DDC Launches Class K Resolver-To-Digital Converter

8/25/2003 - Data Device Corporation announces the release of its new Class K high performance resolver-to-digital monolithic converter, the RDC-19229S-4XX series. This Class K resolver-to-digital converter will provide design engineers with a low cost, short lead-time solution for space applications. DDC will offer this Class K part as a standard off-the-shelf option.

The RDC-19229S-4XX series provides features such as programmable 10, 12, 14, and 16-bit resolution, programmable bandwidth and tracking rates, +5volt only input power, and internal synthesized reference. “Today’s space programs require tighter schedules and lower costs” says Jack Redus, Marketing Manager of DDC’s Motion Control Products Line. “This standard off-the-shelf R/D converter will shorten lead time and cost.” Typical space applications include motor control, positioning and reaction wheels. The RDC-19229S-4XX series has an operating temperature range of –55 to +125oC and comes in a 16 x 16 mm, 44-pin, ceramic quad flat pack. The RDC-19229S-4XX series is currently available with lead times of 4 weeks.

Data Device Corporation is an international leader in high-reliability data conversion interface components and subsystems for military and commercial applications. Established in 1964 with the introduction of the first synchro-to-digital module, DDC has design and manufacturing facilities in their Bohemia, New York headquarters and Cork, Ireland.

Previous Page | News by Category | News Search

If you found this page useful, bookmark and share it on: