Modgraph unveils rugged Pentium computer

Modgraph Inc. of Woburn, Mass., is offering the Guardian portable PC that meets industry shock and vibration standards for rugged and industrial applications. The computer has a lightweight aluminum housing, shock-mounted display and drives, and sealed keyboard. Available are 10.4-inch color active matrix flat-panel displays with 640-by-480-pixel resolution, or lower-cost monochrome sunlight-readable flat panel displays. Guardian uses a passive backplane design with a single-board computer with

Modgraph Inc. of Woburn, Mass., is offering the Guardian portable PC that meets industry shock and vibration standards for rugged and industrial applications. The computer has a lightweight aluminum housing, shock-mounted display and drives, and sealed keyboard. Available are 10.4-inch color active matrix flat-panel displays with 640-by-480-pixel resolution, or lower-cost monochrome sunlight-readable flat panel displays. Guardian uses a passive backplane design with a single-board computer with Intel Pentium microprocessors as fast as 200 MHz. A 12/24/48-volt DC input power supply and battery back are options. For more information, phone Modgraph at 617-938-4488.

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