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Teguar engineers explain the differences between Capacitive and Resistive touchscreens by competing in a game of tic-tac-toe.

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What is MIL-STD-810?

10/10/2019 3:25 PM

Military-Standard-810 is the Department of Defense Test Method Standard: Environmental Engineering Considerations and Laboratory Tests. It defines 29 test methods used to test the ruggedness of material.

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Teguar's CTO, Bryce Keeney, explains 5 key factors to consider when choosing a CPU for your industrial computer. 

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Securing your computers with TPM is the equivalent of having a physical security system. TPM chips guard your people and products. Most companies know and utilize these types of securities. TPM chips are a foundational component of computer hardware digital security and should be used wherever this is needed.

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Our computers are built to last, often for up to 10 years, but what exactly is it that makes them “build to last,” even in the toughest environments? In this blog, we explain what makes a computer “built to last.” 

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In applications where a computer or tablet is mounted to a vehicle, such as a forklift, tractor or truck, the computer must be able to connect to the vehicle’s battery power. There are a few different ways computers can meet this requirement.

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By the end of 2019, all nonexempt drivers will need to comply with the ELD mandate. Whether you’re new to ELDs or you are ready to upgrade your system, read about the mandate and devices available.

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In industrial settings, consumer grade tablets are destine for failure. Rugged tablets and industrial grade computers will provide reliable operation for years. Learn the five critical features of rugged tablets needed for success in industrial environments. 

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Medical grade computer monitors have key features that distinguish them from consumer grade monitors. Medical displays help keep patients safe and keep your workflow running smoothly. 

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The M12 and M8 connectors are the most common IO connectors used with waterproof computers. Waterproof connectors have many variables, which can be combined to create hundreds of different possibilities. This blog explains the key variables that you need to know, so you can choose the right connectors for your system. 

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Cory Hovanetz answers questions about sunlight readable displays, TFT LCDs, and optical bonding. Teguar offers computers with high-brightness displays, ideal for outdoor applications, vehicle computers and public kiosks. 

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Healthcare Collaboration

3/7/2019 10:35 AM

Taking new medical products to market requires collaboration among medical OEMs, healthcare professionals, software providers, and hardware providers. These collaborations brings challenges as well as exciting opportunities.

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This blog lists the pros and cons of Rugged Tablets, Rugged Laptops and Hybrid Solutions, the three most common mobile computing solutions for field service. Learn how to choose which type of mobile computing solution is best for your application.

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In this blog, take a look at some key recommendations from the healthcare industry cybersecurity task force and see how Teguar computers can help keep patients safe in healthcare IT interactions.

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Designing medical computers and tablets for an optimized user experience (UX) can improve the quality, efficiency, accessibility, and affordability of healthcare. Learn about computer hardware features that are improving the clinical experience for patients and healthcare providers alike.

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If a fanless computer is operating in an environment outside of its rated operating temperature range, the computer performance may be reduced, and the computer life may be shortened.  Intel CPUs have built in protection called thermal throttling to protect themselves from being damaged by excessive heat. 

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It’s that time of year when we take a look back at the tracks laid behind us before catching a breath for our next year-long stretch. There were industry trends of note in 2018, that we thought you might be interested to take a look at.

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Posted in 0 By Shira Sagal

Medically certified computer hardware allows healthcare providers to deliver higher quality care and minimize downtime and errors. 

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Do Waterproof PCs Work?

12/6/2018 3:19 PM

Waterproof is one of those terms that is thrown around loosely. It can refer to anything from a misty splash to a deep-sea dive. The question “do waterproof PCs work” is better answered by starting with answers to a few other questions.

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The current introduction of healthcare aps and personal healthcare monitoring devices, puts new potential in the hands of consumers. Healthcare sectors seem to be struggling with this disruption, as the power equation has shifted. 

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The development of telemedicine technology is enhancing the accessibility and quality of healthcare. Medical computers and tablets have unique features that make them ideal for telehealth.

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Ghost Touches

10/30/2018 9:50 AM

Radiation, electrical noise and damp environments can make your touchscreen devices register ghost touches. Learn what type of touchscreen you need if you are having this issue.

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Pros and cons of common types of memory used in industrial computers.

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Posted in 0 By Shira Sagal

There are two different implementations that are often considered for long term mission critical applications. One solution is an all-in-one touchscreen computer or panel PC.  The other option is a two-piece solution consisting of an industrial box PC and touchscreen display. 

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Posted in 0 By Shira Sagal