RUGGED EMBEDDED COMPUTER FOR USE IN EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS

09-05-2019

Crystal Group, US-based designer and manufacturer of rugged computer hardware, is expanding its product line with its RE1529 rugged embedded computer.

The RE1529, available in Australia through Metromatics, is virtually maintenance free and has been designed and tested for top performance in applications where size and weight are severely limited, and equipment is subject to harsh conditions including temperature extremes, high humidity, high altitudes, vibration and shock, and dust.

It is feature rich, configurable and reliable, and is engineered with the latest commercial off-the-shelf technologies, including Intel chipsets and processors, and stabilised in a compact, rugged enclosure to provide robust computing power over a long operational life even in the most extreme environments.

From the ground up, it has been designed to meet or exceed all military requirements. It provides server-class performance in a compact, embedded footprint, coupling a sixteen-core Intel Xeon D processor, up to 128GB of ECC DDR4 RAM in a fully customisable, scalable system to meet current and future requirements, nine internal 7/9mm SATA solid-state drive bays and flexible I/O accommodating customers’ specific I/O and third-party card requirements.

It comes in a rugged but lightweight case made from carbon fibre composites and billet milled, strain-hardened aluminium, measuring 15 x 39 x 24cm and weighing 3.4kg.

Metromatics
07 3868 4255
www.metromatics.com.au

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