Cooling fans are one of the main culprits behind computer failure and can be detrimental to internal components by sucking up dirt into them. Fanless designs keep industrial computers cool using passive heat transfer through their chassis.
Premio’s fanless computers in Deerfield Beach, Florida are built to withstand shock and vibration, meeting MIL-STD 810 specifications for rigorous tests. Plus, these computers come with wide temperature tolerance.
Fanless PC’s utilize solid state technology that makes them more robust than standard computers. They can withstand tough environments such as factory floors, outdoor kiosks and equipment enclosures and moving vehicles without fail. Furthermore, industrial PC’s using an Intel core processor consume less power compared to consumer PCs, making them an eco-friendly option.
Fanless systems are also dust free, eliminating one of the primary causes of computer failures in traditional setups: dust accumulation around fans can attract dust particles that clog up systems or cause them to shut down completely – an hour of downtime could cost businesses up to $300,000. An industrial PC without fans runs reliably regardless of its environment.
2. Low Power Consumption
Industrial fanless PCs are specially engineered to operate without fans. To achieve this goal, manufacturers must carefully engineer each machine so that heat dissipation takes place effectively without being restricted by an annoying fan.
Fanless PCs can operate reliably even in environments that could damage regular PCs, including dust, humidity and wide temperature variations. Fanless PCs can withstand these factors for reliable performance in any setting.
Furthermore, they can work for extended periods in one environment without needing maintenance because fans are no longer necessary for cooling them down. Furthermore, they are better able to tolerate voltage fluctuations that would normally damage computers since they do not connect to devices that might create backwards voltage spikes.
3. Extremely Durable
Many industrial environments can be extremely dusty, which means fan-cooled PCs will draw dust into their CPU and overheat over time, leading to costly system downtime and lost production. By contrast, an industrial fanless computer uses passive cooling systems instead – no fans or dust filters need be clogged!
Fanless industrial PCs feature stainless-steel chassis which makes cleaning them with chemicals easier, making them an excellent solution for applications involving food processing or other liquid contamination such as chemical cleaning services. Furthermore, such PCs can withstand being washed down with liquid detergents to keep contaminants away and ensure you continue your job without worry of liquid damage to a standard consumer grade PC.
Premio’s industrial fanless computers are also constructed to withstand high levels of shock and vibration – tested up to 50G shock and 5GRMS vibration levels – providing peace of mind when deployed into any environment. You can be certain it will continue functioning reliably!
Industrial fanless PCs are designed to stay cool without using fans or vents in their case, keeping dust-free environments. This helps prevent clogging or other forms of damage which might otherwise arise with fanged PCs.
Passive cooling relies on the thermal characteristics of the computer itself and metal fins to dissipate heat efficiently and silently – ideal for offices, hospitals and other noise sensitive environments.
As fanless computers produce less heat, their footprint is smaller, making them ideal for tight spaces like kiosks or manufacturing equipment. Their solid state design also increases reliability while decreasing vibration-related component damages.
5. Wide Temperature Range
An increased temperature can be hazardous to computer systems. When they are under load, much of their energy is turned into heat which can quickly lead to overheating of critical components and shut-down of the machine altogether.
Fanless industrial computers address this problem by eliminating fans in favour of passive cooling methods. As such, these computers can be used effectively even in environments with temperatures that fluctuate rapidly from scorching summer days to subfreezing temperatures during snow storms.
Because these computers do not feature fans, they are less susceptible to failure from dust or other debris that would dislodge one and cause internal damage – increasing mean time between failures and reducing maintenance costs.