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Hetec Multiviewer V-Switch Quad XP passes maritime certification

by Stuart Berry March 21, 2017

Hetec Maritime Certification

 

Hetec's Multiviewer V-Switch Quad XP has successfully qualified for the certification according to the maritime standard IEC 60945 for KVM devices.

Gaining Maritime certification is not easy! Hetec's engineers needed to go through numerous arduous tests in the areas of environment (heat, cold, vibration), safety and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).

Especially in the maritime sector the highest attention is placed on robustness and security based on increased environmental conditions. More and more processes have to be monitored on ships around the clock. Extremely robust and durable KVM products provide compliance with all technical requirements and allow space-saving installation of control monitors or consoles in the command bridge of ships while the computers are protected in a server room.

Many Congratulations to Hetec for this impressive achievement!




Stuart Berry
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