The Definition of Wide Temperature

Back to Glossary

What are Wide Temperature Computers?

Wide Temperature Computers are computers with embedded systems that are able to withstand extreme temperatures that is demanded by industries to utilize them in various fields. The phrase “Wide Temperature” was classified by the Association Connecting Electronics Industries, better known as IPC, as a standard for computers and its components that can withstand the extreme temperatures between -13°F and 158°F while operating normally.

Uses for Wide Temperature Computers

Simple examples of wide temperature standard embedded computers include, but do not limit to, traffic lights’ control modules, electrical power grid switch gear systems, smart parking meters, and much more. 


Whether you are looking for a fan-less PC for your media player, or an industrial solution for your POS system, we're here to help.