Rugged computer for ground, vehicle, shipboard, and aircraft uses introduced by Chassis Plans

SAN DIEGO – Chassis Plans LLC in San Diego is introducing the HPC M5U-22 rugged high-performance computer (HPC) for a wide range of ground, vehicle, shipboard, and aircraft installations.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

SAN DIEGO – Chassis Plans LLC in San Diego is introducing the HPC M5U-22 rugged high-performance computer (HPC) for a wide range of ground, vehicle, shipboard, and aircraft installations.

The HPC M5U-22 is based on a ruggedized 5U enclosure with operating specs that include altitudes to 12,000 feet, temperatures of 0 to 50 degrees Celsius, 5 to 95 percent noncondensing humidity, and resistance to vibration and shock. This system also offers a high-power redundant power supply and RAID options for additional hard drive redundancy.

The heart of this computer system is a long-life system board using the Intel Xeon scalable microprocessors. It also provides four 3.5-inch drive bays, a slim-slot fed optical drive, two USB 2.0 ports, as much as one terabyte of RAM, and ability to run Windows 10, Windows 7 Pro, and other 32- and 64-bit operating systems.

The CP SysCool thermal management system extends the life of the computing system, reduces power consumption, and lowers overall system noise levels. The system also can support as many as 4x NVIDIA Tesla graphics processing units in one package.

The Chassis Plans rackmount computer for vehicle uses comes with a removable back plate for a 12-volt power cord to run from the computer's power supply to a display or keyboard video monitor.

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

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