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Argon products, including displays and computers, are all designed to have a fully enclosed mechanical package. There are no internal or external fans required for cooling. There are no obvious ingress points for liquid or even the smallest of particles.


With no need for installation measures to accomodate cooling, the Argon product can be installed in a larger variety of locations, requires no special system cooling or protection provisions and can be mounted in a larger number of ways. With no fans, the unit MTBF is higer and there is lower (no) noise generated.

Argon accomplishes this with no compromse to MTBF over the specified operating temperature range. Our propriatary design techniques ensure that internally generated heat is moved to the surface of the unit and away from the components.

In addition to the above benefits, our products can be used in a larger number of harsh environments with no need for console mounting to protect he sides and back of the unit (if an external mount is preferred). This means that the Argon design inherently supports resistance to sand, dust, water and other particulants thay may reduce the life of the unit or induce failures for all sides of the unit


Argon displays are designed to have the smallest bezel width in the industry. Stated another way, the ratio of the viewable area to the total surface area is the largest to be found on the market.


By designing display monitors with the smallest possible bezel outlines, we provide customers with the possibility of using a larger Argon rugged display within the same allocated space of their application. For example, we may get an inquiry or a 10" rugged display, only to learn that the customer can incorporate our 12" rugged display with no changes to their aperture opening or rack space. This provides their customer with a better viewing experience with no impact to their system design.

A "hidden" benefit is that because Argon designs the smallest possible mechanical package from the outset, it becomes easier to incorporate functions or additional I/O that the customer may need and only then we increase the size of the unit, and as little as possible, maybe not at all. Coming at the design from this perspective, as opposed to designing the unit with "extra" space from he beginning ensures the customer has the most compact unit possible with no wasted space.