AMC Load Module for simulation of electrical and thermal load
It is equipped with eight thermal elements on top, each consisting of two MOSFETs, an operational amplifier, and a temperature sensor. By an Atmel SAMV71 microcontroller, these elements are configurable independently from each other in a range from 0 to 15W, which equals 120W in total. For safety reasons, the power drain in standard mode is restricted. Theoretically, the segments are able to generate up to 40W, which demands special precautions regarding cooling etc. If this usage is required, please contact N.A.T.
Moreover, on the bottom side of the module are four pairs of resistors, each pair also independently configurable by the microcontroller. The total power output of these segments is 12W.
AMC form factor, single full-size
- Atmel SAMV71 microcontroller for heat management
- Atmel ATxmega128 as MMC
- 8x MOSFET/OP-combination on top
- 0-20W in standard mode
- 40W theoretical maximum
- 4x Resistors on bottom
- 12W maximum in total
- RJ45 100/1000Base-T to Ethernet switch
- USB based UART to SAMV71 microcontroller
- 8 bicolor LED (Green and Red)
- Standard AMC-LEDs
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Load Module in AMC single mid-size form factor allowing to generate a configurable electrical thermal load to an MTCA system
Solutions / Applications
The NAT-AMC-LM-ADV can be used e.g., in module, chassis, or cooling unit development as well as for design verification.