Press Releases for 2014

December 2014

Bohemia, New York (December 2014) Data Device Corporation (DDC) introduces new 2-Channel (RP-26321000NX) and 4-Channel (RP-26311000NX) SSPCs, featuring 100 amp per channel high current throughput capability, and extremely low power dissipation, in small form factor solutions that enable highly efficient and compact system design. These high power density solutions minimize size and cooling requirements, enabling system designers to expand functionality while reducing overall Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP).

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November 2014

Bohemia, New York (November 2014) Data Device Corporation (DDC) introduces a new 32-Channel Solid-State Power Controller (RP-26611000N0) featuring high power density and advanced programmability, to offer significant Size, Weight, Power and Cost (SWaP-C) savings, improved reliability and smart power control, in a standard 6U form factor.

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November 2014

Bohemia, New York (November 2014) Data Device Corporation introduces a ARINC 429 & ARINC 717 Mini PCIe board offering all of the functionality of our full-sized ARINC 429/717 boards, in a small Mini PCIe form factor. The DD-40001H060 offers six ARINC 429/717 channels and DDC's most advanced ARINC 429 Multi-I/O AceXtreme® architecture, featuring fully programmable transmission speeds and full error injection. The first 2 ARINC 429 channels can be programmed to be ARINC 717, allowing flexibility to communicate with Digital Flight Data Acquisition Units and Digital Flight Data Recorders. The board also offers two types of I/O connectors, allowing the user to select the best connector for each application.

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July 2014

Bohemia, New York (July 2014) Data Device Corporation (DDC) introduces a new speed and torque BLDC motor controller offering advanced programmability, via an easy-to-use Graphical User Interface (GUI), to provide a turnkey solution that can be easily tuned for use with a wide variety of brushless DC motors and loads using either Hall sensor or sensorless feedback. The PW-82560N0’s ease of programmability reduces time-to-market costs and in-house development efforts by enabling key system parameters to be easily tuned during system development, and then reprogrammed for use in multiple or evolving applications. Beyond these valuable cost and time saving benefits, the PW-82560N0’s compact, highly-efficient single-module design provides Size, Weight, Power and Cost (SWaP-C) savings, while ensuring highly linear speed and current accuracy and high MTBF, making it an ideal motor control solution for military applications such as gun turrets, pumps, fans, compressors, missile fin control, and rotating antennas; and industrial applications such as pumps, actuators, valves, and robotics.

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May 2014

Bohemia, New York (May 2014) Data Device Corporation introduces new Multi-Protocol Data Bus Networking XMC and PMC cards capable of supporting all avionic I/O requirements. The card’s high channel mix enables this single, compact solution to replace several individual I/O cards providing significant Size, Weight, Power and Cost (SWaP-C) savings. The BU-67118 XMC/PMC cards utilize the world's most advanced data bus networking technology to deliver low power dissipation, high MTBF, and high performance for rugged environments. Unique features include onboard DMA and 4 Kbyte address space boundaries for critical real-time applications.

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May 2014

Bohemia, New York (May 2014) Data Device Corporation (DDC) introduces the industry’s lightest and smallest form factor Synchro Booster Amplifier for shipboard applications. The SBA-3500X is the latest product offering in DDC’s expanding portfolio of motion feedback solutions for the defense and aerospace markets. It’s 25VA output drive enables synchro or resolver signals to be amplified to high-power 90V synchro signals required to drive multiple CT (Control Transformer), CDX (Control Differential Transmitter) and TR (Torque Receiver) loads. The high-efficiency, high-power capability, and compactness of these units make them ideal for training simulators, remote indicators, gunfire control, and retransmission systems.

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May 2014

Bohemia, New York (May 2014) Data Device Corporation (DDC) introduces a new speed and torque BLDC motor controller using advanced Digital Signal Processing (DSP) to provide a turnkey solution that can be easily tuned for use with different motors and loads. The PW-82535N0’s programmability enables the key parameters including speed or torque mode, number of motor poles, maximum speed, PWM frequency, current limit, and PID control constants to be tuned during system development. This reduces time-to-market efforts and costs, and allows the controller to be subsequently re-tuned to support multiple or evolving applications. The PW-82535N0 provides trapezoidal motor commutation and PWM switching, and can operate in either torque or nested speed/torque control modes using Hall Effect sensor feedback, making it an ideal motor control solution for variable speed applications such as pumps, fans, compressors, and rotating antennas.

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April 2014

Bohemia, New York (April 2014) Data Device Corporation (DDC) now adds real-time data manipulation to the already feature packed ARINC 429 Data Bus Analyzer (DBA) avionics software. Scheduled ARINC 429 data can now be modified while running. This powerful feature allows test engineers and system designers to extensively test and emulate avionics systems using simulated flight data that accurately emulates airborne conditions.

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March 2014

Bohemia, New York (March 17, 2014) — Beta Transformer Technology Corporation (BTTC), the leader in high performance military, commercial and space-level magnetic components, today announced that it has expanded its production capabilities with the acquisition of the Ensenada, Mexico operations of Tecnicas y Servicios Internacionale (“TECSISA”), a trusted and DLA certified manufacturing partner of BTTC’s military grade products. The Ensenada facility currently manufactures transformers, inductors, and related assemblies exclusively for Beta, and has now been renamed “Beta Transformer Mexico, S. de R.L. de C.V.” (BTM), operating as a wholly owned subsidiary of BTTC.

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February 2014

Bohemia, New York (February 2014) Data Device Corporation (DDC) introduces the next generation of FibreACCESS® Fibre Channel and High-Speed 1760 PMC Network Access Controllers, to support the long term requirements of systems employing these highly robust and reliable data networking protocols. These cards represent a technology refresh that extends operational support, while maintaining form, fit and functionality with our prior generation of Fibre Channel cards to facilitate a seamless transition. Furthermore, these new cards maintain software compatibility, at the API level, to protect our customers’ investment in software development. While solutions that utilize commercial-based controller ASICs may render products obsolete, without warning, DDC’s cards utilize in-house developed fibre channel technology (Intellectual Property), enabling us to provide longer product life cycles.

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January 2014

Bohemia, New York (January 2014) Data Device Corporation expands its MIL-STD-1553 XMC card offering to now include front and rear I/O options, along with air and conduction cooled configurations, to support a wide range of embedded applications. The BU-67112 XMC card utilizes the world's most advanced MIL-STD-1553 technology, Total-AceXtreme®, to deliver low power dissipation, high MTBF, and high performance for rugged environments. The high channel count can save space, weight, power and cost in embedded systems.

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