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Electronic products designed, built and tested to survive.

An automobile can generally be expected to run about 100,000 miles, or an average of 2,500 hours, before problems arise. Provided the automobile is well-maintained and not abused.

By comparison, heavy-duty equipment engines are larger, more electronically complex and often operated in extreme electrical and environmental conditions. The electronics in this type of machinery must be durable enough to withstand such harsh treatment. 10G sets design targets to a minimum of 10,000 hours (for displays) to 20,000 hours (for non-display electronics) under intense and rigorous working conditions.

From production to implementation, our products are designed and tested to survive unpredictable and punitive conditions such as extreme heat, cold, chemicals, corrosives, moisture- even submersion, reverse charges and high voltage spikes. Why? Because that's reality in the heavy-duty industry. And, because you need to rely on your equipment's electronic displays, controllers and communication systems to work- despite the environment.

 

We don't strive to meet industry standards. We exceed them.
At 10G, industry standards are simply minimum requirements. We believe in providing high quality products that can withstand the most extreme and even unpredictable conditions. To achieve that, we strive to meet standards and specifications that go beyond industry benchmarks to guarantee excellence in quality and reliability.

 
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