Hatteland Display

Leading Maritime Display Manufacturer Expands Popular Maritime Stand-Alone Computer Range

Leading Maritime Display Manufacturer Expands Popular Maritime Stand-Alone Computer Range

Hatteland Display

Hatteland Display has launched two new stand-alone computers the HT B17 and HT B18.

The new HT B17 is based on the previous HT B07, and the new HT B18 is based on the previous HT B08 maritime stand-alone computers, both with upgraded performance. Featuring an enhanced cooling system, the new HT B17 and HT B18 are high-quality computers with a long operational life span and low service costs.

Both models are completely soundless, configured without fans, and hard drives and moving parts. They are equipped with HDD-free solution with SSD storage which ensures fast data transfers to minimise boot time, all within a nicely designed, compact aluminium chassis.

Flexible and highly compatible systems

The new models are equipped with new motherboards of the latest technology, increased computing performance and lower power consumption. Both feature heat pipe cooling technology and interchangeable CPU. Multipower (both AC and DC power) is standard on HT B17 and HT B18 models, making them compatible with any power systems on any vessel and highly flexible for system integrators and shipbuilders.

The HT B17 is the slim version of the HT B18 offering the same technical performance. It is ideal for narrow space applications, such as retrofit.

The HT B18 measures twice the size of the HT B17 in height, and is equipped with PCI/PCIe support, and provides the opportunity to add on capacity.

"The latest addition to our computer range expands our product offerings to meet our customer's needs for smaller, fanless, low power-consuming computers," , says Lars Skjelbred-Eriksen, VP sales and marketing. "The market response has been overwhelming, and we will soon deliver the first HT B17 and HT B18 to our key customers. Hatteland Display continues to develop improved solutions for its customers and this latest addition emphasizes our increased focus and competency within computer products."

Both computers have passed the testing at DNV according the maritime standard EN60945. Recognition by all the classification societies will follow this process, when these bodies will then issue their certifications.