VITA 75 Industrial-grade rugged computer for harsh environments introduced by MicroMax

NEW YORK – MicroMax Computer Intelligence in New York City is introducing two high-end, high performance industrial-grade rugged computer systems for use in harsh environments. Based on the VITA 75 standard, the M-Max 871 EP4/MMS and M-Max 771 PR7/MMS use the M-Max V75 chassis.

Apr 28th, 2017
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

NEW YORK – MicroMax Computer Intelligence in New York City is introducing two high-end, high performance industrial-grade rugged computer systems for use in harsh environments. Based on the VITA 75 standard, the M-Max 871 EP4/MMS and M-Max 771 PR7/MMS use the M-Max V75 chassis.

These rugged high performance industrial computers for tough environments comply with MIL-STD-810G and airborne MIL-STD-704F. Providing shock and vibration protection, the new systems can operate in temperatures from -40 to 65 degrees Celsius. Connectors meet IP67.

The M-Max 871 EP4/MMS is comparable to a high-end desktop. Configured with Intel Quad Core processors, it can house as much as 32 gigabytes of RAM and a storage device as large as 1 terabyte.

The M-Max 771 PR7/MMS includes 16 DIO lines. Options include sixteen 16-bit analog inputs, four 16-bit analog outputs and six additional digital I/O lines.

Each system is housed in a rugged and sealed MicroMax M-Max V75 chassis, which is designed according to the VITA 75 footprint. It was developed to build high performance PC/104 systems that offer high reliability by passively dissipating heat without moving parts.

The fanless chassis uses convection and conduction cooling, offers dust and moisture protection, and can withstand shocks as strong as 40 Gs and vibration to 2.5 Gs. The M-Max V75 chassis has an embedded power supply that complies with MIL-STD-704F.

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

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