The NotePAC II is an expandable, ultra-rugged, all-metal notebook computer designed for extreme environments
Dolch Computer Systems, Inc. II is an expandable, ultra-rugged, all-metal notebook computer designed for extreme environments. It combines a sealed high-strength, cast-magnesium case with special components and shock mounting to form a portable platform that can withstand a 15-g shock while operating and still survive. For applications requiring add-in expansion, the standard computer comes with two PCMCIA type-II slots, useable as one type-III slot. A secondary configuration bay can be fitted with additional RS-232/422/485 ports or an additional battery receiver.
The computer accepts power from AC or DC sources and will accept 90-264 VAC, 50-60 Hz or 10-20 VDC. The standard configuration includes a Pentium MMX 200-MHz processor and is upgradable to 233 MHz. The standard Ni-MH battery pack has a 64 Whr capacity and will operate the standard unit for three to four hours. It can be configured to accept up to two additional 41-Whr capacity batter packs to extend overall battery operation of the unit to five to eight hours.
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