New MicroTCA.4 chassis from VadaTech looks to solve power redundancy problem

VadaTech, a manufacturer of embedded boards and complete application-ready platforms, is now offering an 8U high chassis compliant with the MicroTCA.4 specification that offers N+1 redundant power to 4400W. The MicroTCA.4 systems uses double modules with an RTM connector for rear I/O.

By adding RTM and higher power large modules, the overall power requirement in chassis are higher. Many High-Energy Physics and other applications require full power redundancy in the system. With specially designed power modules, the VT813 chassis from VadaTech has four 1100W power supplies in an N+1 redundant power configuration. By aligning the compact power supplies on the side of the card cage, the chassis can provide 12 double-module, mid-sized slots.

The backplane for the VT813 is 40GbE-ready, with a high dielectric material for clean signals. The chassis offers full redundancy, including dual fans trays in a push/pull configuration, dual MCH’s, and four power supplies. There are also dual FRU information devices and carrier locators, along with a JTAG Switch Module slot and a Telco Alarm built-in.

VadaTech offers MicroTCA chassis, power modules, JSMs, and over 200 AdvancedMCs of various types. The company also offers AdvancedTCA systems and boards and specialty products in other architectures.

www.vadatech.com

 

 

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