Everest S9000 terminal handles harsh
environments, meets hygienic standards
Feb 22, 2011 7:00 AM
Glacier Computer has released the Everest S9000 stainless steel rugged computer terminal. The Everest S9000 is designed for users who require a stainless steel, IP65/NEMA 4 sealed unit to meet the hygienic standards in food processing, healthcare, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries. The S9000 is also suitable for conditions that require a water-resistant terminal such as outdoor kiosks, clean rooms, and some marine applications.
“We designed the Everest S9000 for a valued customer in food processing who needed a rugged computer terminal that could withstand caustic daily wash-downs and consistently perform to the same standard as the Everest series models they were currently using,” said Dan Poisson, director of engineering for Glacier. “The S9000 stainless steel terminal provides a smooth casing with a flush-mount resistive touch panel and sealed IO connectors making it virtually waterproof.”
The Everest S9000 uses the INTEL Atom N270 1.6-GHz processor with a 2.5" SATA HDD, Internal 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual internal antennas, 12" and 15" displays and will offer optional mounting systems, external power supply, and power adaptor. Glacier has expanded the current Everest Series models E5000, E4000, and E2000. The S9000 will run Windows XP and Windows 7 operating systems.
Glacier develops versatile industrial computing systems for harsh environments, and its markets include warehousing, field service, medical, and government. For more information, visit www.glaciercomputer.com or contact the company at 603-882-1560 ext 219.
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