Rugged fanless computer for vetronics, ships, and submarines introduced by Trenton Systems

Posted by John Keller

GAINESVILLE, Ga., 16 Aug. 2013. Trenton Systems in Gainesville, Ga., is introducing the TFL2701 fanless computer for military applications that must operate in small areas on manned and unmanned aircraft, ground vehicles, surface ships and submarines. Civilian uses for the TFL2701 fanless computer include truck fleet management.

This fanless computer carries several certifications including MIL-STD-810G, DO-160F, and MIL-STD-461F. The TFL2701 has a choice of a Intel Core processor to ensure maximum multi-core processor performance.

Support for an optional AMD Radeon E6760 embedded GPU card is built into the system for video intensive and extended I/O applications.

Features include a COM Express architecture; support for 4th generation Intel Core processors. System I/O includes GPIO ports and a x16 PCI Express interface; AMD Radeon E6760 PCI Express board; as many as two SDD slots with RAID 0/1 support and 1 cFast slot; IP67 sealed watertight chassis constructed of aircraft-grade aluminum and using MIL-STD-38999 connectors; and 18 to 36 volts DC power input.

For more information contact Trenton Systems online at

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