Summary

AAC Clyde Space has developed a modular microsatellite PCDU (Power Conditioning and Distribution Unit) concept with focus on high reliability, resiliency and performance. The Starbuck-Mini is scalable depending on the features and interface requirement of the specific mission. It provides high power 28 V outputs and redundancy for power distribution as well as command and control via CAN or RS485. A rigorous testing and extended qualification campaign compliments an innovative design approach that combines COTS and radiation hardened components and optimizes the reliability and performance characteristics of the system.

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Last updated: 2020-04-25

Starbuck Mini

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