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Model 5501A is a Satellite Payload Emulator. Unit is part of the MBCE system (Multi Band Channel Emulator). This unit emulates two Ku band transponders, and includes an EHF/K band converter for military satellite applications. Full remote control via GPIB (channels selection and gain controls). The two channels are fully independent thanks to two X-band YIG synthesizers.

Model 8601A is a four-channel, high-current pulse generator designed to ignite Electro Explosive Devices (EED), type “NASA Standard Initiators” (NSI), and to activate Non Explosive Actuators (NEA). By providing a high-energy, time-controlled pulse, unit fires standard initiators and squibs well above the all-fire current rating. Constant current design allows long interconnecting cables  to be laid between the EGSE and the EED.


APPLICATIONS

Pyrotechnics and Non Esplosive Actuators (NEA) testing in the aerospace industry

HRMCE EGSE

Fireset for testing purposes

Automotive esplosive devices testing (Airbag initiators ,EEV  battery disconnection switch,  pyro-switch)


KEY FEATURES

Validated in the following space programs: SICRAL, Athena FIDUS, Bepi Colombo, Euclid, Jason CS/Sentinel 6, One Sat, Biomass

Constant current design to overcome long wiring harness

Full analog circuitry, no microprocessor controlled for maximum safety

Two set of four Nominal/Redundant channels

Peak current LCD display

Circuit continuity LED indicators

1 V/A test connectors for pulse recording



Model 8503S is a complete test equipment EGSE for position and thermal control of two LAPM (Linear Actuators Pointing Mechanism), each one equipped with two Linear Actuators. Thermal control of four additional channels on both nominal and redundant devices is provided. Each LA is equipped with nominal and redundant stator windings, heaters and thermistors, and one LVDT position sensor. Capability to drive bi-phase and three-phase motors, unipolar, bipolar, or custom programmable step sequences. Batch programming of step sequences, ideally suited for anechoic chamber testing of satellite antennas. Unit is enclosed in a transportable package.

Aviolink Antenna Tracking System for UAV’s drones and manned aircraft. Composed of a radomized antenna unit, and an Antenna Control Unit. Fully remote controllable. The vehicle to be tracked transmit its GPS position through a subcarrier of the on-board video transmitter. This signal is received by the ACU which computes the required tracking angle using as a reference a GPS installed in the antenna radome. The antenna assembly is of the squared cosecant shaped reflector. Full 360 degrees rotation is assured without cable wrap, thanks to a rotary joint. A LNA is installed in the feed (available in the L and S bands). ACU is also available with steptrack and search functions for applications which does not utilize the GPS information.

LAPME EGSE

HRMCE EGSE

SATELLITE PAYLOAD EMULATOR

MODULAR UHF TEST SET

AVIOLINK

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Model 5908A is part of the MBCE system (Multi Band Channel Emulator). Unit allows to interface the baseband equipment to a payload emulator, providing for the frequency conversion from/to L-band to C, X, K, Ku, Ka, EHF bands by means of two external synthesizers. Full remote control via GPIB (band selection).

NOTICE

This product is no longer available. Informations herein are for reference only. Service, calibration and technical assistance are still supported.

ACU and Azimuth Turntable

Display Readouts

X-band YIG Synthesizer

ACU and Antenna assembly and radome.

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LTG Elettronica S.r.l. - Rome (ITALY)

EC (VAT) - IT06911371000

Model 6304A is a telemetry and telecommands (TM/TC) EGSE. This unit is designed to drive latching type microwave relays. The telecommands are generated by the internal source/sink pulse generator (100ms or 750ms selectable). During the pulse, current, voltage, and timing are monitored for every failure condition. Pulse is routed by an 8x8 matrix, giving a a total of 64 telecommands. Telemetry acquistion is available both in analog mode (16 single-ended channels, 8 termistor channels) having a resolution of 12 bits, both in digital mode (16 single-ended channels for switch closures, 32 digital bi-level inputs). Unit is interfaced with a control computer through a LAN or RS232 interface. Command language is compliant with the SCPI protocol, and is accessible either by a Telnet console or by a TCP Socket. Unit was designed to be interfaced with flight units, so a complete FMECA analysis has been made.

TMTC EGSE

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Last update:  24/09/2021

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NOTICE

Documentation and datasheets of the PXI modules are in preparation.

Download Datasheet DS-165/C.pdf

Download Datasheet DS-151/B.pdf