COM Express Carriers

 
  cec605 100  CEC-604 The EGS CEC-604 COM Express carrier board provides both Type 2 and Type 6 support in addition to a range of standard Interfaces. Typically used as the carrier in an application specific design or alternatively as a development platform.  
   cr300 100  CR300 The Radisys CR300 provides COM Express Type 6 support in addition to a wide range of device connectivity for prototyping and to assist development.   
   C605 Carrier  C605 Portwell's Mini-ATX Form Factor, COM Express Evaluation and development Carrier Board.  
         
         
         
         
         
         
     

Product Range

 
  mffpc 120 MPC 800 The EGS COTS Mobile PC are typically used in harsh environments where PC functionality provides a functional or Information solution. Our standard units may be used in an application specific design, for Proof of Concept, or customised to address unique Form, Fit and Function requirements. The major benefit of a COTS (Commercial Off The Shelf) solution is the reduced Time to Market; using a standard hardware platform and allowing you to focus on your added value.  
  mfcpc 120 MPC 804 Rugged Enclosures, Range of display sizes, Touch Screen or Buttons, Ethernet, USB, Serial, 9-36VDC Operation, Rated to IP65 or better, Custom options available  
  msrvr 120 MPC SRVR Rugged Server, Ethernet, USB,
Serial, 9-36VDC Operation, Custom options available
 
  mdt710 120 MDT 710 Through Panel Mount, Sealed Membrane Keypad, Serial Interface,
2x20 Display, Numeric & Function keys, Custom options
 
  mdt720 120 MDT 720 Through Panel Mount, Sealed Membrane Keypad, Serial Interface,
8x40 Display, Alpha, Numeric & Function keys, Custom options
 
  ikp201 120 IKP 201 Through Panel Mount, Membrane Click Action Keys, USB,
Serial, Custom options, Custom programming software
AFE Displays SCADA compatible
   rms220 120 RMS 220 The 20-inch deep, NEBS carrier-grade network appliance platform is designed with both flexibility and serviceability in mind. The RMS-220 allows up to four front I/O modules, five front storage modules (HDD or SSD), redundant AC or DC power supply units (PSUs) and front serviceable fans that can be replaced in the field without de-racking the system.  
   IMS 56 IMS A small 'Brick' format server for fixed and mobile applications. By utilising COM-E as a platform strategy the Integrated Modular Server has the flexibility of offering performance, scalability and technology future proofing.  

 

Design & Manufacturing Services

We Design, Manufacture and Supply at the level of Integration to meet your business needs.

EGS specialise in be-spoke electronic and software solutions design and manufacture. The key to the success of EGS is thepick place 3 range and depth of the technical skills available within the company. These skills encompass Electronic Design, Software Design and Mechanical design.

With our in-house manufacturing capability we can offer a complete design and a small to medium volume supply service for OEM's, with the facility for high quality in-house Rapid Prototyping of boards and systems.

Scope of Services

•    Conceptual design
•    Schematic design to specification
•    PCB layout and manufacture (IPC Class2, IPC Class 3)
•    Rapid Prototyping
•    Cost optimisation and EOL component management
•    Software Development, embedded and enterprise solutions
•    Mechanical and Electrical design
•    Thermal testing
•    Shock and Vibration testing
•    Integration Services
•    Turnkey Systems (Gold Disk pre load)
•    Logistics (Drop Ship to customer)

Design Examples

COM Express Carrier design and manufacture
We have designed many COM-E carriers for a diverse range of applications using both Type 2 and Type 6 modules. The designs have embraced Military specifications, Thermal and size constraints, mobile computing and the vagaries of Industrial systems.

Asset Management
Utilising combinations of RFID tagging, GPS location tracking and Bar Coding in conjunction with SQL Database management of the data.

Mobile Data Terminals
Used in various fleet operations for security, dispatch, logistics, vehicle management and delivery monitoring. Utilising the latest Microcontrollers interfacing to CAN Bus, Displays, GPIO and PMR.

 

PECU Logger

Unmetered electricity is used by street lights, traffic lights and other similar electrical equipment. In total, unmetered energy accounts for about 1.25% of the UK’s total electricity consumption. The largest volume of unmetered energy is consumed by street lights.

Recent changes to the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) regulations mean that local authorities can save in the region of 1% of their street lighting energy cost by investing in a PECU Logger to calculate their unmetered energy consumption based on ‘Dynamic Half Hourly data’.

Dynamic Half Hourly is the most accurate trading method available for unmetered supplies. It uses the data available from a PECU Array to accurately calculate kWh consumption each day. It is referred to as ‘Dynamic’ because it is set up to dynamically record the actual switch on / off times of lighting units within the Customers inventory; Meter Administrators use this information for the energy usage calculations.

PECU Logger Mk4 (Patent Applied For)

EGS is the UK’s leading provider of PECU Loggers to street lighting authorities and is pleased to introduce the latest in PECU pecu logger 1Logger technology, the PECU Logger Mk4. Building on our experience and the success of the Mk1,2 and Mk3 PECU Loggers, we have made use of the latest micro computer technologies whilst crucially retaining compatibility with legacy metering software and offering future proofing capabilities to protect your investment.

The Mk4 integrates a GSM modem for wireless connectivity, whilst still providing support for any customers with a legacy wired telephone connection. This simplifies and reduces the cost of installation by not requiring a landline connection to the roof.

The new Mk4 also introduces a more accurate clock than previous systems utilising ‘Cellular Network Time’ as a clock reference. There is also the option to implement a M2M connection or if there is a requirement in the future to utilise a ‘Cloud’ based data transfer model.

Following revisions to the ELEXON BSCP520 document, we have been able to make the light meter optional thereby reducing the initial cost of the system and also removing the cost of on-going calibration.

Further details can be found in the data sheet