Rugged embedded computing chassis for vehicles, aircraft, and ships introduced by MicroMax

NEW YORK – MicroMax Computer Intelligence in New York is introducing rugged metalwork chassis for mission-critical embedded computing systems in ground vehicles, aircraft, surface ships, and rail applications.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

NEW YORK – MicroMax Computer Intelligence in New York is introducing rugged metalwork chassis for mission-critical embedded computing systems in ground vehicles, aircraft, surface ships, and rail applications.

These chassis can dissipate heat without any moving parts for housing systems with exceptional computational performance. The MicroMax-designed chassis also enables building systems with high ingress protection.

Each chassis can accommodate different form factors and a variety of connectors.

The M-Max ATR-compliant chassis provides extreme physical protection for high-performance systems. Typical systems housed in this ATR-compliant enclosure deliver IP66 dust and moisture protection, withstand shocks as strong as 10g and vibration as strong as 2g.

The sealed enclosure houses as many as eight PC/104 or similar-sized boards.

Our rugged VITA 75-compliant conduction-cooled enclosures of the M-Max V75 series provide reliable operation in tough environments including transportation, agriculture, mining, and processing. Typical systems housed in VITA 75-compliant enclosures deliver IP66 dust and moisture protection.

For more information contact MicroMax Computer Intelligence online at www.micromax.com.

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