Carlo Gavazzi announces 714-Series rugged air-cooled ATR enclosures for commercial and military aircraft
BROCKTON, Mass., 28 March 2007. Carlo Gavazzi Computing Solutions in Brockton, Mass., is announcing the 714-Series mil-spec rugged, air-cooled ATR enclosures for harsh environment air, land, and sea deployments.
BROCKTON, Mass., 28 March 2007. Carlo Gavazzi Computing Solutions in Brockton, Mass., is announcing the 714-Series mil-spec rugged, air-cooled ATR enclosures (related story) for harsh-environment air, land, and sea deployments.
The 714 Series features an adjustable card cage to position cards for either front panel card or backplane I/O.
Modeled after the design of modern commercial and military aircraft, the 714 Series's aluminum frame has solid rivet technology and is reinforced with aluminum outer panels to withstand severe shock and vibration.
The 714 Series comes in standard ARINC sizes ranging from 1/4 ATR to 1 1/2 ATR and its modular frame provides the flexibility to modify to any custom form factor.
The 714 Series provides a modular power supply, supporting AC- or DC-filtered inputs to military specifications. Designed to direct air over conventional air-cooled cards, the superior convection-cooling capabilities of the 714 Series address pressurized, evacuation, or push/pull application requirements.
In non-pressurized environments, the 714 Series's cooling scheme performs at altitudes as high as 50,000 feet. When partnered with Carlo Gavazzi's System Performance Monitoring technology, the 714 Series can be configured to activate internal heaters in cold start-ups or control the cooling fans to maintain optimal thermal conditions for the circuit card assemblies.
For more information contact Carlo Gavazzi online at www.gavazzi-computing.com.