eMAT
eMAT

Features:

  • 500MHz Pentium III processor
  • up to 100+GB of hard disk storage, CD/DVD drive, SuperDrive floppy drive, two Type II PC-Cards/PCMCIA-Cards
  • 15" Sunlight Readable (high intensity) XGA TFT LCD
  • Dual HulaPoint mice, full QWERTY keyboard
  • One each LPT port, RS232 and RS422 comm ports, 10/100 Base-T Ethernet port, two USB ports, 4 ARINC-429 transmit ports, 8 ARINC 429 receive ports, one each ARINC 717 transmit and receive ports with both BPRZ and HBP interfaces, Universal Modem, Remote Keyboard Port, Remote Mouse Port
  • Integrated PCI expansion slot
  • 4 hour battery life. The eMAT can operate (and charge) from 28V DC or 90-250VAC 50-440Hz power without requiring an external power adapter

Electronic Maintenance Assistance Tool (eMAT ) is a rugged multi-purpose computer designed to operate and survive in the tough environment of airline maintenance facilities. It incorporates the communications capabilities to interface to all the systems in today's modern Airliners from Boeing, Airbus and others as well as the expandability to be compatible to yet to be defined future standards. The eMAT has the storage and display capacity to host aircraft maintenance documentation such as Boeing's Portable Maintenance Aid and Fault Isolation Manual.

The eMAT features a 500MHz Pentium III processor, up to 100+GB of hard disk storage, CD/DVD drive, SuperDrive floppy drive, two Type II PC-Cards/PCMCIA-Cards, 15" Sunlight Readable (high intensity) XGA TFT LCD , Dual HulaPoint mice, full QWERTY keyboard, one each LPT port, RS232 and RS422 comm ports, 10/100 Base-T Ethernet port, two USB ports, 4 ARINC-429 transmit ports, 8 ARINC 429 receive ports, one each ARINC 717 transmit and receive ports with both BPRZ and HBP interfaces, Universal Modem, Remote Keyboard Port, Remote Mouse Port, 4 hour battery life and an integrated PCI expansion slot. The eMAT can operate (and charge) from 28V DC or 90-250VAC 50-440Hz power without requiring an external power adapter. It is designed to handle the inadvertent physical abuse of a flight line as well as exposure to the fluids normally found in that environment.

The eMAT has been designed for Qualtair Inc., an industry leader in the field of portable data loaders, portable maintenance terminals and associated software. Their clients include the major airframe manufacturers, avionics manufacturers and airlines located around the globe. After a 6 month rugged field trial of the prototype systems, the eMAT will be going into production in Summer 2001.

 
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