Device protection

  • 30-Jun-2008 06:40 EDT
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Carlo Gavazzi Computing Solutions' electronic packaging services for commercial off-the-shelf products are designed to offer users the capability to outfit standard commercial products such as computers, servers, data storage units, and mobile electronic equipment with a durable, rugged, and more protective enclosure. Applications include the military and aerospace industries, where harsh environments often require protection of embedded and applied computing devices. Engineered using durable, lightweight aluminum with welded seam construction, these enclosures meet military specifications and can be configured with a shock and vibration isolated sub-chassis and an advanced temperature control system to fully shield the internal device from extreme temperatures.
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