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Nuclear Event Detector


API Technologies, in association with MBDA, introduces a low power Nuclear Event Detector (NED) equipped with the latest materials and technology to mitigate the effect of nuclear weapon outputs. This cutting-edge product detects the event and sets a system flag which can either remove power from the electronics to be protected or drive the system into a known and controllable state. It is readily integrated into systems to support nuclear hardening.

Overview

Nuclear Event Detector

Nuclear Event Detector Overview


Low Power Nuclear Event Detector

High Reliability Eletronic Modules for Extreme Environments

Designing circuits to operate through an event requires specialist expertise. Ideally, electronic system hardware is designed to be ‘rad-hard’ to the necessary level. This requires the use of exotic semiconductor processing and technologies such as Silicon-On-Sapphire (SOS) or Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI). Many electronic functions are not realised in these technologies and devices currently available usually carry a major cost penalty.

The Nuclear Event Detector is a highly effective, low cost solution for protecting system electronics exposed to a nuclear event by detecting and enabling power-down and allowing the system to be re-powered once the event has passed.

Overview
  • Radiation hard to tactical/strategic nuclear environments
  • Low power consumption at 2mA from single 5V supply
  • Operates within specification over-55°C to +125°C
  • Precise radiation detection level with single externalresistor
  • Accurate monostable pulse duration with single external capacitor
  • 100% Detection tested
  • Built-in selftest
  • Resettable output, bistable flag
Highlights
  • Industry Stadard Packages
  • 14 pinDIL package version qualified to MIL-PRF-38534 Class H
  • 14 pin surface mount version (available if required, Class H qualification pending)

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