Rack Mount Chassis supports 10.3 Gbaud data transfers.

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Designed to support modules rated at up to 150 W per slot, 6-slot Hybricon® DT-CC Conduction-Cooled Chassis ensures <55°C chassis and 25°C conduction rail temperatures. Unit is optionally available configured with Fabric40™ Gen 3 OpenVPX backplane rated for 10.3 Gbaud data transfers. Chassis offers solution for aerospace and defense system developers that require rack-mounted OpenVPX subsystem for use in lab development, ground fixed, and transit case applications.



Original Press Release:



6-Slot Conduction Cooled OpenVPX Chassis for Rack Mount Development/Deployment introduced by Curtiss-Wright



New Hybricon® DT-CC conduction-cooled rack mount chassis is designed for 150W OpenVPX Modules; Supports 10.3 Gbaud data transfers



ASHBURN, Va. — Curtiss-Wright Corporation (NYSE: CW) today announced that its Defense Solutions division has introduced a new high-power conduction-cooled rack mount OpenVPX™ chassis designed for use in commercial and military system development applications. The new 6-slot Hybricon® DT-CC enclosure provides a low slot-count solution for aerospace and defense system developers that require a rack-mounted OpenVPX subsystem for use in lab development, ground fixed, and transit case applications. Designed to support modules rated at up to 150W per slot, the DT-CC features high performance fans and ensures <55C chassis and 25 C conduction rail temperatures. It is optionally available configured with a Curtiss-Wright Fabric40™ Gen 3 OpenVPX backplane rated for 10.3 Gbaud data transfers. This new OpenVPX chassis complements Curtiss-Wright’s extensive family of development enclosures, including the 16-slot RME13CC conduction-cooled rack mount chassis, COOL-CC6 6-slot conduction-cooled desktop chassis, and DT-XC 6-slot air-cooled Rack Mount chassis.



"With the introduction of our new DT-CC 6-slot OpenVPX rack mount chassis, Curtiss-Wright extends its family of conduction cooled OpenVPX Chassis designed for today’s high power 150W modules,” said Lynn Bamford, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Defense Solutions.  “Ideal for use in smaller slot count applications, the DT-CC highlights our leading position as a supplier of air- and conduction-cooled rack mount and desktop OpenVPX chassis.”



Fabric40, Signal Integrity and End-to-End Interoperability

Designed to stringent Curtiss-Wright Gen3 Signal Integrity (SI) design rules, Hybricon Fabric40 backplanes exceed VITA 68 VPX compliance channel draft standard guidelines. Curtiss-Wright’s proprietary SI methods minimize signal impairments, such as high return loss, crosstalk and mode conversion (patent pending), to deliver reliable SI performance at speeds up to 10.3 Gbaud, resulting in the best performance and lowest risk backplane platform in the industry.



Pricing and Availability

The Hybricon DT-CC chassis is available now.



For availability and pricing information or to discuss your solution requirements, please contact the factory.



Sales inquiries: Please forward all sales and reader service inquiries to Kavita Williams, Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions, Tel: (661) 705-1142; Fax: (661) 705-1206; email: ds@curtisswright.com.



For more information on Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions products, please visit www.cwdefense.com.



About Curtiss-Wright Corporation

Curtiss-Wright Corporation (NYSE:CW) is a global innovative company that delivers highly engineered, critical function products and services to the commercial, industrial, defense and energy markets.  Building on the heritage of Glenn Curtiss and the Wright brothers, Curtiss-Wright has a long tradition of providing reliable solutions through trusted customer relationships. The company employs approximately 10,000 people worldwide.  For more information, visit www.curtisswright.com.



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John Wranovics

Director of Public Relations

Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions

jwranovics@curtisswright.com

Mobile: (925) 640-6402

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