Old Industrial Computer

From The Munich Maker Lab's Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Old Industrial Computer

Release status: experimental [box doku]

Description An old industrial computer. What should we do with it?

We've recently gotten an old industrial computer, an IPC32/19 by SSV Software Systems. Ours seems to have been used for some kind of valve control. Anyway, it's a cool looking thing with a bunch of buttons and a big display. Any ideas what we could do with it?

Specs

(taken from http://embedded-computing.com/products/id/?9029)

  • A PC/104-based mini flat panel PC with 1/4 VGA display
  • 5.7-inch 1/4 VGA display
  • 320 x 240 resolution
  • Monochrome LCD or color display
  • Front panel keyboard with 34 keys
  • 16-bit PC/104 connector
  • Available with AMD5 x 86/133, AMD486/66, and INTEL386 processors
  • Up to 32 Mbytes of RAM
  • Up to 4 Mbytes of onboard Flash
  • IDE interface for HDD/FDD
  • COM1
  • COM2
  • LPT
  • Keyboard connector
  • Watchdog
  • Open frame version, unit dimensions: 213mm x 128mm
  • 5 VDC power, with 110-230 VAC or 12-24(48)VDC power supply
  • Optional extended temperature range of ?20?C to +70?C for monochrome version only

Ours specifically

  • Seems to have 486
  • Ethernet port? (unsure if it works)
  • 2.5" HDD

Links

  • Linux on 486 [1]