Looking for a robust and with flight heritage computer for your cubesat? Eddie, the on-board computer is the right solution for you! Eddie is made from components with extensive flight heritage on several space missions and complies with selected ECSS norms. Eddie is compatible with a variety of commercial Real-Time Operating Systems, but it comes with running OS and variety of software drivers. Eddie is plug&play computer. With just a few command lines of code, you are able to easily start communication with other components and sensors. Last, but not least, Eddie has quite a big storage, that is radiation tolerant and keeps your data safe during the whole mission lifetime! Need help with integration? No problem! Eddie is module which can fit on every board inside your cubesat. We will help you with integration, testing and operation of the computer and the cubesat as whole. Eddie - the modular, plug&play and protective on-board computer!

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Last updated: 2021-09-27

Eddie The Computer (OBC-MSP430)



data storage
< 16 MB
25 g
65 mm
40 mm
power supply
3.3 V
5 V
power consumption
100 mW avg.
processor type
RISC based MCU
processor clock
< 16 MHz
data interface
operating temperature
-40 to 85 C
radiation tolerance
20 krad


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