3500/15 Modular Servers


Technical Parameters:

  • CPU with 7 communication ports and LCD display
  • Serial ports for master/slave or custom device connections
  • USB local I/O expansion, Ethernet remote I/O
  • Plenty of discrete and analog I/O modules, display on analog modules
  • Easy drive integration
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3500/15 Modular Servers

3500/15 enhances this functionality and does it all on a single client. Allows users to easily identify logical screen configurations, sessions running on each screen, screen resolution, and how they are displayed across sessions. Session to screen mapping can also be modified directly from the Thin Client itself. The Protector also allows a single screen to cycle through multiple HMI screens. The session running on each screen, the screen resolution, and how it is displayed across sessions. The session-to-screen mapping can also be modified directly from the Thin Client itself.

The 3500/15 module servers are equipped with 6th generation Intel Xeon and Intel Core i3 / i5 / i7 processors (codenamed Skylake). conga-TS170 module’s DDR4 memory delivers up to twice the system memory performance for data-intensive applications, while consuming 20 percent less power and requiring half the space, and the 3500/15 is expected to become the traditional memory for future applications. The 3500/15 is expected to be the legacy memory in future applications. Module variants also offer ECC memory protection, extending their use to data-critical server and gateway applications.

The 3500/15 module also offers faster processor speeds, a 60 per cent accelerated system bus and expanded Intel Smart Cache (up to 8 MB), as well as PCIe Gen 3.0 support for all PCIe lanes and the new Intel HD Graphics P530. Overall, users can expect to benefit from enhanced system performance and package density while reducing space and energy requirements. It can be found in industrial IoT and cloud servers with big data analytics, carrier-grade edge node servers, and networked Industry 4.0 automation servers hosting multiple virtual machines or media servers with multi-stream real-time video transcoding.