Fanless mini PC rugged computer for aviation and transportation uses introduced by Stealth

WOODBRIDGE, Ontario, 28 March 2016. Stealth.com, a Sparton company in Woodbridge, Ontario, is introducing the LPC-720F fanless mini PC rugged computer with built-in dual expansion slot capability for a large variety of demanding aviation and transportation applications.

Mar 28th, 2016
By Intelligent Aerospace staff
By Intelligent Aerospace staff

WOODBRIDGE, Ontario, 28 March 2016. Stealth.com, a Sparton company in Woodbridge, Ontario, is introducing the LPC-720F Fanless Mini PC rugged computer with built-in dual expansion slot capability for a large variety of demanding aviation and transportation applications.

Stealth products are for demanding applications within the industrial, commercial, scientific research, military, marine, public safety, utility, transportation, mining, and telecommunications markets.

The LPC-720F can be configured with two PCI slots or two PCI Express x1 expansion slots for data acquisition, specialized graphics cards, and expanded I/O cards. Optionally dual solid state drives (SSD) also can be configured to give expanded internal storage capacity.

Stealth's LPC-720F is a powerful mini computer that operates without cooling fans that could draw in dirt and dust. Stealth's fanless computers are encapsulated in a rugged extruded aluminum chassis performing as a heat sink to dissipate heat build-up and provides noise free operation.

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The rugged fanless LPC-720F operates from a wide range of DC input power making it an fit for mobile and marine, field, and transportation based applications. Systems are compatible with Microsoft Windows and Linux, and can be custom configured.

For more information contact Stealth online at www.stealth.com.

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