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GET Engineering Launches the Compact Embedded System (CES) for Military Uses

Written by Stephen Vicinanza

GET Engineering launches the Compact Embedded System (CES) for military and industrial uses. As the name implies these are small form factor, fanless, devices for technical field placement.

The units are compliant with MIL-STD 704F and MIL-STD 1275D power and MIL-STD 461 EMI filters, this small design is meant to meet the MIL-STD 810 and MIL-STD 461 standards.

The units are stackable using aluminum rings that offer a solid foundation and connection between separate units. There are MIL 38999 connectors, allowing the CES to accommodate Multi-Protocols Conversions, with 100’s high-density I/O’s, mission computers, Ethernet switches, and Routers in a rugged yet compact form factor.

The design is unique to GET Engineering and based on 35 years of developments across multiple devices. The design allows for mixing and matching protocols and functionality in the complex systems needed in industry and the military. This does offer maximum flexibility minimal size and quick time-to-market. The software development is simple and easy and all of the units come in at a low cost for custom equipment.

The devices can have an Intel Atom i3, i5, or i7 processor with multiple core options, single, dual, or quad. All the stackable unit setups can be expanded for custom applications. The CES allows for mix-and-match I/O, protocol. or memory boards. This enables hundreds of I/O or channels in SFF.

The different protocols that can be utilitized include –

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  • ATDS
  • MIL-STD 1533
  • Serial Communication
  • NMEA
  • Ethernet
  • NTDS
  • ARINC
  • OD-19

I/O combinations

  • Serial Communication
  • Temperature
  • Relay
  • FPAA
  • FPGA
  • Multi-ports Routers
  • Multi-port Switches
  • A/D, D/A, DI, DO, DIO
  • Video

To find out more about the Compact Embedded System (CES) by GET Engineering, see the product page here.

GET Engineering | gethdio.com

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