Rugged electronic enclosures for MicroTCA embedded computing introduced by LCR Electronics

NORRISTOWN, Pa., 17 Dec. 2009. LCR Electronics Inc. in Norristown, Pa., is introducing rugged electronic enclosures for MicroTCA-based embedded computing for military, industrial, and commercial applications. Each chassis is configured to ARINC 404A, and can accommodate a backplane as large as 10-slots.

Posted by John Keller

NORRISTOWN, Pa., 17 Dec. 2009. LCR Electronics Inc. in Norristown, Pa., is introducing rugged electronic enclosures for MicroTCA-based embedded computing for military, industrial, and commercial applications. Each rackmount chassis is configured to ARINC 404A, and can accommodate a backplane as large as 10-slots.

Each rugged enclosure is air-cooled or conduction-cooled, and comes in standard and custom sizes. These rugged chassis operate in temperatures from -40 to 85 degrees Celsius, and store at temperatures from -55 to 95 C.

The ATR chassis have machined box construction that meet military specifications for vibration, acceleration, shock, humidity, and salt fog. For more information contact LCR Electronics online at www.lcr-inc.com.

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