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MIL COTS Military Computers

MIL / COTS Embedded Systems for Military Environments

MPL's MIL-SPEC / COTS Embedded Computers &: Electronic Solutions have been designed to withstand harsh environments and extreme temperature conditions to meet the various MIL standards. The designs have been done such, that our COTS products easily meet the MIL-STD-810G, regardless whether the application is land based, on vehicles, airplanes, or ships. Various applications and certifications give a testimony to the quality of design. The special rugged design, combined with the best industrial-grade components, offer high reliability and long-term performance. This makes it the perfect solution for military / defense applications.

Below you will find a small selection of applications currently in use worldwide. If you have a special project or needs, please talk to us, we will help you in finding the best solution.


MPL products are 100% designed and manufactured in Switzerland by MPL AG. All our products are fanless, shock and vibration proof, low power, rugged, and long-term* available. The perfect solution for a system to be used in rugged environments.
* Typically 10 years or more after first introduction, 20+ years repairable, MPL stocks all parts at its premises


Product Groups - SWaP-C Optimized Systems
PIP Rugged Embedded Computers
CEC Compact Embedded Computers
MXCS Rugged Embedded Xeon Server
Ethernet Industrial Network Solutions
Panel Fanless Embedded Panel Computers
MIP Rugged Open Frame CPU Boards

Other Products

All MPL products are designed to meet or exceed the most common standards. This includes maritime certification (IEC 60945), railways certifications (EN 50155), defense certifications (MIL-810), EMI certification, etc...
If you need additional information do not hesitate to contact us. You may also have a look at some of our applications listed on our Applications page.


 
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