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* PC-based control systems are becoming increasingly common on the factory floor, but selecting the wrong industrial PC can lead to downtime, or even worse, lost production.
* Common challenges include:
-Embedded versus desktop operating system
* by understanding these issues, the user can select the best industrial PC to meet the needs of their specific application.
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