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CrispTech Introduces New Moxa first-class Marine-Computers

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CrispTech  introduces the new released Moxa MC-4510-C23 Master Series, a family of first-class marine-grade computers. The MC-4510-C23 Master Series is specifically designed to provide a perfect combination of high performance and reliability for marine bridge systems.

Nowadays maritime systems use modern Ethernet networks to create the network backbone and distributed independent sub-systems for local monitoring and control. Moxa supports these types of architectures with Ethernet switches, devices for data acquisition, and embedded computers. Moxa, as a leading complete solution provider, is dedicated to providing the latest and most up-to-date solutions based on the needs of customers and partners. The MC-4510-C23 Master series is the latest manifestation of this commitment, and is specifically designed for marine applications.

The MC-4510-C23 Master Series of marine-grade computers is tailored for the reliability needs of bridge systems. Moxa’s unique hard disk drive socket design offers extraordinary anti-vibration and anti-shock protection to deliver the reliable operations that marine applications require. Moreover, an elegant heat-dissipating fanless design reduces the risks of over-heating and increases system stability, while the compact and rugged construction makes bridge systems easier to deploy and stronger than ever.

Bridge systems usually require speedy multi-tasking, and that is why Moxa Master Series computer features an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU with 2.26 GHz, 6MB L2 cache and up to 4 GB of DDR3 support. This level of performance is rarely seen in fanless computers.

The Master Series of marine-grade computers also features two Gigabit Ethernet ports for fast and reliable integration into the network and six USB ports for key peripherals or for maintenance. The two serial ports are optically isolated and, as usual for Moxa computers, they can be software-toggled between RS-232, RS-422, and RS-485 mode to connect to critical information devices like GPS which have not yet been integrated with the Ethernet network.

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