The KAM/CHS/04L is a compact four user-slot KAM-500 chassis, which along with the housing and backplane, includes a KAM/PSU/006 power supply unit.
- Power supply unit and four user-slots
- 18 to 40 VDC isolated power supply
- Rugged aluminum housing
- 8 MHz x 16-bit digital backplane
- Operates as master or slave in a distributed system
- Flight test instrumentation systems
KAM/CHS/04L Acra KAM-500 Chassis, Narrow Form - 4 User-Slots
The KAM/CHS/04L is a compact four-user-slot Acra KAM-500 chassis, which along with the housing and backplane, includes a KAM/PSU/006 power supply unit.
The backplane has four slots for user modules, which are polarized to prevent the insertion of the backplane controller module. The backplane has power supply lines and the standard 16-bit address/data bus with read/write control lines. The only ICs on the backplane are demultiplexers for user-module select signal.
The KAM/CHS/04L does not contain any ±7V lines for excitation.
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