2/9/2004 - Condor Engineering, a leading provider of military and commercial avionics databus solutions, announced that it has extended its line of high-performance, high-density PMC modules for ARINC 429 applications. The new CEI-830 interface complements the existing CEI-820 PMC module, increasing the number of ARINC 429 channels to 16 receive and 16 transmit in a single PMC slot.
The CEI-830 PMC module and provides complete, integrated databus functionality for ARINC 429, ARINC 575 and other 2-wire, 32-bit avionics protocols. The interface supports maximum data throughput on all channels while providing on-board message scheduling, label filtering, multiple buffering options, micro-second time-tagging and error injection/detection. Options include ruggedization, extended operating temperatures, conductive cooling and integrated IRIG B receiver/generator. IRIG B AM and DC level input signals can be used for time-tagging and the IRIG B DC output can be used to synchronize multiple boards.
"The new Condor CEI-830 addresses our customers' need for a high-density ARINC PMC solution with up to 32 ARINC channels," said Rick Schuh, Vice President of Sales at Condor Engineering. "This new addition to Condor's line of PMC solutions for the ARINC 429 protocol is ideally suited to lab and deployed applications where space is at a premium and a large volume of time-tagged data must be processed."
Standard features include:
About Condor Engineering
Condor Engineering is a leading supplier of avionics databus tools and solutions. The Condor product portfolio includes embedded, test, and simulation interfaces for Commercial (ARINC), and Military (MIL-STD-1553), avionics databuses. Condor is committed to total customer satisfaction, superior product quality and exceptional service, as demonstrated by its ISO 9001:2000 registration. Founded in 1989, Condor Engineering is headquartered in Santa Barbara, CA, and is supported by a worldwide network of manufacturer's representatives and distributors. For more information please visit Condor Engineering's web site at www.condoreng.com.
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