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DDC Releases New ARINC 429 Line Receivers

By Staff Writer | August 29, 2017
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DDC ARINC 429 receivers

Photo courtesy of Data Device Corporation

Data Device Corporation (DDC) now offers new ARINC 429 Line Receivers, the company said. They are available in both single-channel eight-pin and quad-channel 20-pin, small outline integrated circuit packages.

According to DDC, benefits include:

  • Drop-in pin for pin replacement for: Holt HI-8588 (DD-41041) & HI-8444, HI-8445 (DD-41044/45); DEI-1041 (DD-41041) & DEI-1044, DEI-1045 (DD-41044/45)
  • Life cycle management with uninterrupted product availability
  • Average on-time delivery performance over 99%
  • AS9001C certification

The DD-41041 single and DD-41044/45 quad-line receivers translate incoming ARINC 429 data bus signals to a pair of transistor-transistor logic/complementary metal oxide semiconductor (TTL/CMOS) outputs, the company said.

“These line receivers are engineered to provide maximum reliability, with inputs internally protected to lightning requirements of DO-160G Level A3, waveforms 3, 4 and 5 with no additional protection required,” DDC said. “Furthermore, design engineers and system integrators can be confident in selecting DDC, whose commitment to product quality, on-time delivery and superior support has been recognized as best-in-class by the aerospace industry.”

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