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Moxa MC-7000 Marine Computers Receive Official ABS Approval

September 26, 2013

MC-7000

MC-7000

Moxa, a provider of industrial network, computer and display solutions, is pleased to announce the MC-7000 series of marine computers has been formally approved by the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS).

Moxa’s MC-7000 computers are powered by the latest third-generation Intel  Core  processors, and deliver a full range of native shipboard networking interfaces with eight NMEA 0183 ports, two NMEA 2000 ports, four serial ports, four Gigabit Ethernet ports, six USB 2.0, and two USB 3.0 ports. Additionally, both AC and DC PSU options are available. The MC-7000 series are designed with unrivalled PC performance to give customers the next level of flexibility and control in their marine applications.

Stefan Palm, Business Development Manager in Moxa´s Embedded Computing Division, said, “With ABS approval, the MC-7000 series marine computer has passed sophisticated and rigorous tests that prove its reliability and safety. This ensures ship owners or maritime system integrators in the American region are free from worry when selecting Moxa MC-7000 computers for ECDIS, navigation, or other maritime system solutions.”

The MC-7000 series are designed to provide highly reliable solutions that meet or surpass the critical quality ABS Marine ECDIS Computer requirements found in maritime environments. Our designs are more than simple assemblies of OEM parts; our dedicated marine computer team plans, designs and manufactures our marine computers entirely in-house. The MC-7000 line of ECDIS computers is especially designed for the high processing and reliability demands of shipboard ECDIS systems, but these computers are suitable for much more than just that. Moxa’s MC-7000 series is being adapted to marine systems as diverse as radar stations, oil spill detection systems, dynamic positioning systems and many others



 
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