Elektronix Launches Marine Approved PCs

Thursday, October 14, 2010
Photo courtesy Elektronix AS

During 2010 Electronix AS invested resources regarding development, design and quality assurance of a new range of marine approved PCs. The enix2000 and enix3000 are based on a completely fanless design with Core 2 Duo CPU, and with several years of availability for all components.  They feature standalone installation, wall mounting, or in 19-in rack (2U och 3U). They also include Industrial Wide-Temp Flash Disk (for a system with no moving parts), or 2.5-in Industrial 24 / 7 hard drive. Choose Matrox Dual Head Dual Display, or Matrox Quad for 4 x VGA / DVI / HDTV. A Compact Flash, and power / reset button is accessible behind a lockable front door.
 

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