New compact robust computers from OnLogic for IoT and Edge Computing in any environment

OnLogic (, a global manufacturer of industrial and robust computer hardware solutions, announces the availability of the new computers in the Karbon 400 series. The two new fanless rugged computers are based on Intel® Atom® x6000E Series processors, formerly known as “Elkhart Lake”. The Karbon 400 series are highly customizable, fanless computers. Specially designed for industry 4.0, edge computing and industrial IoT applications.

“In our tests, these latest generation Intel processors give our Karbon 400 series twice the performance of the previous generation,” said Maxx Garrison, OnLogic Rugged Line Product Manager. “Customers have two options – the compact, cost-effective Karbon 410 with standard IO and expandability, and the Karbon 430 with additional expandability for complex IoT applications. Every project is different, so we’ve planned ahead by making the Karbon 400 ready for 5G integration , when this is a more common option. We also made sure the systems are ready for various AI accelerators. These are becoming increasingly valuable in machine learning applications.”

Carbon 400 series details

The Karbon 400 series has two models. Karbon 410 and Karbon 430 can be configured with Dual-Core Intel Atom X6211E or Quad-Core Intel Atom X6425E CPU. This showed a doubling in performance under our benchmarks. Built-in modularity allows users to choose the connectivity and capabilities they need for their specific application. Karbon 400 is designed to function in the most challenging environments.

Features and specifications include:

• Dual-Core Atom x6211E or Quad-Core Atom x6425E CPU
• Up to 32 GB DDR4 3200 memory
• 2 USB 3.2 & 2 USB 2.0 ports
• 2 LAN with optional PoE+
• DisplayPort
• External SIM slot
• Available 4G LTE
• Optional features:
o 2 COM

The Karbon 430 has two additional M.2 2280 expansion slots for additional storage, wireless connectivity or I/O. The Karbon 430 also has an additional SIM card slot for mobile connectivity with multiple providers.

Tested for use in industrial, medical and marine applications

In addition to an NRTL safety list and CB scheme, the Karbon 400 series has also been tested for EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) according to EN 60601-1 medical, EN 50121 railway, EN 55032/35, E-mark for automotive and EN 60945 maritime standards. The Karbon 400 series is designed for reliability from the ground up, with 15kV ESD protection, 30A/m magnetic immunity and RF immunity up to 30V/m. The systems have also passed tests for IEC and MIL-STD-810 shock and vibration standards.

“We put the Karbon 400 through some of the most extreme EMC tests and it performed excellently every step of the way,” said Rodney Hill, OnLogic Senior Regulatory Compliance & Customized Solutions Engineer. “This specific test series was put together based on the extreme installation locations and project requirements that modern IoT projects require of the hardware. The average computer is simply not made for these kinds of environments, which is what makes the Karbon 400 so special.”

Configure and order online

The Karbon 410 and Karbon 430 are now available to configure and order through the OnLogic website or to configure with the solution specialists. Call 088 – 5200 700 or via e-mail:

About OnLogic: OnLogic is a leading industrial computer manufacturer that develops highly configurable and solution-oriented computers for reliability in the IoT and at the edge. OnLogic’s systems operate in the world’s most challenging environments and help customers around the world solve their complex technology challenges; regardless of the industry they are in. OnLogic was founded in 2003 as “Logic Supply” and has offices in the Netherlands, USA, Taiwan and Malaysia. OnLogic has helped more than 70,000 customers worldwide turn their ideas into reality with computers that are designed to survive, custom built and delivered within days. Discover more at or on YouTube at

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