Upgraded MIL-STD-1553 avionics databus terminal with autonomous built-in self-test introduced by DDC
BOHEMIA, N.Y. – Data Device Corp. (DDC) in Bohemia, N.Y., is introducing an upgraded version of the BU-67743LC Nano-ACE RT MIL-STD-1553 avionics databus terminal, to offer increased 32K-by-17 RAM including parity capability, autonomous built-in self-test, and the option to auto-initialize from an external EEPROM.
The Nano-ACE BC/RT/MT uses a fast 50 MHz Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) to reduce pin count and ultra-small package that enables systems designers to create more compact and higher density boards. The DDC Mini-ACE series has been in operation since 1999 with more than 800 million hours of in-service history.
The BU-67833LC Nano-ACE's efficient 3.3-volt transceivers minimize power consumption and heat dissipation, enabling further avionics board miniaturization through the use of smaller power and heat sinking components.
Benefits include interoperability with a wide variety of processors; four-wire interface; 7-by-7-millimeter QFN package; can replace two transceivers, MIL-STD-1553 protocol core, and memory; support for BC or RT or monitor modes, and RT/monitor modes; built-in self-text with autonomous operation; and Software and register compatibility with ACE, Mini-ACE, Enhanced Mini-ACE, Micro-ACE, and Mini-ACE Mark3 series remote databus terminals.
For more information contact DDC online at www.ddc-web.com.
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