Rugged Industrial Computer and Networking Technologies

Mid-Atlantic Rugged Systems is a value-added distributor of rugged computer and networking products that are specifically engineered to operate in harsh usage environments, such as


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Harsh Environment and Wide Temperature Computers

Mid-Atlantic Rugged Systems offers a variety of rugged technology, including wide temperature computer networking devices and wide temperature industrial pc options that are able to withstand harsh conditions for industrial or military markets.

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we can configure customized rugged devices to suit your application or industrial needs.

Reliable Network Redundancy

Moxa's Turbo Ring supports three topology options (ring coupling, dual-ring, and dual homing) to reduce redundant network cabling and network planning costs, and to ensure the high reliability of your industrial network applications.

Moxa's EDS-408A Series is designed specifically for industrial applications. The ready-to use Turbo Ring can be easily set up using the web-based management interface.

Serial Connectivity Solutions

Deliver a highly reliable and low cost solution to bring your legacy equipment up to speed. Mid-Atlantic Rugged Systems offers a robust variety of serial connectivity solutions designed specifically for the industrial market.

Moxa's device servers can conveniently and transparently connect 8 serial devices to an Ethernet network, allowing you to network your existing serial devices with only basic configuration. 

Mid-Atlantic Rugged Systems takes pride in helping our customers design and implement the industrial computer and rugged networking solutions that we offer.

It is critical to choose the right product for your specific application, which is why we focus on narrowing down to the simplest, most cost effective solution.  

Feel free to contact us directly for any lead time and pricing requests.

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