BMC-SBC-UADI 717 PROTOCOL CONVERTER
Ì Transmit /Receive Modes
ARINC 717 + RS232
Ì Test and Simulation Features
Ì Transmit Mode
Ì Receive Mode
Ì Bus Monitor Mode
Single Board Computer - SBS
BMC Communications Corp. is pleased to introduce the first of its kind, the Universal Avionics Digital Interface (UADI), a plug-and-run device. The device uses a powerful 16-bit RISC low-power microcontroller, which allows firmware programming in the field through a computer.
The UADI supports a wide variety of communication protocols: MIL-STD-1553 dual redundant interface, ARINC 708/453, up to TWO ARINC two-wire PROTOCOLS such as 429/575/572/ 582/615/etc, and up to TWO RS-232 and ONE ARINC 573/717. The device also includes 8 analog inputs with 12-bit resolution, 8 general I/O with upgradeable capabilities.
The 1553 operates from a single 5-20 Volt supply. A variety of the SBC includes a voltage converter from input voltage from 18-36Volts.
A variety of applications like error injection-detection, sub-address selection, Major/Minor cycle frame, long loop test, etc can be easily implemented using BMC libraries. The unit operates as BC, RT or BM.
The SBC-UADI is an extremely low power device, conduction-cooled with RF protection. A DC/DC DC power converter with voltage input range from 18 V to 36 V and it small size make it a perfect solution for avionic applications.
Board is available in Commercial or Industrial ruggedized extended temperature grades.
Conduction-cooled with RF protection.
3” x 4”
Low Power 16 bit RISC processor
Operating temperature range: 0°C to +70°C
Available Extended Temperature -40°C to +85°C
Up to 95%
Extensive API library provided
Direct or transformer coupling
Power (1553- 50% duty cycle)
Stand-by Current less than 20 Ma
Arinc +12V & -12V – 50 Ma
5V – 1553 – 50% duty cycle <350mA
Warranty: programs up to 3 years hardware warranty