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ruggedization

[‚rəg·ə·də′zā·shən]
(electronics)
Making electronic equipment and components resistant to severe shock, temperature changes, high humidity, or other detrimental environmental influences.
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The Toughbook 01 is the beneficiary of more than ten years of research and development in the field of ruggedization.
The ToughBook 45 utilizes focused ruggedization to protect he most critical components of a notebook PC.
Today, industrial automation applications are requiring more flexibility, reliability, ruggedization, connectivity, performance, cost effectiveness, and added-value integrated functionality with HMI/SCADA software applications.
The company is a driving force in the continuous advancement of embedded SSDs and memory modules that deliver the capacity, form factor, extended temperature, ruggedization and configuration improvements that help OEMs compete successfully.
For ruggedization, thicker circuit boards resist flex while industrial-grade components enable operation from -40 degrees C to +85 degrees C.
Speakers from multiple industries to highlight best practices in manufacturing around key themes of miniaturization, integration, ruggedization and automation (MIRA)
Combined with up to 8 GBytes of dual channel DDR3 memory, its performance makes it ideal for the most demanding applications, while five levels of ruggedization enable it to operate in any environment from office/benign to harsh.
A driving force in continuous embedded SSD and memory module advancements, Virtium delivers the capacity, form factor, extended temperature, ruggedization and configuration improvements that help OEMs compete successfully.
Under the terms of this 18-month AFRL contract, Protonex will continue to advance the capabilities of its portable soldier power manager products by delivering reduced size and weight, increased reliability, usability, efficiency, and further ruggedization while reducing its overall costs.