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AmPro RuffSystem 840

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Ampro RuffSystem 840

The RuffStstem 840 is an embedded rugged PC that can function in harsh environments due to its strong build and has the ability to operate down to -40 degrees Celsius and up to +75C. The RuffSystem rugged PC is powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo L7500 processor that provides low-power consumption and conductive cooling, and is supported by two gigabit speed Ethernet ports. A VGA output is to be found on the casing along with four USB 2.0 connectors as well as 4 serial ports and 1 pa…

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Ampro RuffSystem 840

The RuffStstem 840 is an embedded rugged PC that can function in harsh environments due to its strong build and has the ability to operate down to -40 degrees Celsius and up to +75C. The RuffSystem rugged PC is powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo L7500 processor that provides low-power consumption and conductive cooling, and is supported by two gigabit speed Ethernet ports. A VGA output is to be found on the casing along with four USB 2.0 connectors as well as 4 serial ports and 1 parallel port.

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The RuffStstem 840 is designed to support the extreme rugged COM 840 with rugged EBX carrier board. Designed to support the extreme rugged COM 840 with rugged EBX carrier board, the RuffStstem 840 measures 8 x 10 x 3 inch. The unit is also supports by Intel® GME965/ICH8M chipset, internal PC/104 card stand support for (2) PC/104(+) expansion cards, has the following interface: Gigabit Ethernet, 10/100 Ethernet, USB, Serial, Video, Audio, IDE and SATA hard disk drive and is designed to meet MIL-STD 810 (shock/vibration, temp, humidity) using Ampro’s LittleBoard™. The unit also comes with a Voltage/Surge protected Vehicle Grade DC/DC converter, is embedded with Linux® or Windows® XP operating system and comes with optional Windows® CE, QNX or VxWorks.

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