In addition to the in-house designed power supply, updates to OnLogic’s rugged computer lineup include the latest Intel® 13th Gen Core™ processors and new connectivity options.
OnLogic has announced the release of the PS1000-1, the company’s first power supply designed specifically for use with OnLogic high-performance computers. The new 1000W power supply is engineered and tested for industrial computing applications and gives OnLogic hardware users even more flexibility when configuring their devices.
Further building upon the updates to their rugged computing line, OnLogic announced that their Karbon 800 Series of rugged computers is now available with Intel® 13th Gen Core™ processors. Meanwhile, the company’s Karbon 430 rugged computer will soon be configurable with additional LAN and COM connectivity. OnLogic will also soon add new Mitac, Cincoze, and Neousys systems to their rugged portfolio.
“We are bringing several exciting new additions to our Rugged Line, which will continue to enable the highest level of reliable computing for our customers, wherever they need to install highly capable hardware,” says David Zhu-Grant, Senior Product Manager at OnLogic. “This includes our first ever OnLogic-designed power supply. We know that advanced computing solutions require stable, reliable power, and the PS1000-1 checks a lot of boxes for our customers. OnLogic’s extensive industry testing will save users time and money by providing an industry-first, safety-certified 1000W AC/DC solution out of the box.”
The patent pending PS1000-1 has been engineered with the power delivery challenges of industrial computing applications in mind. Delivering up to 1000W of DC power at 48V, the PS1000-1 helps to take full advantage of today’s power-hungry GPUs and accelerators, particularly in AI, ML, and other advanced automation applications. Forced air cooling with ball-bearing fans assures all components remain cool even in conditions where shock and vibration may be present. The PS1000-1 has undergone extensive immunity testing and meets international EMC and safety requirements for IT equipment.
Key features of the PS1000-1
- Provides 100% rated power up to 50°C and derates linearly to 50% power at 70°C
- Plug and play with compatible OnLogic hardware
- Small footprint and multiple mounting options (DIN, wall, feet)
- Tested for Railway Immunity EN 50121-3-2, Medical Immunity 60601-1-2, and Maritime IEC 60945
- Meets requirements specific to EN 50155 and MIL-STD-810G up to 50G shock and 15 hours of random vibration 5 – 500 Hz at ~10 Grams
- UL Listed as a standalone power adapter and uses a standard appliance AC power cable
- Updates to OnLogic Rugged Computers
The Karbon 800 Series of rugged computers is engineered to help power machine learning, artificial intelligence, advanced manufacturing, and automation innovations. Each Karbon 800 model is now available with Intel® 13th Generation processing in a fanless or fanless hybrid chassis designed to be installed wherever it is needed.
The Karbon 430 Rugged Computer packs advanced IoT capabilities of Intel® Atom® x6000E processors into a low profile, highly customizable, rugged, fanless system built for the challenges of the IoT Edge. It will soon be available with optional Dual Port LAN expansion with an M.2 B key slot and SIM, a Single Port COM plus Single LAN port expansion, or a Dual Port COM expansion. The new options in the Karbon 430 are expected to launch in Q1 2024.
Several additional rugged systems are joining OnLogic’s rugged portfolio and will be available soon. These include the Cincoze DX-1200, DI-1100, M1101 Monitor Module, the P2202 ADL-P Panel Computer, the Neousys RGS-8805GC, and the Mitac MZ1 – 10ADP ADL-S. These new systems, which feature high-powered processors and a range of GPU and accelerator card options, will provide additional options to OnLogic customers looking to implement high computer-power AI solutions.