- 19 inch panel computer
- Color calibrated for ECDIS compliant
- Fanless system design with FloTHERM SavvyTouch Controls
- 3rd Generation Intel Core to Celeron processor (Celeron 1047UE, 1.40 GHz, and Intel Core i7 3517UE 1.7 GHz)
- Built-in NMEA0183 and 3-in-1 software selectable RS-232/422/485 interfaces
- Multi-power supplies (AC & DC)
Moxa's MPC-2190 panel computers feature an Intel 3rd generation processor matched to 4 GB of system memory, delivering a reliable, high performance platform of wide versatility for use in industrial marine environments. With its two RS-232/422/485 serial ports, four NMEA 0183 ports, and two Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports, the MPC-2190 panel computer supports a wide variety of serial and marine-specific interfaces as well as high speed IT communications, all with native network redundancy.
MPC-2190 series comes with a range of standard display enhancements useful in industrial environments (including full range dimming, wide viewing angles, and optional optical bonding), as well as a few innovations especially deployed for maritime environments: user-friendly OSD controls, called SavvyTouch, featuring a proximity sensor for convenient adjustment in dark situations, immediate BIOS-level reports on hardware status (useful for determining why a machine will not boot up), and a quick-switch ECDIS button (for color-calibrated ECDIS models only) that allows instant brightness adjustments to any of the three pre-set calibrations dictated by the ECDIS standard. In addition to all of this, the MPC-2190 series features a modular design that makes device integration into either new or existing industrial systems much simpler, reducing deployment costs and overall time-to-market.
Moxa MPC-2190 panel computers are compliant with several industrial marine standards, including IEC 60945, IEC 61162, IEC 61174, DNV, and IACS E10, verifying their resilience for maritime operations. The IP54 (front panel) and IP22 (rear panel) rated unibody shell provides strong additional protection against the harsh conditions found in marine environments.