NART-EPS Electric Power Subsystem (EPS) provides superior life cycle, depth of discharge, efficiency and reliability compared to its alternatives.

Super capacitors provide far better life-cycle and robust thermal operating envelope compared to popular battery options.

NART-EPS is its user-friendly development environment. NART-EPS has different options for development and flight models, allowing users to conveniently develop and launch their satellite on a cost and time effective manner.

Components used on the system are selected from previous missions and/or thoroughly tested on TVAC to ensure best performance and high reliability on orbit.

Technical Specification

* PC-104 Bus Standard

* Inhibit Switches For Safe Flight (x3)

* PDM Switches For Power Distribution (x10)

* Maximum Power Point Tracking

* Max. Input Voltage 20V For All BCR

* Input Current (per input channel): Up To 2 A

* Output Power Buses

* Regulated: 3.3 V, 5 V, 12 V or Optıonal V

* Unregulated: Battery Voltage (6.2 – 8.3 V);

* 1x up to 25 W 5V bus

* 1x up to 16W 3.3V bus

* 1x up to 12 W 12V bus

* Power Management Up To 40 W

* Interfaces: I2C (Current, Temperature And Voltage Telemetry)

* Latch-up Protected Outputs

* Highly Efficient Regulators (up to 95%)

* Temperature Sensors

* Total Weıght: 103 g

* Dimensions: 86 X 93 X 21 mm

* Optional Regulated Voltage: (8V – 35V instead of 12V)

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Last updated: 2020-06-10



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