Rugged small-form-factor mission computer for vetronics, C4ISR, and payloads introduced by Acromag

Dec. 2, 2014
WIXOM, Mich., 2 Dec. 2014. Acromag in Wixom, Mich., is introducing the ARCX rugged small-form-factor mission computer for military and aerospace deployable applications like vetronics, C4ISR, payload management, and command and control.
WIXOM, Mich., 2 Dec. 2014. Acromag in Wixom, Mich., is introducing the ARCX rugged small-form-factor mission computer for military and aerospace deployable applications like vetronics, C4ISR, payload management, and command and control.

The ARCX embedded computer comes with PMC, XMC, mini PCI Express, mSATA module slots, optional front I/O panel, and secondary connectors. This mission computer was engineered rugged with size, weight, and power (SWaP) to address space requirements of vehicle electronics, company officials say.

The rugged computer is built to IP67, is tested to MIL-STD-810G for shock and vibration, and is available either as one PMC/XMC slot or double PMC/XMC slot.

The computer comes equipped with an Intel 4th generation Core i5/i7 CPU, built-in power supply and a power filter. A rugged design includes thick circuit boards and SODIMM hold-down mechanism and heat sink plus it is cableless and fanless.

For more information contact Acromag online at www.acromag.com.

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