Chassis Plans Announces Release of 7" Rugged Tablet San Diego, CA, January 17, 2016– Chassis Plans has launched an ultra-rugged 7” tablet that is designed for maximum efficiency in rigorous environments and built in the USA. In a sleek package with the highest-rated protection against water and dust (IP68), the Rugged Tablet can go into the harshest environments and provides optimum ruggedness to support military and industrial applications. The MTB-7 is designed to meet Mil-STD 810G. Running Windows 10, the
SAN DIEGO, CA, October 14, 2016 – Chassis Plans announced today the release of their new Ruggedized 27” Square Display for Air Traffic Control and other applications requiring a high resolution (1920 x 1920) square IPS LCD display form factor. The unit has an optional multi-touch touchscreen with gesture support. It can be driven from multiple video sources including VGA, DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort or optionally 3G HD-SDI. It supports Picture-In-Picture or Picture-By-Picture to allow multiple video streams to be viewed
Chassis Plans is proud to release their new CPZ-156T Rugged Zero Client at AFCEA West in San Diego, CA., February 17, 2016. The CPZ-156T is a unique patent pending Zero Client which includes a 15.6" LCD and 10-point multi-touch touch screen. The unit conforms to PCoIP using the Teradici TERA2321 processor. Power is uniquely provided by Power over Ethernet (PoE) for single-cable operation.Designed be a state-of-the-art secure information device, the CPZ-156T is designed from the beginning for security, first and
SAN DIEGO, CA, December 4, 2015 --- Chassis Plans (www.chassis-plans.com) has launched a rugged light weight portable computer, which is a purpose built customized solution used for ground based communications, weapons and radar systems testing.This rugged light weight portable computer provides a 17” 1280x1024 LCD, NEMA class keyboard, and is configured with pre-qualified, high-quality, and long-life revision controlled components. This system is designed with high speed data recording through the use of 120GB solid state drives (SSD) disks.