Rugged computer for military shipboard, vetronics, and avionics applications introduced by Crystal Group

HIAWATHA, Iowa, 23 Feb. 2010. Crystal Group Inc. in Hiawatha, Iowa, is introducing the TCM2 tactical computing module for military shipboard computing, aircraft avionics applications, and land-based embedded computing.

Feb 23rd, 2010

Posted by John Keller

HIAWATHA, Iowa, 23 Feb. 2010. Crystal Group Inc. in Hiawatha, Iowa, is introducing the TCM2 tactical computing module for military shipboard computing, aircraft avionics applications, and land-based embedded computing.

The TCM2 rugged computer operates in temperatures from -40 to 65 degrees Celsius and in random vibration of 7.18 GRMS. The harsh-environmentcomputing module runs on a standard 10-36 volts DC power supply, which enables it to run on conventional vehicle power.

The TCM2 can also be configured with as many as eight additional 2.5-inch rotational or solid-state hard drives with the addition of a bolt-on expansion base. The module also comes with MIL-C-26482 military circular connectors.

The TCM2 military computer comes with MIL-STD-461E filtering, and runs on a dual-core 2.53 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo microprocessor, as much as 8 gigabytes of RAM, low profile PCI Express expansion capabilities, and rugged data storage of two 2.5-inch rotational or solid-state hard drives.

For more information contact Crystal Group online at www.crystalrugged.com.

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