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The versatile Raspberry Pi is adapted for industrial use

23 August 2017

Saelig introduces ComfilePi - an industrial Raspberry Pi-based touch-panel PC that leverages the compact, ubiquitous Raspberry Pi 3 board.

The ComfilePi inherits the Raspberry Pi 3’s 1.2GHz 64 bit quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 processor, a Broadcom VideoCore IV GPU, and 1GB of RAM. It comes in two screen sizes - 7” (CPi-A070WR) and 10.2” (CPi-A102WR) both providing identical capabilities.

The displays are 24-bit colour LCDs with a resistive touchscreen and the units provide 22 x ESD-protected GPIO lines, 3 x USB 2.0 host ports, 1 x RJ-45 Ethernet port, 1 x I2C port, and 2 x RS-232C ports. It also features stereo audio output as well as a piezo buzzer. Wi-Fi is also possible using an external USB dongle. Powered by 12-24VDC input, the ComfilePi’s primary storage is a microSD card.

The CPi-A070WR and CPi-A102WR are housed in flame-retardant ABS enclosures with an IP65 water resistant front panel, and offer an operating temperature range of 0°C to 70°C.

The ComfilePi can be programmed in almost any language, including C, C++, Java, JavaFX, Javascript, python, C#, vb.net, and even emerging languages such as Rust, D, and Nim, as well as .Net Core 2.0 applications. Due to the built-in Broadcomm VideoCore IV GPU, the ComfilePi can even render real-time 3D graphics.

Made in South Korea by Comfile Technology, an innovative HMI controller manufacturer, ComfilePi products are available now from Saelig Co. Inc., Comfile’s only authorised North American technical distributor. 

Order online here.


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