Industrial grade and with high processing capability the new KISS rackmount systems are designed for use in industrial applications
requiring high computing power and data availability, e.g. high-end image processing and SCADA/MES applications.
The new KISS rackmount systems are ideally suited even for complex computing tasks as ‘Artificial Intelligence’
(AI) and machine learning requiring the processing and analyzing of huge amounts of data. Efficient thermal
concepts, maintenance-free and customizable designs, high performance computing and graphics power enable 24/7
operation and long-term deployment. A high degree of customization is facilitated through features like
removable drives, various expansion cards and the availability of various heights 1U, 2U as well as 4U. Short
versions offer maximum of processing power and flexibility for limited spaces.
The new KISS series is available as rackmount, tower or desktop version. The common denominator of this series
is an industrial grade design for demanding environments that is robust, reliable and sustainable, as well as
maximum performance up to the 8th Generation Intel® CoreTM i7/i5/i3 or Dual Intel®Xeon® processors and low noise
design below 35 dBA. The modular system concept enables simple and quick adaptation to the customer application.
filter mats or hard disk drives in the removable tray can be replaced without tools. The industrial PCs are
Microsoft Azure certified and optionally offer TSN functionality. In addition, the series offers long-term
availability of 5 years and longer.
Industrial Rackmount PC for demanding applications
The KISS product family meets the high requirements in extreme environments: Thanks to the effective cooling
concept, the rackmount systems can operate in a temperature range from 0 °C to plus 50 °C during continuous
operation. The storage elements can even withstand temperatures from minus 20 °C to plus 70 °C. Even a humidity
of 10 to 93 percent does not affect function.
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) is over 50,000 hours, which
corresponds to almost six years of continuous operation.