A rugged (or ruggedized) solution is a product specifically featured to operate reliably in harsh environments and conditions, including strong vibrations, extreme temperatures, and wet or dusty conditions. Some rugged test methods validate robustness in order to meet a product's stringent requirements, such as MIL-STD-810G test methods for shock and vibration, and the IP rating system determines how dustproof and waterproof products really are.
Military-grade Shock & Vibration Resistance (MIL-STD-810G)
For rugged or in-vehicle applications, shock and vibration can drastically impact the whole system. Passing a series of
MIL-STD-810G test methods to simulate real environmental conditions, MemxPro’s 2.5" SSDs with aluminum pressure die casting enclosures are proven to withstand high levels of shock and vibration strain, ensuring total durability and long-term reliability for challenging and mission-critical applications.
Conformal Coating for Best Dust & Water Resistance (IP65/68)
According to your requirements, MemxPro can apply a special protective coating on selected products against moisture, dust, and chemical contaminants, preventing short circuits and corrosion to achieve an IP65/68 rating; the highest dustproof and waterproof level. The exact coating will vary depending on established standard operating conditions for an application. Intended for use on printed circuit assemblies, the acrylic conformal coating product we use is MIL-I-46058C qualified, IPC-CC-830 and RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC compliant, and recognized under UL File Number E105698.