of lanes. There are four sizes: x1, x4, x8, and x16. The number "x" refers to how many lanes there are in a PCIe slot. For example, a PCIe x 16 means that the card slot has 16 lanes. PCIe slots can be used to add GPU cards, RAID cards, Wi-Fi cards, and SSD cards.