The NanoAvionics EPS Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) power conditioning and distribution unit, designed to meet wide variety of customer requirements, with high, up to 96 %, MPPT and output converter efficiency. The EPS is compatible with different size and configuration of solar panels without any additional hardware or software configurations as it is equipped with four MPPT converters with eight solar panel input channels, with wide range input voltage (2.6 – 18 V) for reliable and flexible power distribution. Each MPPT converter is integrated with Maximum Power Point Tracking capability for high, constant and efficient energy harvest. The integrated ideal diodes minimize the voltage drop to 20 mV, hence increasing the circuit efficiency and removes the need of Schottky diodes on the solar panels.

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Last updated: 2021-10-29

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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