Elma electronic, inc. private company information – bloomberg m gasol

Elma Electronic, Inc. designs and manufactures electronic enclosures and passive electronic components in the United States. It offers enclosures, cabinets, switches, light emitting diode arrays, and knobs, as well as provides design/integration services. The company also provides XMCStor, a mezzanine storage solution designed for high speed data access and system boot operations; VPX-300, an OpenVPX reference platform designed to ensure interoperability among 3U VPX boards used within high performance compute intensive applications; embedded vision systems for imaging data offload and transfer; and high speed controllers and storage modules for applications in data capacity and read/write p…

Elma Electronic, Inc. designs and manufactures electronic enclosures and passive electronic components in the United States. It offers enclosures, cabinets, switches, light emitting diode arrays, and knobs, as well as provides design/integration services. The company also provides XMCStor, a mezzanine storage solution designed for high speed data access and system boot operations; VPX-300, an OpenVPX reference platform designed to ensure interoperability among 3U VPX boards used within high performance compute intensive applications; embedded vision systems for imaging data offload and transfer; and high speed controllers and storage modules for applications in data capacity and read/write performance. In addition, it offers miniature rotary encoders for test and measurement in outdoor environments, as well as for use in industrial control environments; and aviation cockpits, and transportation and construction applications. The company serves telecommunications, industrial control, medical electronics, defense, and aerospace industries in the Americas. It has sales, engineering, and manufacturing operations in California. The company was incorporated in 1985 and is headquartered in Fremont, California with sales/engineering offices in Atlanta, Georgia; Washington, the District of Columbia; and Boston, Massachusetts. Elma Electronic, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Elma Electronic AG.

Elma Electronic Inc. has expanded its iD-Box enclosure line with the iD-Case 18. The new enclosure uses a combination of magnetic connections and hidden screws that provides simple access to internal electronics through an easily removable top panel. This reduces system integration complexity as well as hassles with upgrades and maintenance. The modern design of the iD-Case 18 is not only stylish, but functional as well. The surrounding aluminum frame functions as front panel as well as integrates a carrying handle on the back. The front panel can be positioned vertically or set at a 20° angle to the supporting surface, so the user can comfortably view the enclosure in either a seated or standing position. Foldable feet provide additional positioning flexibility. Available in four standard configurations, the iD-Case 18 is sized for most common enclosure designs. For an individualized look, the enclosure can be customized to adapt specifically to the user’s requirements or corporate design. Modifications that can be integrated by Elma include the controls, touchscreen displays and internal electronics. Pricing for the iD-Case 18 starts at $300.00. Delivery is 4 weeks ARO.

Elma Electronic Inc. announced it has added EKF Elektronik, a premier designer of boards based on 3U CompactPCI Serial and PMC/XMC mezzanine standards, to its partner ecosystem. EKF brings 40 years of technical expertise in modular industrial computing to Elma’s portfolio of building blocks for embedded system solutions. Engineers designing industrial applications will benefit from the addition of EKF’s rich set of standards-based I/O products to Elma’s portfolio. By extending its partner network, Elma can now provide enhanced embedded integration to industrial system designers. The CompactPCI Serial (PICMG S.0) specification supports higher bandwidth processors and interfaces than its predecessor, CompactPCI (PICMG 2.0). EKF’s I/O and high performance 3U CPU boards enable smaller, modular system implementations based on an accepted industry standard. A better performance versus cost ratio makes EKF’s products a value-oriented alternative that meets the industrial market’s expectations for higher performance in today’s machine control, automation, vision systems and railway computing systems. Elma will act as both value added re-seller and integration partner for EKF’s 3U CompactPCI Serial CPUs and I/O embedded computing products in the Americas.