Based on OpenVPX, this new standard provides a comprehensive architecture that enables component integration and interoperability with a modular approach to embedded systems development.
HARTMANN Electronic and W-IE-NE-R Power Electronics are jointly developing high-performance components based on the SOSA standard, such as a backplane, chassis manager and more. Partner company Orion Technologies, which also belongs to the Rugged Computing Group, is already an official member of the SOSA consortium. All three companies are part of the Swiss technology company Phoenix Mecano.
Highly evolved technology
High-speed performance and great flexibility characterize the SOSA backplane from Hartmann Electronic. As a central connection element, the backplane is crucial for the performance of the overall system. That’s why Hartmann has equipped its SOSA backplane, which is optimized for compute-intensive applications, with plenty of power. It is designed as a high-speed backplane with 100 Gigabit Ethernet.
The backplane’s high-speed performance of 100 Gbit/s has also been proven in independent tests.
The seven slots of the backplane offer the possibilities to integrate a wide range of functionalities. Based on customer information, their long experience and analyses, the specialists at Hartmann Electronic have decided on a specific configuration. However, this can also be modified and adapted to customer-specific requirements at any time.
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High Degree of Flexibility
SOSA DEVELOPMENT CHASSIS
The SOSA Development Chassis was developed according to aesthetic and functional criteria. The open design allows optimal access to the respective backplane. The outstanding feature of the chassis is the cooling. Up to ten high-performance fans are integrated and ensure sufficient cooling for every conceivable board application. In addition, the chassis is characterized by its flexible usability and an extremely powerful power supply.
The development chassis is optimized for Hartmann’s 7-slot SOSA backplane, but all other backplanes can also be used. With the chassis, Hartmann primarily addresses two target groups: manufacturers of VPX boards who want to test their boards in the system, and system integrators who configure systems from several boards.
State of the Art Power Technology
VPX POWER SUPPLY
The VPX340 and VPX336 series are commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) conduction-cooled, ruggedized, small-form-factor power supplies according to the VITA 62.0 specification.
The VPX340 (400W) and VPX336 (360W) can be used to power VPX / Open VPX chassis and will fit into the standard envelope defined by VITA 48.0 specifications.
They are designed for military and aerospace applications and MIL-STD compliance tested according to MIL-STD-461F, MIL-STD-704F and MIL-STD-1275D.
High overall efficiency is achieved using state-of-the-art switching power technology. The VPX power supplies are outfitted with advanced features, such as reverse-input polarity protection, EMI filtering, full over / under voltage and surge protection, over current and over temperature protection, and operate within a wide input range voltage.
- Multi-stage Input Filter
- Discrete Power Circut
- High Efficiency
- Flexible Output Configuration
- 28V Power System, Wide Input Range
VITA 46.11 Chassis Manager
The Chassis Manager performs these functions both when the system is operating (in-band) and when it is offline or malfunctioning (out-of-band). The Chassis Manager communicates with all components in the chassis and with higher-level units in the operating environment. It collects information about the operating status, temperature, and the type, number, and condition of the installed cards.
Thanks to advanced manufacturing using 3D printing, Hartmann’s new Lightweight ATRs are up to 45 percent lighter than previous Air Transport Racks – a critical factor in aerospace applications. This manufacturing method also improves heat dissipation and EMI performance significantly. Additive manufacturing makes it possible to produce a fully customized enclosure.
Within the Industrial Components division of the Phoenix Mecano Group, HARTMANN Electronic, W-IE-NE-R Power Electronics and Orion Technologies form the Rugged Computing subdivision. All three companies are unified by the common goal to develop and produce solutions for rugged computer systems.
Hartmann 100GBase VPX Technology
HARTMANN Electronics continues to push the boundaries of speed. New routing methods designed for stable frequency transmission of up to 12.5 GHz enable 100-Gbit Ethernet on SOSA backplanes.
The backplane has also demonstrated this high-speed performance in an independent test at the Harting Corporate Technology Services laboratory, which is certified to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025: 2005.
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