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WLANmall announces availability of Techaya MILTECH 309

12 Sep 2013

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WLANmall said Techaya has made available its military-grade fast Ethernet switch on board MILTECH 309 with size smaller than a credit card and weight at only 0.09 lbs.

The MILTECH 309, which operates at 10 and 100 Mbit/s and at wire-speed at ports, can provide OEMs with Fast Ethernet capabilities for internal IP connectivity in small avionic and autonomous vehicle systems. The product can also be installed on system-level boards to allow for Ethernet connectivity using board-to-board connectors.

The MILTECH 309 is based on the MILTECH 308, which is known for its small size, weight, and power (SWaP) requirements. "Our MILTECH 308 is a MIL-SPEC Ethernet switch that leads the industry for its SWaP requirements. However, we still had great demand for a board-level version of the product for extremely tight spaces or as an add-on to an existing board-level computing system already designed in to the UAV," said Ronen Isaac, WLANmall vice president. "The MILTECH 309 gives OEMs and UAV manufacturers the ability to add in Ethernet switching capabilities at a system board level when they don't need an Ethernet switch in MIL-SPEC housing."

The MILTECH 309 consumes only 2W of power and uses 5VDC, which can be supplied through a USB connection. Its ruggedized design feature mechanical packaging enhancements designed for MILSTD-461E, MILSTD-810F/G/GM and IP68 compliance when installed in an appropriate enclosure.




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