New Electronics from Moxa at SMM

Posted by Eric Haun
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
MPC-2240

Marine Panel PC with Intel Ivy Bridge Celeron CPU Processor, 1.40 GHz, VGA, DVI, Audio, Gigabit LANs, Serial Ports and USB 2.0 Ports - SMM 2014, Stand B6/326

The MPC-2240 is a 24-inch flat marine panel computer for marine e-navigation systems. Powered by an Intel Ivy Bridge CPU, the MPC-2240 panel computers are built to handle the heavy graphic computing demands that marine applications such as ECDIS and radar systems require.

In addition to their new Marine computer MC-7270, Moxa will be presenting their latest marine displays of the MD-22/ 219 series and the marine panel PCs of the MPC-2240/ 2190 series at SMM 2014. 

The MPC-2240 is intended to help reduce deployment costs and overall time-to-market by allowing convenient and rapid integration into a wide variety of systems. Because it is fanless, the MPC-2240’s delivers greater reliability over the long term when working through the heat extremes common in industrial marine environments, for which they are certified by the most demanding marine standards: IEC 60945, DNV, and IACS E10, as well as type-approved ECDIS IEC 61174 models (on request).

MDC-2240 series can come certified for use as an ECDIS display station. Carefully engineered to meet the strict challenges posed by ocean environments, the MDC-2240 series are distinct from other ECDIS-certified displays thanks to the inclusion of some innovative design features. The latest advancement offered by the MPC-2240 series are its SavvyTouch display controls. SavvyTouch display controls are equipped with a proximity switch that lights up the controls with a mere wave of the hand, making it possible for users to easily adjust the display even in absolute darkness. At the same time, SavvyTouch also features a system information button that returns a BIOS-level rundown of hardware health, keeping users informed on any failures of power, the motherboard, system memory or video feeds. If the MPC-2240 fails to boot up for any reason, users can quickly discover what the problem is with a simple press of its Info button.

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