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MPC-2070 Series

7-inch industrial fanless panel computers

MPC-2070 Series


The MPC-2070 7-inch panel computers with Intel® Atom™ processor E3800 series deliver a reliable and durable platform of wide versatility for use in industrial environments. With two software selectable RS-232/422/485 serial ports and two gigabit Ethernet LAN ports, the MPC-2070 panel computers support a wide variety of serial interfaces as well as high-speed IT communications, all with native network redundancy.

The MPC-2070 series panel computers are designed with a wide, -40 to 70°C temperature range, and come with a fanless, streamlined enclosure designed for highly efficient heat dissipation, making this one of the most reliable industrial platforms available for harsh, hot, outdoor environments like oil and gas fields, or drilling platforms. The MPC-2070 also features a 1000-nit LCD panel offering a sunlight-readable, projected-capacitive, glove-friendly, multi-touch screen, providing an excellent user experience for applications outdoors.

Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT

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The MPC-2070 series is Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT. It can leverage the Microsoft reference configuration and has been tested to work with Microsoft Azure IOT services for your industrial IoT applications. For more information on the Azure Certified for IOT program, visit

A complete list of Moxa’s Azure Certified for IoT products is available at


Features and Benefits

  • 7-inch panel computer
  • Intel® Atom™ Processor E3826 1.46GHz
  • -40 to 70°C wide-temperature design, no fan/no heater
  • 1000-nit sunlight-readable LCD
  • Glove-friendly and multi-touch screen
  • Class 1 Division 2*, ATEX Zone 2*, and IECEx* certified>
  • Wide range 9 to 36 VDC power input36 VDC power input
* Certification is underway, check product's specs for the most up-to-date certification status

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