July 12, 2023

ICP Electronics Australia is proud to introduce iEi’s PPC2-CW19-ADL. In the realm of heavy industrial usage, high-performance computing is a critical requirement. Responding to this need, IEI Integration Corp has launched the PPC2-CW19-ADL, an 18.5″ high-performance Panel PC embedded with the 12th Gen Intel® Core™ i9/i7/i5/i3 and Pentium® processors.

The PPC2-CW19-ADL is a state-of-the-art solution designed for heavy-duty industrial applications, especially those that necessitate advanced computing power. It is equipped with a 12th Gen Intel Core processor, which supports up to 64GB DDR4 memory, Intel® UHD Graphics, and an expandable PCIe Gen4 x16 slot. This configuration guarantees the PPC2-CW19-ADL’s ability to perform high-speed, real-time edge computing, making it ideal for IoT workload consolidation and AI inferencing.

Significantly, this panel PC has an IP65 projected capacitive touchscreen with anti-glare and anti-UV coating, designed to be operational even with gloved or wet hands. This ensures seamless usability in a wide range of industrial environments.

The PPC2-CW19-ADL also boasts a new graphical BIOS interface and an innovative panel mount kit, offering flexibility in installation. With a wide operating temperature range from -10°C to 60°C, along with shock and vibration resistance, it delivers robust performance in harsh, remote, and dynamic conditions. Its built-in power supply with AC input ensures energy efficiency across diverse applications like edge AI and industrial automation.


Lastly, the PPC2-CW19-ADL provides robust cybersecurity features with Intel® Platform Trust Technology, enabling password protection and device authentication. All these powerful features combined make the PPC2-CW19-ADL a reliable companion for heavy industrial applications.



  • 12th Gen Intel® Processors Platform
  • PCIe Gen4 x16 slot (x16 signal)
  • Anti-glare and Anti-UV PCAP
  • Support Gloved and Wet Hand Operation
  • Newly Designed Panel Mount Kit
  • New Graphical BIOS Interface

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