To meet these specifications, Hectronic designed a fanless system based on our building blocks, using an Intel Atom Apollo Lake CPU, with Ethernet and CAN FD connectivity. Using building blocks is not only a cost-effective development method and reduces time to market, but it also gives the final solution a higher level of safety when using already tested and verified components, minimizing the risks of failure when the system is launched.
But the system was also designed to meet several other stringent directives, including EMC, ROHS 2, REACH, CE, UKCA, and WEEE, and to comply with several standards, including MIL-810H, MIL-STD-461G, and ECER10 rev 6. Additionally, the system had to handle vibration, temperature, and humidity, and have an IP67 rating.
Hectronic used MIL-STD connectors and designed the system to operate in temperatures ranging from -25 to 70C. The result was a rugged, reliable, and highly efficient computer system that met all the client’s specifications and requirements. Hectronics Product Lifecycle Management ensures that she solution will have a long lifespan and operate smoothly regardless of the eventuality of vital components going end of life.
The new military boxed computer allows the customer to implement AR technology, enhancing their ability to gather data and make informed decisions. The system’s rugged design allowed it to operate in harsh environments without failure, ensuring that the client’s operations would continue uninterrupted for many years to come.
Rugged video computer
Intel Atom, Apollo Lake CPU
Analog or Digital video
Ethernet, CAN FD
Directives: EMC, ROHS 2, REACH, CE, UKCA, WEEE
Standards: MIL-STD-810H, MIL-STD-461G, ECER10 rev.6
Handles vibration, temp, and humidity, IP67