Vehicle Management System - 3U 5-Slot

Model Embedded COTS Systems VMS-35CP0A

Vehicle Management System - 3U 5-Slot

 

Application Ready 3U Vehicle Management System

The VMS-35CP0A is a preconfigured, rugged system with an Intel® Core™ i7 processor. It is ideally suited to support a multitude of military/aerospace applications that require high-density, multichannel, programmable LVDT Measurement; Discrete I/O; D/A Conversion; AC Reference; CANBus (CAN 2.0 A&B or J1939); Differential Transceiver; RTD Measurement; TTL/CMOS I/O; ARINC 429/575 and Dual-Port Gig-E Ethernet.

NAI's vehicle management systems typically function as the core governing element within a control system and provide the critical interface-to-sensor driven functions on mission-critical military platforms providing unparalleled control and monitoring tasks. Tasks include collecting, packaging and transmitting local discrete, analog and digital data inputs, providing integrated operational control for manned and unmanned military fixed and rotary wing aircraft, marine vessels, autonomous missile systems and military ground vehicles.

Applications include:

  • Engine control

  • Electrical power distribution

  • Flap control and monitoring

  • Cabin or cockpit environmental control and monitoring

  • Fuel system monitoring

Crew alerting systems NAI's VMS-35CP0A is designed to meet requirements in harsh, remote locations and seamlessly integrates with the same field-proven backplane technology as the standard open architecture systems.

Software

Software support includes Linux® (CentOS®, Red Hat®) and Windows® Embedded Standard 7. All I/O and communications libraries are available at no additional charge.

Features:

  • Meets or exceeds MIL-STD-461F and MIL-STD-810G requirements
  • Linux® (CentOS®, Red Hat®) and Windows® Embedded Standard 7 OS
  • Continuous Background Built-in-Test (BIT)
  • < 15 lbs. typical
  • COTS/NDI
  • COSA® architecture
  • SWaP-optimized

 
Document DownloadsDate
VMS-35CP0A Data Sheet
03/30/2017
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