Articles related to Chassis Plans
October 04, 2017
The U.S.-assembled M2U-20 from Chassis Plans is a revision-controlled mil-grade rackmount computer for use in rugged, computationally intense military applications that consumes limited rack space. It weighs 24 pounds (weight differs on configuration) and contains the proprietary SysCool t...
July 20, 2016
Implementing servers for harsh field-environment applications can be a complex task. Whether the location is a Navy ship, a desert tent, or a shelter in the Arctic, users need a ruggedized server that can function in a harsh environment. Users can achieve reliable system implementation by both focusing on design issues from the very beginning of the process and working with an established provider of ruggedized servers.
February 25, 2016
SAN DIEGO. Engineers at Chassis Plans released their new patent-pending rugged CPZ-156T Rugged Zero Client as part of a partnership with Dell OEM Solutions.The devices leverages a Dell PCoIP ASIC controller in a rugged enclosure designed for use in extreme environments.
November 17, 2015
With a series of panels, the TFX1-19 from Chassis Plans is a rugged military-grade 2U rackmount LCD panel display. It features three 19-inch TFT LCD displays with per-panel resolution of 1,280 by 1,024. Chassis Plans officials offer display options that include a bonded anti-reflective gla...
March 11, 2013
Looking to meet needs for larger screen space in a reduced rack-mount form factor, Chassis Plans designers in San Diego created the TFX-9 trifold rack-mount LCD monitor that provides enhanced situational awareness via its three screens. The rugged monitor comes in a 2U form factor with wid...
April 26, 2010
In the design of custom computer chassis for mission-critical components, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software simulations allow accurate determination of the performance of cooling components, clarifying how specific configurations perform, thus cutting design costs and risks and increasing the speed at which concepts become products.
May 09, 2008
Cooling is an integral part of any system, and particularly those used in harsh environments. David discusses cooling system parameters as applied to an industrial computer installed in a military environment where the high ambient temperature and airborne dust will impact system reliability.