- Rugged 2 slot, 3U CompactPCI Powered Enclosure
- Designed for Harsh Mechanical, Climatic, Chemical and Electrical Stresses
- Environmentally Sealed Enclosure for Conduction-Cooled modules
- Compact and Lightweight for 2 Standard ANSI/VITA 30.1-2002 Conductioncooled,
- 3U CompactPCI Modules
- Conduction-cooled via Chassis Baseplate
- 28VDC Power Input per MIL-STD-704 with environmentally sealed, EMI/EMCcompliant
- Power Input Filter
- Standard Output, High Performance, Modular and Removable Power Supply
- Customized Front Panel – Circular MIL-DTL-38999 Connectors
2-Slot 3U Environmentally Sealed CompactPCI Enclosure
Aitech’s E192 cold plate cooled enclosure is built to be rugged and reliable as well as lightweight and compact. EMI/RFI protected and environmentally sealed, the E192 is capable of withstanding extreme environmental conditions of altitude, temperature, moisture, shock, vibration, EMI and chemical exposure, making it ideal for use in military and aerospace environments.
The E192 chassis utilizes a bonded and fastened construction technique and is made of durable CNC machined 6061-T6 aluminium. Stepped corner joints enhance structural and EMI integrity. All fasteners are stainless steel and removable panel threaded holes have self-locking stainless steel helicoils to withstand severe vibration and shock.
The E192 accommodates 2 conduction-cooled 3U CompactPCI board per VITA 30.1-2002 with 0.8-inch pitch, and a 3U conduction-cooled power supply. The backplane is 3U CompactPCI compliant with J1 and J2 connectors in all slots. DC input power is routed to the power supply via a separate screened harness so as to prevent radiated or conducted EMI. All I/O signals from both CompactPCI slots are routed via the transition module to the Rear I/O Transition Module access panel with standard D connectors that can be easily customized for specific applications.
The conduction-cooled, VITA30.1-2002 compliant boards are environmentally sealed within the chassis. The CompactPCI boards are positively clamped to the side walls of the chassis providing a direct thermal path to the base plate. The power supply’s DC to DC converters come in direct contact with the base plate.