Conduction-cooled chassis

  • 24-Nov-2010 03:04 EST
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Curtiss-Wright Controls Electronic Systems offers a rugged 6-slot 3U OpenVPX or 7-slot 3U Compact PCI conduction-cooled chassis for harsh airborne and ground mobile military environments. The SFF-6 small form-factor chassis is part of the company's Hybricon family of advanced military commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) electronic packaging solutions and features CoolWall thermal technology to support system heat dissipation up to 400 W. The air transport rack-style chassis is fabricated from a mixture of composite materials and aluminum and was designed to speed and simplify the integration of high-performance, low-power embedded COTS subsystems designed for use in space-, weight-, and power-constrained military environments. Performance features of the small baseplate conduction-cooled chassis include extended temperature, shock, and vibration tolerance and a military power supply for MIL-STD-704F aircraft or vehicle use. Custom configurations are available.

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