Rugged 3U CompactPCI-based computer for avionics and vetronics introduced by Curtiss-Wright

The Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing Embedded Systems group in San Diego is introducing the MPMC-9320-x family of rugged, convection-cooled, half-ATR 3U CompactPCI embedded computing systems for space-constrained avionics, vetronics, and other harsh-environment aerospace and defense applications. The MPMC-9320 has a built-in power supply and single-board computers based on either PowerPC or Intel microprocessors. A 28-volt DC power supply, one Freescale-based DCP-124P single-board computer, three SPMC Serial PCI Mezzanine Cards, and one NAII 75C2 DIO card are standard. The MPMC-9320 does not require base-plate or forced-air cooling. Waste heat transfers between card edges and the side walls of the system enclosure. EMI filters and gaskets are included. It can survive in external air temperatures up to 55 degrees Celsius. Its rugged enclosure is designed to MIL-STD-810, MIL-STD-461, and MIL-STD-704.

FOR MORE INFORMATION visit Curtiss-Wright at www.cwcembedded.com.

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