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Parvus unleashes 100-watt power supplies for military

28 Aug 2012

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DC/DC power supply boards from Parvus Corporation come with built-in MIL-STD power conditioning and EMI filtering for military ground vehicles and aircraft installations.

The PWR-21-11 (PC/104-Plus form factor) and PWR-22-11 (PCI/104-Express form factor) galvanically isolated DC/DC converter modules provide 100 watts of combined power output (+3.3V, +5V, +12V) and come equipped with MIL-STD-461 EMI filtering and transient protections for demanding 250V spike and 100V surge requirements under MIL-STD-1275.

They support an 18-36V DC input range for 24/28VDC applications and typically eliminate the need for additional in-line power conditioning/EMI filtering devices in military embedded systems.

The small form factor (3.550" x 3.775" / 90x 96 mm) cards are designed to be used in a PC/104, PC/104-Plus, PCI-104, PCIe104, or PCI/104-Express embedded system stack, operate without any active cooling over extended temperature ranges (-40 to +85C per MIL-STD-810G), and provide resistance to high levels of shock and vibration (per MIL-STD-810G fixed wing jet, rotary aircraft, and tracked ground vehicle conditions).

The PWR-21-11 and PWR-22-11 power supplies are integrated into various Parvus MIL-STD-810/1275/704/461 qualified DuraCOR mission computers, DuraNET Ethernet switches, and DuraMAR mobile IP router subsystems.

The product is designed to meet MIL-STD-810G (Environmental), MIL-STD-1275D and MIL-STD-704F (Voltage Input, Surges, Spikes, Transients), MIL-STD-461F (Conducted Emissions & Susceptibility). Samples will be available during Q4 2012.




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