A specific solution for ship bridge or control rooms comes with the nTUF 600 on the market. This Embedded System was developed for deployment on fishing boats, yachts, merchant or recreation vessels, which sail under rough maritime conditions. Thus the embedded system is compliant to the IEC60945, IACS-E10 and DNV 2.4 standards. The DC power input and the NMEA ports as well are outfitted with isolation protection ensuring steady power supply as well as signal transmission free of electromagnetic interference. Powered by the Intel Atom Dual Core D525 1.8GHz CPU the nTUF 600 is an energy efficient and at the same time powerful solution, whereby procession of demanding graphic contents is possible. To minimize vibration and shock, the ship computer nTUF 600 is equipped with special NMEA and M12 connectors for Gbit LAN.
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1GB DDR2 RAM is already onboard (can be extended to 2GB). For long-term data saving the computer provides 2x 2.5“ SSD Drive Bays as well as 1x CFast card socket, which can be easily reached over the front panel.
Beside vibration and shock resistence the maritim computer is also resistant against high temperatures. It can operate between -15°C and +55°C. The fanless design of the nTUF 600 reduces probability of a mechanical defect as moving parts are not used. This is very important for vibration and shock in tough sea.
There are 4x RS422/485 with TX & RX signal with 2kV optical isolation, 2x Intel® GbE M12 LAN, 1x VGA, 4x USB, 2x PS/2 and 2x RS232 available. Thanks to the NMEA interface automatical identification system, weather station, GPS system, gyroscope, radar and sonar can be connected. The 2kV optical isolation of NMEA ports ensures secure and stable signal transmission. The 1.5kV galvanic isolation of the DC power input also provides security against electromagnetic disturbances.