Electronic enclosure for military embedded computing with 12 3U OpenVPX slots introduced by Curtiss-Wright

LITTLETON, Mass., 20 May 2011. Curtiss-Wright Controls Electronic Systems in Littleton, Mass., is introducing the Hybricon RME9CC 12-slot 3U OpenVPX forced-air conduction-cooled electronics chassis for military embedded computing applications. The rackmount enclosure removes heat from as much as 75 Watts per slot, and accommodates 3U 1-inch-pitch circuit cards and rear transition modules, and comes with a high-speed switch fabric that moves data as fast as 6.25 gigabits per second.

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LITTLETON, Mass., 20 May 2011. Curtiss-Wright Controls Electronic Systems in Littleton, Mass., is introducing the Hybricon RME9CC 12-slot 3U OpenVPX forced-air conduction-cooled electronics rackmount chassis for military embedded computing applications.The rugged electronic enclosure removes heat from as much as 75 Watts per slot, and accommodates 3U 1-inch-pitch circuit cards and rear transition modules, and comes with a high-speed switch fabric that moves data as fast as 6.25 gigabits per second.The RME9CC enclosure and chassismeasures 18.96 inches wide, 15.69 inches high, and 19.53 inches deep, and its card cage is built from conduction-cooled extruded and machined aluminum. The rackmount exclosure meets ANSI/VITA 65 power and cooling requirements; maintains a temperature of 55 degrees Celsius at the card cage rails; and meets ANSI/VITA 46.0, VITA 46.3-VDSTU, VITA 46.4-VDSTU, VITA 46.6-VDSTU, VITA 46.7-VDSTU, ANSI/VITA 46.10, ANSI/VITA 48.0, ANSI/VITA 48.2 and ANSI/VITA 65 OpenVPX specifications.

The enclosure will be available this fall. for more information contact Curtiss-Wright Controls Electronic Systems online at www.cwcelectronicsystems.com.

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