Data Device Corporation (DDC), with over 20 years of solid-state power management experience on military ground vehicles, is pleased to announce the release of its third generation RP-26200 Solid-State Power Controller (SSPC). The RP-26200 offers significant enhancements including higher power output, low power dissipation and extended operating temperature.
DDC’s RP-26200 Power Controller provides reliable solid-state protection and control for sixteen independent 28Vdc channels, with a total power output of more than 8 KWatts. Programmable trip points, channel paralleling and power-on defaults support maximum power distribution system flexibility. The RP-26200’s embedded controller and network interface enable real-time load monitoring, which can be used for efficient load management and preventative maintenance.
The RP-26200 is based upon field proven technology, with more than 500,000 nodes installed since 1988 on vehicles including the M1A2 Abrams tank and the Bradley fighting vehicle, and recently on upcoming unmanned ground vehicles and tactical wheeled vehicles.
“The RP-26200’s unique complement of high power density, programmability and cost-effective architecture make it ideal for tactical wheeled vehicles where weight, size, and flexibility are at a premium, and where reliability under harsh operation is vital to mission success“, stated Steve Rood Goldman, DDC’s Marketing Manager.