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ethernet switch Products

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PlatformsProtocols (max channel count)Concurrent
Multi-Protocol
Special Features
Ethernet Switch CardPMC
  • Gigabit Ethernet (1, plus 1 host port/NIC)
  • 10/100 Mb/s Ethernet (8)
Managed or unmanaged operation, Built-in Test (BIT), Extended Temperature, RoHS
Ethernet Switch BoxStand-alone, Ethernet
  • Gigabit Ethernet (1)
  • 10/100 Mb/s Ethernet (8)
Rugged Enclosure, Conduction Cooled, Managed or unmanaged operation, Built-in Test (BIT), Extended Temperature
AB3000 Series with
Ethernet Switch PMC
Stand-alone,
Ethernet
  • MIL-STD-1553 (4)
  • ARINC 429 (24)
  • ARINC 708 (4)
  • CANbus 2.0 (1)
  • ARINC 717 (2)
  • Serial (4)
  • Discrete I/O (48)
Rugged embedded computer, Intel processor, Video & audio I/O, Conduction or convection cooled, PMC expansion
AB2000 Series with
Ethernet Switch PMC
Stand-alone,
Ethernet
  • MIL-STD-1553 (4)
  • ARINC 429 (24)
  • ARINC 708 (4)
  • ARINC 717 (2)
  • Serial (2)
  • Discrete I/O (48)
Rugged embedded computer, PowerPC processor, DO-160 certified, Conduction or convection cooled, PMC expansion

Multi-Protocol products are capable of concurrently hosting more than one avionics protocol on a single product.

The MPR-ES-1 is a full-featured managed or unmanaged Ethernet switch implemented on a rugged, rear-I/O PMC card.

The AB2-ES is a full-featured managed or unmanaged Ethernet switch box suitable for fixed wing, helicopter and ground mobile applications.

The compact AB3000 is a highly flexible Intel® Atom based computer for demanding aerospace and ground mobile environments.

The Avionics BusBox 2000 Series product is a rugged, small, light-weight, conduction cooled, embedded computer with built-in avionics databus interfaces for 1553, 429, 708, and 717 with Serial, Ethernet, USB, Discretes, Flash, RAM and a real time clock for embedded operating systems such as Linux, VxWorks, Integrity and others.

Older products are classified as legacy if they are still in limited production. Most legacy products have a more modern alternative and should be not be designed into or used on new programs. Legacy products are subject to parts obsolescence and may become unavailable with little or no notice. Legacy products have a limited one year warranty.

Products are classified as obsolete when they are no longer in production either because there is no longer a demand for them or because parts to produce them are no longer available. Obsolete products should not be designed into or used on new programs. A limited number of new or refurbished obsolete products are sometimes available. Obsolete products have a limited 90 day warranty.

 
 
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