new M-Max 771 PR7/MMS M-Max 771 PR7/MMS Rugged Industrial Computer with Data Acquisition Rugged industrial computer with data acquisition features for tough environments. The M-Max 771 PR7/MMS enclosure is designed according to the VITA 75 footprint and can be mounted on different vehicle types. Lightweight compact sealed case with patented fanless heat dissipation resists contamination and humidity. Providing shock and vibration protection, the M-Max 771 PR7/MMS can operate under extreme temperatures (-40 to +65 °C). The embedded power supply complies with MIL-STD-704F specification. Standard configuration includes 16 DIO lines. Optionally includes sixteen 16-bit analog inputs, four 16-bit analog outputs and six additional digital I/O lines. 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. new M-Max 871 EP4/MMS M-Max 871 EP4/MMS High performance Rugged Industrial Computer Rugged high performance computer for tough environments. The M-Max 871 EP4/MMS enclosure is designed according to the VITA 75 footprint and can be mounted on different vehicle types. Lightweight compact sealed case with patented fanless heat dissipation resists contamination and humidity. Providing shock and vibration protection, the M-Max 871 EP4/MMS can operate under extreme temperatures (-40 to +65 °C). Computing power is in the high-end desktop class. The embedded power supply complies with MIL-STD-704F specification. 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.
new M-Max 720 PR7 M-Max 720 PR7 High performance Rugged Computer for Mission-Critical Applications The M-Max 720 PR7 is a high performance battery powered rugged computer system for mission-critical applications. The system is designed to operate in extremely harsh environments and is equipped with: GPS module, 900 MHz Radio modem, 48x Isolated Digital I/O interfaces, four functional LEDs, expanded set of RS-232/485, USB 2.0, VGA and Gigabit Ethernet ports. The computer is based on the ultra-low power 1.46GHz Intel Atom Dual Core E3826 CPU. The system is designed to operate as a standalone computer or together with the M-Max B00 external Rugged Battery unit. The system is built with a 24/28V DC electrical power system with a wide input voltage range from 12V DC to 30V DC. It is resistant to high voltages, spikes, and surges. The system’s LiFePO4-batteries based UPS provides 10 hours of backup power and supports an online connection to an external Rugged Battery unit. The system provides a smooth switch from the internal to the external battery and back when the power is not provided. One external battery unit provides additional 10 hours of operation for the system. MicroMax, as a manufacturer of highly rugged industrial computers, takes a customized approach to each client and can provide even a single system for development and production. new M-Max V75 chassis M-Max V75 chassis Rugged VITA 75-compliant conduction-cooled enclosure The M-Max V75 chassis, designed according to the VITA 75 footprint, is a fully sealed rugged enclosure with passive cooling, providing reliable operation in tough environments including transportation (ground, rail, air and marine), agriculture, mining and processing. The machine-worked aluminum chassis is especially designed for the most challenging environments. Providing excellent shock and vibration protection, the completely fanless chassis uses natural convection and conduction cooling. Typical systems housed in this VITA 75-compliant enclosure deliver IP66 dust and moisture protection, withstand shocks up to 40g and vibration up to 2.5g. The fully sealed enclosure houses up to two PC/104 or similar-sized boards. The configurable front panel can be outfitted with variety of customer-defined connectors. The M-Max V75 chassis is tested and guaranteed over temperature range of −40 to +65°C. The embedded power supply complies with MIL-STD-704F specification. MicroMax, as a manufacturer of ruggedized industrial computers, takes a customized approach to each client. Our engineering group can design M-Max systems to fit customer-specific technical
new M-Max V75 Short chassis M-Max V75 Short chassis Rugged VITA 75 conduction-cooled enclosure The M-Max V75 Short chassis is a fully sealed rugged enclosure with passive cooling designed according to VITA 75 footprint, providing reliable operation in tough environments including transportation (ground, rail, air and marine), agriculture, mining and processing. The machine-worked aluminum chassis is especially designed for the most challenging environments. Providing excellent shock and vibration protection, the completely fanless chassis uses natural convection and conduction cooling. Typical systems housed in this VITA 75-compliant enclosure deliver IP66 dust and moisture protection, withstand shocks up to 10g and vibration up to 2g. The fully sealed enclosure houses one PC/104 or similar-sized board. The configurable front panel can be outfitted with variety of customer-defined connectors. The M-Max V75 Short chassis is tested and guaranteed over temperature range of −40 to +75°C. MicroMax, as a manufacturer of ruggedized industrial computers, takes a customized approach to each client. Our engineering group can design M-Max systems to fit customer-specific technical requirements. new M-Max SW208 M-Max SW208 Rugged Gigabit Ethernet Switch M-Max SW208 is a ruggedized 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Layer 2+ Managed Switch providing reliable operation in tough environments including transportation (ground, rail, air and marine), agriculture, and mining and processing. It accepts a wide power supply voltage input, and is tested and guaranteed over temperature range of −40 to +75°C. Its rugged enclosure is designed according to VITA75 footprint. The SW208 has eight 10/100/1000 Mbps copper twisted pair ports. Support for control and management is through web interface, and host processor access through a Command Line Interface (CLI). MicroMax, as a manufacturer of ruggedized industrial computers, takes a customized approach to each client. Our engineering group can design M-Max systems to fit customer-specific technical requirements.
M-Max 820 EP/USO M-Max 820 EP/USO Rugged Industrial Error-free Rackmount System M-Max 820 EP/USO consists of two rugged industrial computers with the highest performance currently available for systems with passive cooling. It is designed to provide reliable operation using ‘2 out of 2’ or redundant architectures in harsh environments for critical applications. The fully-ruggedized rackmount aluminum chassis is fanless and utilizes natural convection and conduction cooling in accordance with MIL-STD-810 standards. Providing shock and vibration protection, the M-Max 820 EP/USO can operate under extreme temperatures (-40 to +55 °C), dust and humidity. Delivering excellent performance due to Intel Core i7 CPUs (2.1-3.0 GHz), it also features excellent 2D and 3D graphics capabilities via VGA interface. Data storage options include vibration proof industrial SSDs with RAID functionality. The computer is used as a part of a safety system at railroad and operate as an optical time-domain reflectometer. MicroMax, as a manufacturer of highly rugged industrial computers, takes a customized approach to each client and can provide even a single copy development and production. M-Max 400 ST/USO M-Max 400 ST/USO Rugged Industrial Error-free Computer with UPS Subsystem The M-Max 400 ST/USO is an error-free rugged computer for on-board and off-the-shelf applications. It is built to provide error-free signaling information processing, based on 2-out-of-2 architecture in full compliance with CENELEC SIL4 specifications. The M-Max 400 contains two identical subsystems connected to each other via internal interface. Each subsystem has its own processing core and a UPS employing an intelligent ultracapacitor-based charging device. The M-Max 400’s two independent CPUs form a vital processing core and perform calculations (such as interlocking logic) in different ways. Once per cycle they are synchronised with each other to exchange data and perform consistency cross-checks. The UPS ultracapacitors provide the system with 70 seconds of backup power. The system is designed for use on stationary objects within a railway infrastructure. 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.
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