Rugged LRU with T2081 processor, MIL-STD-1553 and ARINC 429
|Product Name||Form Factor||Processor||Conformal Coating||Cooling||I/O||Maximum Storage||Environmental|
|FORCE2C Flight Certifiable Mission Computer||3U Boxed, VPX 3U||QorIQ T2081 @ 1.8 GHz||Yes||Conduction||ARINC 429, Gigabit Ethernet, MIL-STD-1553, USB, logic level discrete ports, RS-232, RS-422, extended RS-232||MIL-STD-810G, DO-160G, MIL-STD-461G, MIL-STD-704F|
|SBC314C Flight-Certifiable Single Board Computer||VPX 3U||QorIQ T2081 @ 1.8 GHz||Yes||Gigabit Ethernet, GPIO, RS232/422, SATA, Serial, USB 2.0||64GB|
|RAR15XC Flight-Certifiable Avionics Interface||Mezzanine, XMC||Yes||ARINC 429, Discrete, MIL-STD-1553||DO-254 Artefacts|
Some aircraft designers and systems integrators already design computers in-house. For these companies, the question must be asked, just because you can, should you? Anything that distracts you from your core competencies could result in project overruns, delays or failure.