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Rugged is as Rugged Does – Cold Weather Computing

By ·Categories: I/O Embedded & IoT, I/O HUB, I/O Manufacturing, I/O Security·Published On: January 7th, 2013·0.6 min read·

At Logic Supply, we know our systems are being installed in some of the harshest environments. That’s why we offer some of the most durable and reliable embedded computers on the market today.  Our computers go on factory floors, in police vehicles, ambulances, wind turbines and more. They even get deployed in some of Mother Nature’s harshest environments for tasks like remote data collection.

Our computers feature fanless and wide temperature designs that can withstand all the elements including dust, shock, vibration and temperatures ranging from -40° to 85° Celsius.

But just how rugged are our computers? View the video below to find out.

Check out the first test of our rugged computers when Product Manager, JP Ishaq puts the AU912 to the “3 whack” test. View the video here.

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About the Author: Katrina VanTyne

My fascination with computers began when I got my first real job with a real desk and a Wang computer. The screen was actually black with green characters. As a life-long writer, I was thrilled because I could type faster than I could write. Technology has obviously evolved since then and continues to evolve at a rapid pace. We’ve come a long way since the Wang computer and I am looking forward to being a part of where we're going.
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