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Chassis Plans Exhibiting at West 2013 Defense & Technology Exposition

SAN DIEGO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/26/13 -- Chassis Plans is exhibiting at the largest state-of-the-art defense and technology exposition and conference on the West Coast at the San Diego Convention Center, January 29-31. The Western Conference and Exposition -- West 2013 -- is co-sponsored by the AFCEA and the U.S. Naval Institute and features exhibits from more than 300 technology leaders and discussions by leading military experts.

At the exposition, Chassis Plans is showcasing its newest hardware, including the TFX-19 Tri-fold LCD monitor and the M1U-20 Rugged 1U Rackmount Computer. The TFX-19 LCD monitor has a ruggedized construction which makes it an ideal monitor for military and industrial applications. The M1U-20 Rugged 1U Rackmount Computer is well suited for harsh environmental conditions with a ruggedized 1U chassis, proprietary SysCool™ thermal management system, and built-in system component redundancy. Visit Chassis Plans at booth #1422 to see their military computers and displays and up close.

West 2013 is the largest event on the West Coast for communications, electronics, intelligence, information systems, imaging, military weapon systems, aviation, shipbuilding, and more. Focusing on "Pivot to the Pacific: What are the Practical and Global Implications?", West 2013 will feature leading military experts and analysts addressing various topics related to national defense including budgets, cyber warfare, the Chinese navy, and much more.

About Chassis Plans - Chassis Plans domestically designs, fabricates, and integrates standard and custom high-performance computing platforms and LCD displays for military, industrial, and commercial markets. With an in-house engineering department utilizing SolidWorks modeling software, Chassis Plans offers standard ruggedized products and can design and build rapid prototype products that meet a client's unique environmental requirements in areas such as shock and vibration, storage and operating temperatures, and air filtration. Chassis Plans is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company that has been in operation in Southern California for over a decade.

For more information, please visit our website at www.chassis-plans.com or contact a Sales Engineer at 858-571-4330.

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