M-Max 800 EP2-PLT

• Rugged construction and sealed case for tough environments like transportation (ground, rail, air and marine), mining and processing
• Operating temperature from -40 to +65 °C
• Shock handling up to 40g, vibration up to 6g
• Uses fanless MicroMax patented technology to dissipate heat
• IP66 rated dust and moisture protection
• Two CAN interfaces*
• Space for 4 expansion boards**
• High performance comparable to high-end desktop computers, from Intel Core i7 2.8 GHz
• Excellent graphics capabilities using integrated Intel HD 4000 graphics controller
• Data storage with industrial SSDs; optional RAID functionality

The M-Max 800 EP2/PLT and M-Max 800 EP2/FL are designed for rapid deployment of customized systems having their own sets of PCI-104 expansion boards and external connectors. The base platform is equipped with an integrated heating system and allows installation of additional heating systems for customer boards. The platform can be equipped with a service board having connectors for all installed interfaces and indicator options, and it supports an optional transparent front panel allowing access to the connectors for visual monitoring of system operation during chamber testing. The platform is based on a high-performance M-Max 800 EP2 with Intel Dual Core i7 2.8 GHz CPU. Its high performance features include excellent 2D and 3D graphics capabilities through VGA interface. Data storage options include a variety of industrial SSDs with RAID functionality.

* M-Max 800 EP2/PLT
** M-Max 800 EP2/FL

  • CPU: Intel Core i7-3517UE (2.8 GHz, 4 MB L3 cache)
  • RAM: 2 GB DDR3 1600 MHz (soldered) Expandable to 4 GB at the time of order
  • Data storage: SSD 8GB; Optional 2x SSD 1TB each as hardware RAID0/1
  • Connectors (base platform): 1x PCI-104, 1x 120-pin I/O connector
  • Connectors (service board): 2x USB Type A, 1x DB-15HS (Display), 1x Micro-Fit* (External Heater), 1x 3-pin (Power), 3x RJ-45 (Ethernet), 2x DB-9* (CAN)
  • LAN: 1x 10/100/1000 Base-T, 2x 10/100 Base-T ports
  • CAN: 2x CAN 2.0 A and 2.0 B; ISO 11898 compliant driver circuits, up to 1 Mbit/s
  • Power: +9 to +33 (+40**) V DC (isolated), AC adapter: ~100 to 240 V (optional)
  • Power Consumption: 30 (25**) W
  • Enclosure: Aluminum enclosure, Passive cooling system (no fans)
  • Mechanical (W x H x L): 180 x 165 x 230 mm
  • Dust/Moisture: IP66
  • Operating Temperature: -40 to +65 °C
  • Humidity: Operating: 5 to 95 % at +25 °C, non-condensing
  • Vibration: Operating acceleration amplitude up to 6g (5-500 Hz), Shock: Maximum peak shock acceleration up to 40g (15 ms)

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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