Converters designed to meet DO-160G specifications

2nd April 2019
Source: SynQor
Posted By : Alex Lynn
Converters designed to meet DO-160G specifications

Especially designed for commercial avionics, SynQor has announced its new AeroQor product line, composed of next generation, high efficiency, isolated power factor correction modules (APFIC) and AC filters specifically designed to meet the most stringent commercial airline specifications (RTCA/DO-160G, Boeing and Airbus).

This new product family offers wide frequency, single-phase and three-phase, AC/DC converter solutions for all of your in-cabin power applications. Droop-share versions are available to combine multiple converters for higher power applications. The power factor, THD, inrush and electro-magnetic interference (EMI) characteristics of these converters allows them to meet some of the most stringent standards in the industry. The AeroQor modules are designed with a high-level of documentation and full traceability.

The single-phase APFIC converters have a universal input, 85 to 264Vrms, and a wide input frequency range of 47 to 63Hz and 360 to 800Hz. The input characteristics of the single-phase APFICs allow designers to meet several of the high and low input voltage transients while continuously delivering power. The power factor, THD and EMI characteristics of these modules have been optimised for low and mid power in-cabin applications. 

The AeroQor product line also includes three-phase, 115 VrmsL-N isolated power factor correction modules which are specifically designed to draw balanced currents from the source for higher power applications. These high-efficiency modules have a wide frequency range, low THD, near unity power factor and low inrush which are critical for commercial aircraft applications.

The AeroQor line of EMI AC filters are designed to mitigate EMI emissions from AC/DC converters in commercial aircraft. The combination of the AeroQor filters and converters allow designers to meet the toughest conducted and radiated emissions and susceptibility standards in the market.

Additionally, construction of the AeroQor modules allows them to meet the harsh environmental conditions demanded by the commercial airline market. The temperature range of these converters is -40 to +85°C at an altitude of up to 70,000 feet. The modules also comply to the vibration, humidity and dust specifications required by commercial avionics. The power density of the modules helps optimise space in an industry where space is at a premium. 

SynQor’s field-proven, highly reliable technology shortens design cycles and helps designers/integrators yield dependable solutions for the competitive commercial aircraft industry.

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