Portable rugged computers for military, industrial, and commercial uses introduced by Chassis Plans

SAN DIEGO – Chassis Plans LLC in San Diego is introducing the MTP Rugged Portable family of computers for use in challenging military, industrial, and commercial applications.

Jan 5th, 2018
Portable rugged computers for military, industrial, and commercial uses introduced by Chassis Plans
Portable rugged computers for military, industrial, and commercial uses introduced by Chassis Plans
SAN DIEGO – Chassis Plans LLC in San Diego is introducing the MTP Rugged Portable family of rugged computers for use in challenging military, industrial, and commercial applications.

This system is configurable and customizable, and offers a variety of motherboards, processors, expansion slots, I/O, network communications, and power.

The MTP ruggedized trifold computer offers three 18.5-inch (1920 x 1080) resolution LCD displays in a small form factor rugged-portable configuration. The total viewing area of all three displays together is 5,760 by 1,080 pixels.

It includes support for Intel Core and Xeon CPUs with as much as 32 gigabytes of ECC system memory. Motherboard options include a COM Express embedded main board as a sealed conduction-cooled unit, or a more traditional ATX motherboard with larger expansion capabilities.

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System expansion includes two MINI-PCI Express 3.0 slot, one and two PCI Express 3.0 slots, and eight XMC expansion slots. Four removable 2/5-inch drive bays provide for JBOD or RAID hard drive array configurations that can support solid-state drive and rotating hard drives.

The portable comes with a detachable IP67 sealed USB backlit keyboard and touch input device.

This computer family measures 13.2 by 11.2 by 18.5 inches, and can be configured to run off global 85-265-volt, 45-65 Hz, or 28-volt DC power. It also includes four mil-spec connectors for external inputs like USBs, external hard drives, and keyboards.

The computer operates in temperatures from -20 to 70 degrees Celsius, in zero to 95 percent humidity, at altitudes to 10,000 feet, and meets MIL-STD-810 for shock and vibration.

For more information contact Chassis Plans online at www.chassis-plans.com.

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