An industrial embedded computer, unlike your typical desktop computer, is designed specifically to be used in harsh environments, meaning it must be able to operate across a wide temperature range, withstand higher levels of shock and vibration, and so on. To accommodate this, you will most often see components soldered directly onto a pc board as opposed to sitting in sockets. In some cases, the industrial embedded computer is rack-mounted or resides inside a self-contained box for added protection. It may also offer different degrees of redundancy, including its power supplies.
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