New York, February 16, 2018MicroMax announced today that it will exhibit new models of its rugged computer systems and give an updated M-Max Platforms Roadmap at Embedded World 2018, February 27th to March 1st in Nuremberg, Germany.

MicroMax’s newest systems extend its M-Max platforms line. MicroMax will demonstrate new extremely rugged systems especially designed to house PC/104 boards to build high performance systems using passive cooling.

One emerging star is MicroMax’s Quad Core rugged industrial computer with data acquisition features for tough environments, the M-Max 771 PR7/MMS. Based on the VITA 75 standard, it has passed all required tests and been certified to comply with MIL-STD-810G and airborne MIL-STD-704F. Providing shock protection up to 40g and vibration protection up to 2.5g, the M-Max 771 PR7/MMS is IP66 rated and can operate under extreme temperatures from -40 to +70 °C, dust and humidity.

Another showpiece is the extremely low-power M-Max 640 LP/MMS, a rugged industrial computer offering operation at a bare 4 watts. Designed for reliable operation in harsh environments in critical applications, it utilizes MicroMax’s technology for passive cooling. The seal ed system enclosure with IP66-rated protection is designed specifically for PC/104 form-factor boards. Providing shock protection up to 10g and vibration protection up to 2.5g, the M-Max 640 LP/MMS can operate under extreme temperatures from -40 to +70 °C, tolerating dust and humidity.

MicroMax will also present its M-Max Platforms Roadmap covering the newest line of platforms designed to house PC/104 boards. The Roadmap is extended with the 6XX LP, 8XX DT and 9XX CU platforms, which enable fulfilling a range of tough application challenges. All MicroMax systems on display at the forum illustrate the high potential of the PC/104 form factor in building highly rugged high performance systems. The compact design of MicroMax’s newest enclosures allows use in very confined spaces. Additionally, their strong defense against environmental ingress enables reliable outdoor installation.

Sam Abarbanel, President of MicroMax, stated: “There’s been enormous interest in, and an exceptional response to, our newest highly rugged enclosures and compact rugged systems. Our presence here makes new tools available for success in projects involving challenging environments.”
If you will be attending Embedded World please stop by at booth 2-529 in Hall 2.

You can register at no charge by visiting the Embedded World site at and entering B384077 in the voucher code field.

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.
Contact: Audrey Weiner, VP Marketing

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MicroMax, founded in 1979, is an engineering company, designing specialized computer systems for mission critical applications, with customers in the transportation (rail, marine, air) & various industrial/ manufacturing enterprises. MicroMax also maintains offices in Russia. Representing over two dozen manufacturers of computer boards and specialized electronics for automation/control, enables MicroMax to offer the best prices, state of the art equipment, knowledge of the marketplace as well as the latest technological developments to our clients. •Extra durable ruggedized computers protected from dust, moisture and other environmental hazards designed to perform in all environments under almost any condition from the rigors of an offshore oil rig to the intense shock and vibration of a space shuttle. •Subsystems for Computer Based Interlocking (CBI)/Automatic Train Control (ATC) railroad applications, in full compliance with CENELEC SIL4 spec with extraordinary immunity to all kinds of disturbances. •On-board/field multifunction systems for use in harsh environments, with very high MTBF/MTBS •Design/production of customized enclosures for harsh environments including ATR type enclosures / systems for avionics •Rugged Embedded SBC designed and built with all components approved to operate in the -40°/+85°C range, with a high degree of shock/vibration protection and special conformal coating to protect boards from moisture and other corrosive substances, with a high MTBF

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