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GRIP Epsilon VPDU
General-purpose Rugged Integrated Processor

The GRIP Delta is a true commercial off the shelf (COTS) high performance rugged computer system that combines the latest generation Intel Core i7 mobile processor with the latest NVIDIA CUDA enabled GTX1050Ti (Pascal) GPUs. The GRIP Delta is targeted at applications which require GPU/GPGPU image or signal processing in harsh environments.

The GRIP Delta features curent 3rd generation Intel Core™ i7 Mobile Processor and embedded Intel graphics processor with an NVIDIA GPGPU for enhanced graphics or math coprocessing. The GRIP Delta is a processing workhorse for harsh environments and has been installed in manned and unmanned - vehicles, ships, aircraft and remote sites.

GRIP PCs are rugged high performance computer platforms for image and video processing based on industrial PC hardware which is packaged in rugged, sealed enclosures for use in harsh environment applications. GRIPS provide almost full MILSPEC performance at a fraction of the cost of fully compliant rugged processors. GRIP rugged PCs use high performance Intel Core i7 CPUs and can also include the latest NVIDIA GPUs to support complex graphics requirements or high performance computing applications. Our rugged PCs have been installed in air, maritime, land and vehicle platforms, both manned and unmanned. Please refer to the specifications tab for GRIP Epsilon VPDU product details or contact us directly at info@vision4ce.net or call us at Tel: +1.410.384.9181 . Please also check out our other rugged GRIP and TRUPER PC products. We support customization and quantity discounts.

Specifications

Hardware
• Latest Intel Core i7 Mobile Processor, Quad Core
• MIL-DTL-38999 connectors
• AMD GPU with 6 display outputs
• 16 or 32 GB DDR3 memory
• Dual 60GB – 600GB SATA II (MIL) SLC/MLC SSDs

I/O Connections
• Serial – 2x RS232/485, 2x RS232
• USB – 2x USB 2.0 (option for additional 2 including USB 3.0)
• Ethernet – 2x 10/100/1000Base-T (additional available)
• MILCAN

Environmental
• Sealed to IP67 – conduction cooled
• Operating temperature (w.r.t. baseplate) -40°C to +71°C
• Storage temperature -40°C to +85°C
• Designed to meet harsh environmental conditions, including MIL-STD-810G and RTCA/DO-160G
• EMC to MIL-STD-461F
• Resilient to large caliber gun shock

Power
• Power – DC 18V to 36V MIL-STD-1275B
• Power consumption – 80 to 150W (configuration dependent)

Operating Systems
• Microsoft Windows embedded 10 IoT
• Ubuntu or CentOS Linux

Mechanical
• Weight 22.0lbs, 10.0kg
• Dimensions 14.37” (d) x 10.83” (w) x 3.97” (h) (365 mm x 275mm x 101mm), excluding connectors and flanges

Video Capture
Supports up to 24 diverse video analog and digital video input interfaces, options include:
• RGB, PAL/NTSC
• SD-SDI, HD-SDI (SMPTE 292) up to 1080P60 resolution
• DVI-D, CameraLink, Firewire, GigE Vision, CoaXPress and others

Video Display & Processing
Supports 6 up to independent display outputs, options including Graphic overlay and optimized HMI:
• RGB, VGA, DP, DVI-D, HDMI - configuration dependent
• Panoramic 360 or sector formation
• Extremely low latency video output and distribution
• Target detection and tracking (DART)
• Embedded training mode

Video Compression & Streaming
Flexible streaming of audio, video and metadata over IP, options include:
• Customized SD/HD video and metadata streams
• Embedded metadata overlays
• H.264 compression for recording and streaming (NVL on request)
• Standards include DVI over Ethernet, Def Stan 00-82 and STANAG 4609.

Additional I/O

• MIL-STD-1553 and ARINC 429 interfaces
• Additional Serial, USB, and LAN ports
• GPIO, WiFi, GPS and others.

Applications:

• Multiple video channel (up to 24) capture, and up to 6 displays
• Security and surveillance for land, sea, air and space
• Unmanned aerial, ground and maritime platforms
• Instrumentation
• Automated video analysis and recording