Summary

The EXA Deployable Multifunction Solar Array (DMSA) is designed for microsatellite missions. The array is available in configurations from 75W to 600W.

It consists of an embedded magnetorquer, sun and temperature sensors. The arrays also include embedded antennas that range from VHF to L bands. These antennas are embedded in their structure as 2 monopoles or 1 dipole and are designed to deploy with the solar array.

The arrays fold into a panel attached to the structure just as another solar panel and once in orbit it deploys to full extension, it also includes deploy and release contact sensors and its own deploy control board.

Key features

  • Configurations from 75W to 600W
  • Heritage release with artificial muscles, spring-operated deploy
  • Release within 5 seconds, Delayed deploys in 10 seconds
  • Embedded antennas can be configured as 2 monopoles or 1 dipole, frequency range from VHF to L-band
  • Includes Release control board and contact sensors
  • Sun sensors and temperature sensors embedded
  • Designed for LEO missions and requirements
  • Manufactured according to space standards and custom mission design
  • Functional, performance, thermal bake-out, and vibration tests provided with documentation
  • 19.5 mm max when folded, each panel is 3mm thick

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Last updated: 2023-08-07

DMSA Micro: Deployable Multifunction Solar Array with embedded antennas, magnetorquers, and sensors

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