MPC-127 Shipboard Computer Box is a computer designed for a wide range of the applications which requirements suit its technical characteristics (process control, electronic map-making, automation systems etc.).
... configurations, providing more I/O and storage options than ever, meeting the increasing requirements from the market. This power full computer is available with the newest 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i3 (2 cores, 4 threads) ...
... automatically switch to whatever power is connected, making it highly flexible for shipbuilders and system integrators alike. The computer is fanless with no moving parts inside which will prolong lifetime and reduce service costs.
... and powerful computer in a durable and compact package, the Leviathan 12 marine computer system provides incredible processing power with a minimal footprint. When space is at a premium on your vessel, ...
High Performance Marine, IEC-60945 and DNV2.4, Certified BoxPC is also E Mark and EN50155 compliance for vehicle and railway applications. With a rich system I/O as well as 3 internal PCI Express Mini Card slot and dual SIM slots for ...
Marine Certified Embedded Computer Marine Certified Designed for ship navigation, bridge and control applications Superior processing and graphics performance Flexible I/O including serial, ...
... The MPC-FRE Series is extremely compact, taking only 9.85”W x 10.63”D x 4.45”H. Con- nections are made to the computer via standard computer connectors for interoperability and convenience. Available ...
The Barracuda Marine Grade computer series has been built from the ground up to provide you a remarkable amount of computing power in a tiny footprint. The Barracuda offers all the power of our full size marine computers ...
How to choose this product
A ships computer contains suitable programs for carrying out a multitude of shipboard tasks.
Maritime computer programs are many and varied, including:
- Management of onboard electrical and alarm systems
- Fuel management
- Routing and weather tracking
- Navigation and positioning
- Cargo management and vessel stability (liquid, container or other cargo)
- Communications (telephony, Internet, fax, etc.)
Specific functions and particular needs can be handled by custom-designed programs.
Computers suited to the marine environment usually have an especially rugged housing. A solid state hard drive without moving parts may be chosen to reduce the chance of a breakdown. These machines may run on AC and/or DC current, with the possibility of switching from one to the other without loss of data.
How to choose
The rapidity of computer developments makes it advisable to choose a system incorporating the latest technology to avoid premature obsolescence.