A MIL-STD-810F six-channel power supply provides 400 W of output across an operating temperature range from -45°C to +85°C. The PSC-6234 from Dawn VME Products sports VITA 62 power connector pin-out and full OpenVPX support. The 3U VPX devices are available in plug-in or bulkhead-mounted form factors for air-cooled or conduction-cooled applications.
A USB port on the front I/O panel simplifies post-deployment firmware upgrades. An I2C communication link connects the Rugged System Health Monitor (RuSHTM) with system cards to allow real-time protective control for over-voltage, over-current and over-temperature conditions for all voltage rails, along with factory programmable power sequencing and shutdown.
The PSC-6234 combines commercial off-the-shelf availability and pricing with broad configurability that allows users to monitor humidity, shock /vibration events, custom monitoring windows, power sequencing, alerts, alarms, status and control, and more. The ruggedized device is qualified for land, sea, and airborne applications, including UAVs.
3U VPX on 1" pitch.
True six-channel design.
VITA 48.2 compliant inject and eject.
Current share compatible with additional PSC-6234 units.
Up to 400 watts output at 28 or 48 V input.
Input voltage 18-36 VDC, 36-75 VDC.
Voltage rails: +12V (VS1), +3.3V (VS2), +5V (VS3), Aux +12V, Aux -12V, Aux +3.3V, VBAT +3.0V typical.
Onboard RuSHTM Rugged System Health Monitor.
I2C status and control interface.
Models for air, conduction to bulkhead and conduction to wedge lock cooled applications.
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