Anderson Connectivity’s KPSU Provides ARINC 792-Compliant Power and Isolation for Efficient Flat Panel ESA’s
KEY FEATURES OF THE KPSU-LITE
·100% compliant with the ARINC 792 mechanical interface & electrical connector/pin arrangements
·Designed for DO-160G
Signal Protection Modules include:
·ARINC 429 Inertial Navigation System data
·Modem or Aircraft Discrete Signals
·100BaseT Ethernet Switch
·ANSI/TIA/EIA-485 and ANSI/TIA/EIA-422 input and outputs, with optional standard conversion
“The KPSU-Lite is focused on providing OEM’s and System Integrators a cost-effective, qualifiable, near-COTS solution for emerging ARINC 792 IFEC systems. It offers a direct benefit for the airlines in terms of Life Cycle Cost, and allows the OEM’s and System Integrators to focus on their core competencies and design to a common interface.”
-Brian Anderson, President of Anderson Connectivity
Smaller and Lighter than ARINC 792 Allocations
At half the height of a standard KPSU chassis and weighing only 9.0 pounds, the KPSU-Lite supplies up to 400W of clean, filtered, and isolated DC power in accordance with ARINC 792’s Single-Phase KPSU embodiment.
Innovation in Signal Protection
The KPSU-Lite contains a variety of Signal Protection Modules (SPM’s) to isolate signals coming from other LRU’s and/or aircraft systems and condition them for use by Outside Antenna Equipment.
Environmentally Rated and Simple to Integrate
All components, including the isolated AC/DC converter, associated input and output filtering, and Signal Protection Modules have environmentally rated components and retention, coordinated and layered EMI control measures, and heritage with previously qualified and deployed products designed and
produced by Anderson Connectivity.