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HPERC-IBR-HH

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Rugged Finned-convection System with 3rd Gen Intel® Core™ i7 Processor and MIL-STD-38999 High Speed Connectors

Features
  • VITA 75.21 mount with passive cooling
  • Rugged operating temperature: -40°C to +75°C
  • Intel® Core™ i7 dual or quad core Processor
  • Soldered DDR3L-1333 8GB, up to 16GB RAM
  • Quad Gigabit Ethernet; high speed eSATA; USB 3.0
  • Available GPGPU on 16-lane 3rd Generation PCI Express
  • Dual independent displays (HDMI/DVI/VGA)
  • OS support: VxWorks 6.9, Windows 7 and WES7
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Inside the tiny footprint of HPERC™ lives the power of 3rd generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor and optional GPGPU parallel processing engine. Dual removable SSDs provide 12Gb/s throughput and security for deployment in hostile environments. Easy configuration and expansion allows for fast integration of custom rugged embedded applications. HPERC™ reserves connector pins for expansion interfaces. The GPGPU sits on a 16-lane 3rd generation PCI Express interface. Uniquely-keyed MIL-DTL-38999 connectors provide a wide array of fast IO. Built with proven Ampro reliability, the rugged capabilities of HPERC™ are ideal for ground, air and sea deployments. HPERC™ systems survive shock, resist corrosion and galvanic oxidation, and perform in the humid jungle, the heat of the desert, and the bitter cold of frozen mountain passes.

OS support: VxWorks 6.9, Windows 7 and WES7

HPERC-IBR-M
Pass - Validation (3517UE + 3612QE)
Pass - ANSI/IEC 60529-2004 IP67 Watertight (Ingress Protection)
Pass - MIL-STD-810G Method 516.6 Procedure I (40G Shock)
Pass - MIL-STD-810G Method 516.6 Procedure V (75G Shock)
Pass - MIL-STD-810G-510.5 Procedure II (High Temperature)
Pass - MIL-STD-810G-502.5 Procedure 1 and 2 (Low Temperature)
Pass - MIL-STD-810G- Table 514.6C-X Category 9 (Helicopter Vibration)
Pass - MIL-STD-810G- Table 514.6C-10 Category 11 (Rail Cargo Vibration)
Pass - MIL-STD-810G- Table 514.6D-9 Category 21 (Shipboard Vibration)
Pass - MIL-STD-810G- Table 514.6C-VI Category 4 (Composite-Wheeled Vehicle Vibration)
Pass - MIL-STD-461F, CS106, CS116, CS114, RE102, CE101, CE102, CS115, RS101, RS103, CS101, RE101 pass within high margin.
Pass - CE/FCC certification
UGV Requirements Push Evolution in HPEC Performance

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UGV Requirements Push Evolution in HPEC Performance (3.96MB)

As modern warfare changes, so must the technical innovations from global defense sector technology partners. The changing face of military engagements, fewer troops on the ground, more use of reconnaissance gathered via autonomous vehicles, real-time feeds to operations and the emergence of network-centric warfare are driving the solutions and applications needed to better support today's warfighter.

Payload and Mission Computing Requirements

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Payload and Mission Computing Requirements (3.08MB)

  • High Performance Rugged Computing Solutions that Meet or Exceed the Payload Computing Requirements
  • Products for Mobile Mission Computers, Ranging from Single Board Computers (SBCs) through to Complete Embedded Systems


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