TRC4007 Upgrade Adds Projected Capacitive Touchscreen

by Mark Lovett on October 29, 2014

The Trenton Systems TRC4007 4U rackmount computer is unique in that was designed with an integrated LCD display, as well as an integrated keyboard/mouse tray.  This customer-driven computing solution was recently upgrade to support the latest in Projected Capacitive Touchscreen (PCT) technology.

The TRC4007 rackmount computer also provides front access/hot swap storage drives that are all contained within a short depth 20″ enclosure.

This rackmount computer provides flexible system configurations with single board computers or 14-slot backplanes, making it perfect for government & defense, industrial automation & energy applications.

Key System Features Include:

  • Three, 3.5″ removable and hot swap driver carriers
  • Dual or single-processor system host board options
  • Many backplane options maximize card slot support
  • Fixed or redundant power supply options available
  • Rugged aluminum chassis with a short 20″ depth
  • Designed for system configuration flexibility
  • Made in USA for long-life system deployments

Dual-processor single board computer options include the BXT7059 with Intel® Xeon® E5-2400 Series Processors and JXT6966 with Intel® Xeon® C5500 Processors. The single-processor TSB7053 with an Intel® Xeon® E3-1200 or E3-1200 v2 Processor is also available.

Like all of our rugged customer-driven computing solutions, the TRC4007 is designed, integrated and supported by Trenton Systems in the United States. Our exclusive 5-year factory warranty on the SBC, backplane and Trenton-built embedded motherboard options, comes standard with this 4U industrial rackmount computer.

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TKM1500 Rackmount LCD Monitor Saves Valuable Space

by Mark Lovett on October 17, 2014

The Trenton Systems TKM1500 rackmount LCD monitor and keyboard is a all-purpose 1U rackmount LCD monitor and keyboard that saves valuable server room real estate. This unit offers a 17″ active matrix TFT screen and a full-size, 104-key membrane keyboard & mouse pad which takes up 1U of rackmount height.

Trenton Systems TKM1500 1U Rackmount LCD Monitor

Key features of the TKM1500 rackmount LCD monitor and keyboard include:

  • Compact 1U rackmount LCD monitor / keyboard tray saves mounting space
  • Fits inside 19″ racks with depth dimensions from 21″ to 36″ (53.3cm – 91.4cm)
  • 1U Rackmount monitor saves valuable space for system installations
  • 17″ active matrix TFT LCD delivers wide viewing angles
  • Includes full-size keyboard with built-in mouse
  • LCD monitor, keyboard & mouse simplifies hardware mounting and cable routing
  • Lightweight aluminum enclosure (18 lbs. / 8.17 Kg)
  • Includes Trenton’s unsurpassed US-based technical support

Perfect for Military and Industrial Applications!

Trenton Systems TMS4702 4U Rackmount MIL-STD Computer Trenton Systems TRC4014 Rackmount Computer
TMS4702 4U Rackmount MIL-STD Computer TRC4014 4U Rackmount Computer

The TKM1500 rackmount LCD monitor is compatible with all Trenton rackmount computer solutions, two of which are highlighted above, and is idea for applications as diverse as energy management, communications and industrial automation.

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Synchrophasors Play Key Role In NYISO Power Control Center

by Mark Lovett October 7, 2014

Every aspect of the nation’s economy relies on the resiliency of our power grid, which is why federal, state and local governments have partnered with the energy industry in an effort to implement the latest power control technology.  Construction of the New York Independent System Operator’s (NYISO) smart grid and control center project in Rensselaer, New York is one […]

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Engineering Custom Systems to Match Application Specs

by Mark Lovett September 26, 2014

At Trenton Systems our standard products are designed to satisfy a range of applications across a broad spectrum of industries, but in many cases, our customer needs to have a product designed to meet their exact specifications.  This was the case when an OEM customer came to us with a request to engineer a range of custom systems that […]

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SpaceX and Boeing Enable the Future of American Spaceflight

by Mark Lovett September 18, 2014

At the present time, the task of taking astronauts to and from the International Space Station is in Russian hands, but that’s about to change based on NASA’s recent announcement that SpaceX & Boeing have been selected to develop transport systems that will deliver American flight crews up to the International Space Station, and do so […]

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Big Data Targets Manufacturing Performance Improvements

by Mark Lovett September 5, 2014

Rackmount computers have been used to automate manufacturing processes since the 1980s, monitoring critical factors such as temperatures, pressures, flow rate and humidity, as well as controlling production conveyor systems and robotic assembly lines, but the potential of utilizing Big Data takes manufacturing performance to a whole new level, as seen in the results of this […]

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