Milford, MA (PRWEB) November 12, 2015
Comark, a leading manufacturer of industrial computer hardware, will be exhibiting at the 2015 SouthPack Expo on November 18th-19th at the Orlando County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. The SouthPack Expo is part of 7 manufacturing industry vertical shows including packaging, medical device technology, automation, aerospace, plastics, design and quality. The SouthPack Expo focuses on showcasing products and innovations directly related to the packaging industry.
Located in Booth #933, Comark will be exhibiting industrial computer and display systems that are the latest offerings of the Nematron product lines. On display will be the newly released nPC20, which is a compact, UL-approved node PC offering fanless Intel® Quad Core processing and flexible mounting options including DIN Rail. Also on display will be the M1500SRT sunlight readable display which offers an auto or manual adjustable 15.0” high bright display and a 55°C operating temperature rating for use in Class I, Div 2 environments.
Comark will have its EnduraTouch line of industrial computers on display at the expo. Developed for environments with high moisture content, the EnduraTouch is an all-in-one, NEMA 4X enclosed PC with analog touch screens and an array I/O for networking and data display.
For more information, please visit the Comark website at http://www.comarkcorp.com.
Comark, a leading manufacturer of industrial computers, NEMA 4X enclosures, LCD systems, flat panel displays, thin client solutions, and high speed distributed I/O platforms for over 41 years. As an ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company, Comark LLC is a global provider to Fortune 1000 companies in the industrial automation, military, building automation and self-service automation markets.
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