Rugged Power Converter Unveiled by North Atlantic Industries

MaritimeEquipment.com
Tuesday, July 30, 2013

North Atlantic Industries (NAI) announces the availability of its latest 3U, rugged cPCI power product — the 55RQ2 , ideally suited for harsh land, air and sea applications.

The 55RQ2 provides up to 300 watts of power with four outputs and is compliant with MIL-STD-704F. Other features include reverse polarity protection, current share, advanced programmability with BIT features, as well as a built-in EMI Filter compatible with MIL-STD-461 compliant systems.

Lino Massafra VP Sales and Marketing said: “The 55RQ2 gives our customers the added capability of meeting stringent power, reporting and BIT requirements in a compact, rugged COTS package. The 55RQ2 is PICMG 2.11 compliant and fits in a 3U cPCI, 0.8” pitch slot and is IPMB compatible. In addition the 55RQ2 is user configurable for power sequencing and ramp rates."

 “Many of today’s military systems rely heavily on power supplies that can withstand rugged, conduction-cooled environments and MIL-STD-704F low/high voltage transients. The 55RQ2 is the latest in a complete line of cPCI power converters that supports some of today’s most demanding system power requirements.”

lboccone@naii.com

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