Hatteland Display Boosts Power of Solid State Fanless Computer Range

Hatteland Solid State Fanless Computer

By MarEx 2017-05-30 16:40:45

Hatteland Display has added two new solid state, compact fanless computers to its state-of-the-art maritime display and computer portfolio. The new HT B30 range is based on the latest Intel chipset and Skylake processor platform, delivering even more power for maritime technology developers to design and build high-end vessel control and monitoring solutions that enable safer and more efficient maritime operations.

HT B30 computers are available in two new form factors, short depth and long depth, allowing for flexible installation options including 3U rack mounting in pairs. Using the same system architecture as Hatteland Display’s new, second generation Series X Panel Computers, the HT B30 range offers significant processing speed and graphical performance improvements, which when combined with multiple-drive solid state storage and silent, fanless operation, positions them among the most advanced computing platforms for maritime applications.

Hatteland Display offers a choice of three Intel Core processors, up to i7, for its new HT B30 computers. Graphical output is handled by 1 x DVI-I, 1 x DVI-D and 1 x Display Port (DP) while standard interfaces include 4 x Ethernet Ports, 4 x USB2.0 and 4 x USB3.0. The HT B30 platform also supports a wide range of interface modules such as CAN/NMEA COM/COM and DIO, ensuring it is ready off-the-shelf for all maritime applications. In addition, HT B30 features a lightweight, fully enclosed aluminum chassis and comes with AC, dual DC, wide range DC or Hatteland Display’s Multi-power system (both AC and DC power built in).

“While the silent operation of fanless computers can improve the bridge working environment, the fact that there are no moving parts inside is the key benefit, as this prolongs lifetime and reduces service costs while contributing to the reliability and availability of critical systems on board,” said Trond K. Johannessen, President and CEO, Hatteland Display. “By boosting the power of these high-end computers, we are providing an even more advanced platform for the maritime technology industry to create solutions that meet the on board control, monitoring and data needs of both ship owners and crew.”

Hatteland Display’s new HT B30 computers can be seen at Nor-Shipping 2017 on its joint stand with Norautron group sister company, Elektronix (B02-25). HT B30 computers will also be shown at Hatteland Display’s Nor-Shipping week ‘pop-up’ show-room, located at Felix Konferansesenter, Bryggetorget 3, in the Aker Brygge area of Oslo.

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