Purge Systems and Controls 101

Purging is the process of supplying instrument-grade compressed air or inert gas into an enclosed piece of equipment, such as a computer, to reduce the level of hazardous gas inside the enclosure. Purge control systems use clean air to flush...

What are HMIs (Human-Machine Interfaces)?

In recent years, an increasing number of industrial and consumer products have been produced with internet connectivity capabilities. These products are operated using software called Human Machine Interface (HMI) programming. An HMI describes any type of software or device that...

Features of Military Computers and Displays

To best serve the US Military, Navy and Coast Guard, rugged military computers and monitors are engineered to withstand extremes of noise, shock, and vibrations and require low-power consumption to increase reliability without the use of an external cooling fan....

Features of Hazardous Computers for Chemical Industries

Hazardous PCs must be properly sealed and shielded to prevent anything from getting in or out and properly filter any air or other coolants required. This ensures that the hazardous workstations limit material interactions and work hard to prevent any...

Features of Industrial Computers for Manufacturing

Industrial computers commonly used in manufacturing facilities have unique design features that optimize space, power and workflow. Designed to control manufacturing equipment and systems, industrial PCs are built with few moving parts that withstand impact common in the manufacturing process....

Features of Food Processing and Pharmaceutical Computers

Hazardous computers and monitors feature an aseptic wash-down design with chemical-resistant safety glass to withstand corrosive chemicals and other substances used to thoroughly clean equipment. The large flat panel display can be easily seen in wide range of light conditions...

Features of Rugged PCs for Oil and Gas

Rugged computers used in the oil industry must operate efficiently despite the harsh environments on outdoor work sites. To operate outside, these rugged PCs feature shatterproof touch screens that are sunlight readable. They are waterproof to NEMA 4x/IP66 standards and...

Explaining Purge Controls (Type X, Type Y, Type Z)

Purge controls quickly and efficiently fill a space with compressed air or another inert gas so that hazardous or combustible compounds are quickly forced out and avoid danger. They can be manually or automatically turn on when the computer starts....

Features of Daisy’s KVM Extenders

Keyboard-Video-Mouse (KVM) Extenders support high video resolutions at long distances. KVM Extenders over CATx transmit signals over CAT 5, CAT5e and CAT6 cables up to 1,000 feet away. Using inexpensive CATx shielded and unshielded cables, these are ideal for high-density...