Modular and Configurable Solutions for Vetronics Applications meet MIL-STD-461G
Department of Defense Standard
This blog discusses XP Power's modular and configurable solutions for compliance with MIL-STD-461 for Vetronics applications and how this relates to the Ground Army requirements within that standard.
The US Department of Defense Standard MIL-STD-461 is an EMI standard for the control of emissions and susceptibility characteristics of electronic equipment. The current revision of the standard MIL-STD-461G superseded MIL-STD-461F on 11th December 2015.
The emissions and susceptibility requirements are split into four sections each one designated with the relevant coding system:
CE - Conducted Emissions
RE - Radiated Emissions
CS - Conducted Susceptibility
RS - Radiated Susceptibility
The table below is a breakdown of these requirements and how they apply to Ground Army:
Reliable COTS DC-DC converters
XP Power's COTS DC-DC converters comply with the susceptibility and emissions requirements within the standard when used in conjunction with our application-specific range of filters. These are already deployed in operational duties globally.
XP Power MTC range of COTS DC-DC converters from 5 to 150W:
Size and weight are at a premium in Land Army applications so our solutions are light and minimise board area combining EMI filtering and surge immunity within one compact unit.
Each filter module combines common mode and differential mode stages to comply with the emissions requirements for MIL-STD-461G, like CE102