Rugged Remote Data Concentrators

North Atlantic Industries

Rugged Remote Data Concentrator (RDC) systems acquire information in real time…with no NRE

Remote data concentrators (RDCs) collect, process and format aircraft sensor data into a common digital output that is delivered to mission computers and other cockpit avionics. NAI’s series of off-the-shelf RDCs RDC-31CP0B (1-slot), RDC-33CP0B (3-slot), RDC-35CP0B (5-slot), are based on flexible I/Os and diverse configurations that handle a host of sensor inputs and other avionics functions in modern military aircraft. These RDCs serve as remote interface network-centric capable data hubs (i.e. in proximity to associated sensors and actuators) for processing discrete, and digital inputs from various aircraft sensors and sub-systems.

NAI’s rugged high speed, modular Analog, Digital and Communications interface and conversion devices are designed for mil-aero avionics systems like fixed-wing, rotorcraft and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) platforms. These preconfigured RDCs support applications requiring , , RTD, Thermocouple, Discrete I/O as well as Serial, ARINC 429/575 and CANBus for sensor interface or subsystem communications. The RDCs can be deployed quickly with no NRE costs and are also a perfect fit for applications where compact, low-power systems are required. See each SWaP-optimized RDC system for exact module complement.

With its adaptable modular, Custom-On-Standard Architecture™ (COSA®), NAI’s integrated RDCs seamlessly integrate with its intelligent, programmable, multifunction I/O modules – containing the highest packaging density and greatest flexibility of any multifunction I/O modules in the industry. COSA enables the delivery of interoperable and field-proven systems (or subsystems) designed to withstand the rigors of harsh environments.

For Model RDC-35CP0B

Eliminate man-months of integration with a preconfigured, field-proven Remote Data Concetrator from NAI.

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