DIN Rail Mount Rugged Embedded Industrial Computer For Military Applications
The RE1112 compact embedded computer from Crystal Group is an all-aluminum-chassis unit intended for use in space-constrained deployments. The 10-inch by 8-inch computer weighs just eight pounds and can be ordered with various DIN rail mount options.
The ruggedized RE1112 offers one or two 2.5-inch non-removable solid-state drives (as large as 1 TB) and works on the i3 or i7 Intel core. To facilitate its use in rugged environments, the computer conforms to MIL-STD-810 operational temperature and MIL-STD-810 storage temperature requirements. Optional kits also allow the part to conform to IEC 6150-3 and IEE-1613 electromagnetic compatibility standards.
Because it is fan-less, the convection-cooled computer is suitable for high-reliability operation where moving parts would be inappropriate. The computer uses a 120 W, 18 to 36 VDC power supply and is compatible with Linux, VMWare, and Windows software.
Engineered for operation in extreme environments, Crystal Rugged Embedded Computer Systems endure shock, vibration, and thermal better than competing technologies - and they're easily configurable with a variety of options.
This line of embedded products features powerful Intel processors in mini-ITX or 3.5 form factors providing leading edge performance in compact feature rich packages.
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