Powered by an ARM Cortex M4/M7 processor with frequency rates of up to 180 MHz for M4 and 216 MHz for M7. Featuring high power and low mass, with a 2MB program memory size (256kB RAM for M4, 2MB RAM for M7; 2048kB flash memory). The 58g device features a wide array of connectors and integrated sensors as well as a ProtoBoard that enables rapid payload integration by simplifying access to main power and communication busses. The OBC is fully compliant with the CubeSat standard and has flight heritage.

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Last updated: 2021-09-27

Onboard Computer

2,900 EUR - 6,900 EUR



radiation tolerance
40 krad
up to 5 years in LEO
130 g
processor type
ARM Cortex M7
512 kB
program memory
2 MB
data interface
4x RS485
2x RS422
2x I2C


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