The ARCX box is a rugged, small, form-factor embedded computer with expandable features that include PMC, XMC, mini PCIe, mSATA module slots, an optional solid-state drive, front I/O panel and secondary connectors. This SFF embedded computer was engineered rugged with Size, Weight and Power (SWaP) to address space requirements of vehicle electronics. Compatible with industry standards and manufactured to IP67 standards and shock and vibration tested to MIL-STD-810G, these computers are available as either a single PMC/XMC slot or double PMC/XMC slot version.
The SFF computer comes equipped with a high-performance Intel 4th generation Core i7 CPU. The CPU allows programmable power limits, where heat and power are a concern. A rugged design includes thick circuit boards and high shock and vibration SODIMM hold-down mechanism and heat sink, plus it is cableless and fanless. It is designed and manufactured in the U.S. for military and aerospace deployable systems such as vetronics, C4ISR, payload management, and command and control applications.
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