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January 8, 2014
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noax Technologies AG has recently added a 19 inch screen model to its versatile compact series line of PCs. The larger dimensioned display allows for more convenient use of the C19 Industrial PC. Graphics, processes and operating buttons are more clearly displayed, allowing for increased productivity. The reliably tough construction of the noax compact series makes the new C19 Compact IPC a market leader when it comes to dependability, long service life and user friendliness.product2_IN

Because noax compact series Industrial PCs meet the most varied requirements, they are used in the most diverse environments: processing of metals and plastics forklifts for warehouse logistics, agriculture and forestry, mining and drilling, and in special machines for underground and tunnel construction. The C19 Compact IPC can control production processes, visualize processes, capture machine and operating data, or display work orders. This often requires information to be entered quickly by the user. By adding a 19 inch / 48.3 cm screen to the compact series, noax Technologies AG has allowed these processes to be performed easily.

In addition to traditional noax toughness, the C19 model also offers greater user friendliness for the operators. The larger screen allows the displayed information to be recognized faster. To be able to visualize important information in a production environment helps considerably to increase productivity and to accelerate processes. With its SXGA resolution (1280x1024) and the LED backlit TFT display, the new noax C19 Industrial PC can reliably complete each activity. The 19 inch diagonal high-resolution, extremely tough, analog resistive touchscreen allows the buttons or control panels to be displayed larger which makes data entry easier, even when the operator of the IPC is wearing gloves.

 noax Technologies AG | www.noax.com

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