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RUGGED EMBEDDED COMPUTER PROMISES LONG OPERATIONAL LIFE

31-01-2018
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Rugged embedded computer

New from Metromatics, the Crystal Group RE1012 rugged embedded computer features the latest commercial off-the-shelf technologies in a compact, rugged enclosure to provide robust computing power over a long operational life in the most extreme environments.

The compact RE1012 combines a six-core Intel Xeon D-1528 processor, up to 128Gbyte of ECC DDR4 RAM, two internal 2.5in SATA solid-state drive bays and one internal m.2 SSD bay, and flexible I/O in a rugged package weighing 3.4kg.

Its fanless design uses passively cooled heat-pipe technology and has no moving parts, reducing both noise and maintenance. The RE1012 can be panel or rack mounted and comes with a variety of power options for AC and DC inputs.

Surge protection is built in, and it is virtually maintenance free with top performance in harsh conditions including temperature extremes, high shock and vibration, and elements such as humidity, high altitudes, salt spray, and dust.

Metromatics
07 3868 4255
www.metromatics.com.au

 

 

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