A New Generation of x86 Industrial Computers – Made to Last, Made for You

March 5, 2024

A New Generation of x86 Industrial Computers - Made to Last, Made for You

Your Trusted Computing Partners For Industrial Automation

Moxa introduces a new generation of BXP, DRP, and RKP series industrial computers that are specifically designed to facilitate rapid system development with reliable, adaptable, and cost-effective computing solutions. The industrial computers are based on a pre-formulated configure-to-order architecture, making it easy to meet various system development and integration requirements. Their wide-temperature design, coupled with fanless operation, ensures stable performance even in harsh environments. Furthermore, a 3-year warranty and 10-year product longevity underscores Moxa’s commitment to product quality.

A New Generation of x86 Industrial Computers - Made to Last, Made for You

Quickly Expand Your Business With Moxa’s Reliable and Adaptable x86 Industrial Computers

Key Features

  • Compact Size: easily fit in space-limited applications
  • Reliable Serial Communications: support higher band rate to ensure better data connectivity
  • Multiple OS Options: supports multiple Windows and Linux OSes
  • 3-Year Warranty: longer warranty to ensure product quality
  • 10-Year Longevity Commitment: sustainable supply chains to ensure long-term product support
  • Modular Design: shorter prototyping and customization process for faster time to market
  • Fanless Sign: robust thermal design for efficient heat dissipation
  • Wide Temperature Range: designed for operation in the -30 to 60C temperature range
A New Generation of x86 Industrial Computers - Made to Last, Made for You

Uncompromised Excellence With Moxa’s x86 Industrial Computers

Learn about the exciting new possibilities for your industrial applications. Join Moxa to unbox their latest x86 industrial computers in just a few minutes.

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