What is the difference between normal pc and industrial pc?

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The environment in the industry is different than the room. The temperature, humidity, and everything are different than any office or home. The room temperature in our home or office generally hovers between 20 to 30 degrees Celsius. And, in industries, the temperature can be between -50 to +90 degrees Celsius. That’s the difference in just the working condition of both computers. Because of the working environment, the components are also different. Home or office pc can handle water or dust. But an industrial pc is built for such things. It is more rugged and reliable.

Also, it comes with protection from dust, water, and other things. So, that nothing can damage it and the plant will work smoothly. Because if the main industrial computer is shut down then the whole plant will be in shut down mode. And, the loss will be immense for the company.

Role of industrial computers in the industry

Computers have played a wide role in managing the plant overall. And, the uses of the industrial computer have been an added advantage of this. Now, with the help of these computers, one can easily track inventory, customer database, plant operation, robots, and other things. Before that, all these things have been done in files and people. Now, all the things are recorded in the database. Failure of any equipment is notified before the damage. Because of that maintenance cost have been reduced.  All the things help in running the plant or any industry smoothly. Before that, it was not that easy task like it is now.

Save money by investing a little amount

Yes, the industrial pc costs a lot more than a normal computer. But it is worth investing because it will reflect in increasing the revenue of the company. The first thing that productivity will be increased without even increasing manpower. Saving money by cutting the manpower. It will help the company to make more money.


David Cohen

Rachel Cohen: Rachel is a sustainability consultant who blogs about corporate social responsibility and sustainable business practices.

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