Radiation-tolerant power module for space, satellites and robotic applications introduced by Mercury Systems

May 3, 2022
Provides drop-in power for radiation-sensitive SWaP-optimized applications like satellites, rockets, robotic devices, and mission-critical computers.

ANDOVER, Mass. – Mercury Systems Inc. in Andover, Mass., is introducing the RH5210 radiation-tolerant power module for commercial and space applications.

Developed to support the Xilinx XQRKU060 field-programmable gate array (FPGA), the RH5210 provides a drop-in power solution for many radiation-sensitive small size, weight, and power consumptiion (SWaP) applications like satellites, rockets, robotic devices, mission-critical computers, and any other electronic system with the potential for radiation exposure.

Mercury's off-the-shelf power supply enables advanced edge processing applications and artificial intelligence (AI) processing to orbit in support of Earth imaging, sensor fusion, and hypersonic missile threat mitigation.

The Mercury the RH5210 offers 11 integrated power supplies with inductors; drop-in design for integration with Xilinx XQRKU060 FPGA; radiation-tolerant components; and onshore trusted manufacturing in a DMEA-accredited facility.

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