Dawn’s HLD-6262 Holdup Module works in conjunction with our PSC-6265 6U power supply to overcome input power interruption gaps in the normal input power source of up to 50 msec, as specified by MIL-STD-704F. One such example of a “gap” would be the cutover of aircraft instrumentation power from a ground based APU to the aircraft’s own generators.
An integrated soft-start charge circuit limits the in-rush current at system power up. A status LED embedded in the front panel indicates current charge status.
The HLD-6262 is based on a 6U 1-inch pitch form factor and is compliant with VITA 48.2. Mounting of the module is accomplished by securing a pair of VITA 48.2 wedgelocks. The module is fitted with VITA 62 compliant connectors (P0 TYCO 6450843-6 and P1 TYCO 6450849-6) allowing the unit to source power, trigger hold-up, and feed power to the paired power supply via a common backplane.
|Features||Card Guide style and Mounting: VITA 48.2 Wedgelocks|
Inject & Eject: VITA 48.2 compliant inject and eject features
Covers: ESD protected inputs and robust covers on both sides of the board, accommodates military two-level maintenance
|Connections||Connector: VITA 62 Compliant power connectors: P0 TYCO 6450843-6, P1 TYCO 6450849-6|
|Electrical||Maximum Power: 500W per VITA 62 Standard|
AC Input: 90 – 265 VAC 50 – 400 Hz
DC Input: 28VDC or 48VDC
PO1-PO3 Outputs: Up to 500W via 6 x 32 Studs
Auxiliary Outputs: via Molex 70543 3-pin connector
IShare/Sense: via Molex 70543 7-pin connector
Monitor Output: Molex 501190-3017 30-pin connector
|Mechanical||Form factor: VITA 48.2 (6U) 1 inch pitch|
Dimensions: Standard 1” 6U conduction cooled form factor
|Conformal Coating||Ordering option|
|Temperature||Temperature range (operation): Per VITA 47, Class CC4, -40 to +85°C|
Temperature range (storage): Per VITA 47, Class C4, -55 to +105°C
|Humidity||Per VITA 47, Section 4.6, 30C and 95% Non-condensing|
|Altitude||Tested IAW MIL-STD-810, Method 500, Procedure II|
|Vibration||Tested IAW MIL-STD-810, Method 514, Procedure 1|
|Shock||Tested IAW MIL-STD-810, Method 516, Procedure 1|
PSD-6362 6U Holdup Module