The high-efficiency U-P2330 power supply card (PSC) supports the power requirements of The Open Group Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA)-aligned systems. As a compatible power supply for a range of single-board computers (SBCs) and GPGPU-based boards aligned to SOSA, the new 3U PSC can be easily and quickly integrated as the main power supply of these open standards-based systems.
“The new U-P2330 is a high-efficiency power supply solution for modern, integrated, rugged, embedded systems aligned with the SOSA Technical Standard 1.0,” said Alex Trigoub, product line director for Aitech. “In addition to offering an output of up to 600 W, the PSC can incorporate an optional sharing mechanism, per VITA 62, that enables two of the power supplies to be operated in parallel and provide redundant operation (ORing) with a maximum power output of up to 1,200 W.”
The high-power output of the U-P2330 handles even the most power-hungry boards and systems and the high efficiency of up to 88% ensures that input power is not wasted. An optional holdup capacitor bank provides the ability to shut down the system in an orderly fashion in the event of power outage, and the power supply redundancy protection ensures high-power supply resiliency.
The wide variety of isolation and protection mechanisms integrated into the U-P2330, including MIL-STD-704 and MIL-STD-1275 compliance, further improve power feed resiliency and power stability.