The NanoAvionics EPS Electrical Power System is a Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) power conditioning and distribution unit.

The EPS is equipped with four MPPT converters with eight solar panel input channels. Each MPPT converter is integrated with Maximum Power Point Tracking capability designed for high, constant, and efficient energy harvest. It is compatible with different size and configuration of solar panels without any additional hardware or software configurations.

Integrated hardware and software configurable overcurrent protection features ensure reliable power distribution.

NanoAvionics EPS features Lithium-Ion batteries with integrated Battery Management System (BMS) which help to prolong mission lifetime and ensure appropriate operating conditions.

On-board monitoring and logging features monitor the EPS operations in all input and output circuits. In the event of an unexpected malfunction occurrence, the EPS watchdog system ensures that the satellite and EPS are rebooted and brought back to working condition.

The EPS telemetry data and configurations are stored in reliable, radiation tolerant F-RAM memory. An industry approved, decentralized communication interface (CAN) with CSP protocol allows plug-and-play EPS integration to the main network.

The system has integrated International Space Station (ISS) compatible safety inhibits (Kill Switches) and batteries. Hence, the satellites with this EPS subsystem are allowed to be launched from ISS. The integrated Always-ON ultra-low-power Real Time Clock allows precise and continuous time readings.

Key features

  • Wide range solar panel input voltages
  • MPPT converter and output converter
  • Four MPPT converters with 8 solar panel input channels
  • Four output converters with 10 output channels
  • Two output converters configurable to user defined output voltage
  • High output power
  • Integrated ideal diodes
  • On-board Lithium-Ion battery pack
  • Integrated battery balancing
  • On-board battery heaters
  • Overcurrent protection, battery undervoltage and overvoltage safety features
  • External battery pack 
  • Current, voltage and temperature logging
  • Included with ready to use external battery charger
  • Software configurable output channel overcurrent protection
  • Implemented EPS watchdog system
  • Supports CAN communication interface with CSP protocol
  • EPS configuration through USB interface
  • ISS Kill Switch option
  • Always-ON Real Time Clock
  • Thermal vacuum tested
  • PC/104 standard

Testing & qualification

  • Tested to NASA GEVS environmental levels and to 20 kRad Total Ionizing Dose (TID)
  • IPC-A-610 Class 3 assembly

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Last updated: 2022-06-06

EPS Electrical Power System



190 g typ.
90.17 mm
95.89 mm
29.03 mm
battery capacity
up to 161 Wh with external battery pack
voltage output
3 to 18 V
output power
< 175 W
power consumption
150 mW
data interface
radiation tolerance
20 krad
operating temperature
-20 to 60 C
storage temperature
-20 to 50 C
80 G
14 Grms

1. 2 ms half-sine pulse, according to NASA GEVS 7000 standard

2. according to NASA GEVS 7000 standard)


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