Beta Transformer Technology Corp., a subsidiary of Data Device Corp., has launched the BXC-A-3, MIL-STD-1553 data bus couplers designed for use in systems development, benchtop test and flight maintenance applications.
The coupler delivers high-reliability and optimum MIL-STD-1553 data bus performance in a miniature footprint by utilizing Beta’s compact and field proven MIL-PRF-21038 transformers. The BXC-A-3 operates over the full military temperature range of -55°C to +130°C. BXC-A-3 features: . Full MIL-STD-1553 compatibility . Single- and multi-stub versions . Ideal for test system development & flight maintenance use . Custom designs accepted . Miniature configurations . Beta designed transformers . High reliability coupler . EMI protection . Industry standard connectors . MIL-R-39007 Q.P.L. resistors . Low cost . Two-year warranty
Data bus interconnect accessories are also available
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