TTC MnHSD-2000 Miniature Networked DAU

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TTC MnHSD-2000 Miniature Networked DAU
Product Sheet
Product Sheet

The MnHSD-2000 miniature network high-speed data acquisition unit is a miniature networked stack that collects and encodes incoming data from a wide variety of I/O modules.

Features

  • Network-based high-speed data acquisition and encoding unit operating at up to 40 Mbps
  • Includes Fast Ethernet 100BASE-T port for:
    • acquisition setup and configuration
    • SNMP status and control
    • acquisition data transport
    • time synchronization using IEEE 1588 time
  • Accepts up to 31 modules compatible with MnHSD-2000 stack
  • Supports IEEE 1588 for the acquisition of coherent global timing information via the network fabric
  • Includes 64 MB of Flash, 32 MB of RAM, and a PowerPC processor
  • Environmentally sealed package
  • Fully programmable using TTCWare or Network Management System (NMS) software

Applications

  • Flight and ground-based test instrumentation
  • Ethernet-based network distributed systems
  • System safety monitoring
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TTC MnHSD-2000 Miniature Networked DAU

The MnHSD-2000 miniature network high-speed data acquisition unit is a miniature networked stack that collects and encodes incoming data from a wide variety of I/O modules.

The MnHSD-2000 delivers packetized data to an Ethernet-based network to record, display, manage and process. It is fully programmable over an Ethernet network using TTCWare or Network Management System (NMS) software, supports SNMP for status and control, and is fully compatible with IEEE 1588 for network clock synchronization.

The MnHSD-2000 includes the following components:

  • MPPC-500, processor module
  • MGPI-500J, IEEE 1588, and Ethernet module
  • MPSM-2515, power supply module, and MPFM-461 power filter module
  • I/O modules compatible with the MnHSD-2000
 

Aerospace Instrumentation Brochure

Modern aerospace instrumentation systems can be highly complex, and it can be difficult to know how to meet program needs. It’s not unusual for requirements to change during a campaign and cause significant delays, and data must be captured reliably no matter what – otherwise expensive additional flights will be needed or months of program data could be lost. Read our brochure to learn how you can reduce your risk with commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) solutions.

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