Euro Hawk UAS employs VPT DC-DC converters and EMI filters

MANCHING, Germany, 5 Sept. 2013. The Euro Hawk unmanned aircraft system (UAS) set a flight-endurance record while using high-efficiency DC-DC converters and electromagnetic interference (EMI) filters from VPT in Bothell, Wa.

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Euro Hawk

MANCHING, Germany, 5 Sept. 2013. The Euro Hawk unmanned aircraft system (UAS) set a flight-endurance record while using high-efficiency DC-DC converters and electromagnetic interference (EMI) filters from VPT in Bothell, Wa.

The Euro Hawk UAS flew non-stop for 25.3 hours in European airspace and reached 58,600 feet over Manching Air Base in Germany. The flight represented the longest duration flown in European skies by an un-refuelled UAS in the more than 30,000-pound class.

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