Rackmount computers for signals intelligence and radar data monitoring introduced by Trenton

GAINESVILLE, Ga., 26 Nov. 2013. Trenton Systems in Gainesville, Ga., is introducing the TMS4703 and TMS4705 rugged military rackmount computers designed to MIL-STD-810G and MIL-STD-461F for telemetry, command & control, unmanned vehicles control, military telecommunications, radar monitoring, signals intelligence (SIGINT), and surveillance systems.

The rear panel design offers sealed MIL-DTL-38999 and MIL-STD-1553 connectors. Trenton’s TMS4703 system architecture options include Made in USA, one or two single board computers with one or two backplanes that deliver long-life single or two-in-one system functionality designed for secure, network-isolated military computing applications.

TMS4705 configuration offers a choice of embedded motherboard options. Both systems deliver the system performance, configuration stability and longevity needed to support long project life cycles and extended military computing field deployments.

The TMS4703 accommodates a dual or single-processor single-board computer with one 14-slot or two shoebox form factor backplanes. It accepts as many as 10 PCI Express with a combination of x16, x8 and x4 PCI Express 1.1/2.0/3.0 electrical interfaces. The computer can accommodate as many as 10 hard disk drives or solid-state drives (2 internal and 8 front access).

The 4U 19-inch rackmount chassis is coated per MIL-DTL-5541. It can accommodate one or two independent, 90-to-264-volt AC or 18-36-volt DC power supplies. It has rear I/O of customer-driven arrangement of MIL-DTL-38999 and MIL-STD-1553 sealed connectors.

The TMS4705 accommodates dual or single-processor embedded motherboard (uATX, ATX or EATX), supports as many as six PCI Express with a combination of x16, x8 and x4 PCI Express 1.1/2.0/3.0 electrical interfaces, and as many as 10 hard drives or solid-state drives (2 internal and 8 front access).

For more information contact Trenton Systems online at www.trentonsystems.com.

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