Glacier Computer, a designer, developer, and supplier of industrial PC-compatible devices, introduced its Magnum series of computers. Specifically designed for use in the construction industry, the Magnum can be mounted in a variety of work environments and applications. Engineered to withstand shock, vibration, dust and moisture, the Magnum can be mounted into cranes, dump trucks, backhoes, graders and onboard forklifts. Additionally, the Magnum can be mounted outside in a fixed location and used as a time clock at a temporary work location.
The Magnum is an Intel-based PC traditionally configured with either XP Pro or XP Embedded. An array of standard I/O allows for attaching numerous peripherals, including portable printers for producing work orders and employee ID card readers. Wide area network cards and GPS accessories provide easy data transfer from the work site and constant vehicle mapping and location data.
Unlike traditional laptop solutions, the Glacier Magnum is a sealed unit with no fans or vents. The unit can operate in the most intense environments, including extremes of temperature, shock, vibration and moisture. Each unit has a touchscreen and high-bright display for ease of use with even a gloved hand. All units accept and run traditional Windows software applications. There are a variety of processor, DRAM, and both rotating and solid-state hard drive options.
Glacier’s Magnum series of computers are HALT tested, have passed thermal and reliability testing and have an MTBF of nearly 40,000 hours. Built to Mil-Spec standards, these computers have an IP 64 environmental rating.
“The Magnum series of computers provide an outstanding solution for all construction applications,” stated John Geary, vice president of sales, Glacier Computer.
About Glacier Computer
Glacier Computer designs and develops industrial computer systems for harsh environments in a variety of markets, including LTL crossdock, distribution, warehousing, manufacturing and more.
For more information, call 603/882-1560 or visit www.glaciercomputer.com.
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