Sine Reference Oscillator PC104 Cards drive 5 VA loads.

Press Release Summary:

Fully operational over -40 to +85°C range, SB-36350CX series sine reference oscillator PC/104 cards provide transformer isolated 5 VA sine output to directly drive high inductive loads without amplifier. Conformal coated product also incorporates short circuit protection and offers software-programmable voltage and frequency.

Original Press Release:

Sine Reference Oscillator PC/104 Card Drives 5VA, High Inductive Loads!

Bohemia, New York -- Data Device Corporation (DDC) introduces the new SB-36350CX series sine reference oscillator PC/104 cards featuring a high efficiency transformer isolated output to directly drive high inductive loads. The SB-36350CX cards feature software programmable voltage and frequency along with short circuit protection to support a wide range of applications including industrial and military test systems, aircraft, ships, displays, robotics, and ground vehicles. The cards are conformal coated and operate over a temperature range of -40°C to +85°C.

Benefits include:
  • High Efficiency 5VA Sine Output
  • Software Programmable Voltage and Frequency
  • Direct Drive High Inductive Loads without an Amplifier
  • Short Circuit Protection

    "The SB-36350CX cards offer design engineers a standalone 5VA sine wave solution to drive high inductive loads without requiring external amplifiers", stated DDC's Product Manager, Roger Tomassi.

    Data Device Corporation (DDC) is the world leader in the design and manufacture of high-reliability data bus products, motion control, and solid-state power controllers for aerospace, defense, and industrial automation applications. For more than 45 years, DDC has continuously advanced the state of high-reliability data communications and control technology for MIL-STD-1553, ARINC 429, Synchro/Resolver interface, and Solid-State Power Controllers with innovations that have minimized component size and weight while increasing performance. DDC offers a broad product line consisting of advanced data bus technology for Fibre Channel networks; MIL-STD-1553 and ARINC 429 Data Networking cards, components, and software; Synchro/Resolver interface components; and Solid-State Power Controllers and Motor Drives. DDC headquarters and their design and manufacturing operations are located in Bohemia, NY.

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