Ultra-Rugged 11th Gen Intel Core Modules with Soldered RAM

The COM Express Type 6 Computer-on-Modules from congatec offer full compliance for shock and vibration resistant operation in challenging transportation and mobility applications By DA Reporter / 06 Aug 2021

congatec has introduced new 11th Gen Intel Core processor based Computer-on-Modules with soldered RAM that provides shock and vibration resistance. 

Designed to withstand extreme temperature ranges of -40°C to +85°C, the COM Express Type 6 Computer-on-Modules offer full compliance for shock and vibration resistant operation in challenging transportation and mobility applications. 

These Computer-on-Modules based on the Tiger Lake microarchitecture are designed for use on trains, commercial vehicles, construction machines, agricultural vehicles, self-driving robots and many other mobile applications deployed in challenging outdoor and off-road environments. 

Shock and vibration resistant stationary devices are another important application area as digitization requires critical infrastructure protection against earthquakes and other mission critical events. 

These modules provide super-fast LPDDR4X RAM with up to 4266 MT/s and in-band error-correcting code for single failure tolerance and high data transmission quality in electromagnetic interference critical environments.

The value package includes:

  • Rugged mounting options for the COM and carrier bundle
  • Active and passive cooling options
  • Optional conformal coating for protection against corrosion due to moisture or condensation
  • A list of recommended carrier board schematics
  • Shock and vibration resistant components for the extended temperature range for highest reliability

This technical feature set is complemented by a comprehensive service offering that includes shock and vibration tests for custom system designs, temperature screening, and high speed signal compliance testing, along with design-in services, and all required training sessions which simplify the use of congatec’s embedded computer technologies. 

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