Rugged Industrial Computer operates in harsh environments.
March 20, 2013 -
Featuring fully sealed and fanless ATR enclosure designed to house PC/104 form-factor boards, M-Max 810 PR/MS3 provides reliable operation in transportation, mining, and processing application environments. Aluminum chassis uses natural convection and conduction cooling in accordance with MIL-STD-810 standards. Along with 2D and 3D graphics capabilities, features include hardware video decoding, shock/vibration protection, and operation despite temperature extremes, dust, and humidity.
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Micromax Computer Intelligence, Inc
New York, NY, 10006
MicroMax Announces Newest Addition to the M-Max Family to be Exhibited at Embedded World 2013 in Nuremburg
New York – MicroMax announced today it is exhibiting its M-Max 810 PR/MS3, an ATR-based system for avionics, at Embedded World 2013 in Nuremberg.
Sam Abarbanel, President of MicroMax, stated “Our newest addition to the M-Max line of rugged computers demonstrates MicroMax’s excellence at building tough machines for harsh environments. Our unique fully sealed fanless ATR enclosure is especially designed to house PC/104 form-factor boards. We proudly demonstrate this system at Embedded World as yet another example of our quality engineering and manufacturing abilities.”
The M-Max 810 PR/MS3 high-performance rugged industrial computer provides reliable operation in tough environments including transportation (ground, rail, air and marine), mining and processing applications. The fully-ruggedized ATR-type aluminum chassis is fanless and uses natural convection and conduction cooling in accordance with MIL-STD-810 standards. COTS technology components allow configuring the M-Max 810 family to comply with a wide variety of airborne, marine and ground vehicle applications. Providing shock and vibration protection, the Max 810 PR/MS3 can operate under extreme temperatures, dust and humidity. Delivering excellent performance comparable to high-end desktop systems, it also features excellent 2D and 3D graphics capabilities as well as hardware video decoding.
To support using high performance processors when passive cooling and a small enclosure are mandatory, MicroMax developed technology to dissipate excessive heat from computer boards and other electronic devices working in high vibration environments. This patented design efficiently removes heat from electronic components housed on a circuit board vibroinsulated from an enclosure.
MicroMax, as a manufacturer of industrial computers, takes a customized approach to each client. Our engineering group can design M-Max systems to fit customer-specific technical requirements.
For more information, visit MicroMax’s website www.micromax.com or if you will be attending Embedded World in person, stop by Booth 1-509, Hall 1.
MicroMax Computer Intelligence was founded in New York, USA, in 1979. It specializes in designing and manufacturing of embedded solutions for harsh environments, systems development and distribution of industrial computing and communication products.
Contact: Audrey Weiner, VP Marketing