Astronics avionics I/O computers deliver outstanding performance on the ground and in the air. They are routinely deployed on helicopter, fixed wing, and ground mobile platforms. They include standard databus protocol interfaces including MIL-STD-1553, ARINC 429, ARINC 717, ARINC 708, Serial, discrete I/O, Ethernet, and USB.
Common Applications Include:
- Data and protocol converting
- Network serving
- Health monitoring
- Local/distributed control
- Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) integration
- Maintenance gateway
- Data recording
Click on a product below for more information, or contact Astronics to discuss your specific avionics interfacing needs:
Rugged AB3000 Avionics I/O Computers
The AB3000 is small, lightweight and loaded with capabilities for easy integration into today's modern aircraft, UAVs, and ground mobile platforms. With an efficient Intel® E680T processor, MIL-STD-1553 and ARINC 429/708/717 interfaces, Ethernet, USB, video, audio, and PMC expansion, this rugged, conduction-cooled COTS device is ready to take on all of your toughest computing and interface problems.
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Flexible AB2000 Avionics I/O Computers
The Rugged AB2000 is a family of compact, conduction or convection-cooled computers for use in demanding environments. These flexible, Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) devices solve challenging interface, bridging and control problems, while reducing SWaP (Size, Weight and Power).
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Compact AB1000 Avionics I/O Computers
The AB1000 is a small, lightweight embedded computer with built-in avionics databus interfaces and a variety of standard I/O types. This unique, small, problem-solving COTS computer is ideally suited for protocol converting, data serving, and other common avionics needs.
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Learn more about avionics databus protocols in our Tutorial section.
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