Energy Storage for Aerospace and Defence



Greater power density and long battery life

More electric aircraft demand more power storage. To solve this challenge, you can either increase the number of batteries or use a different battery chemistry with superior power management…

For aircraft energy storage, we can provide two types of batteries (main ship and emergency) and two types of technology (lead acid and lithium). More details below:

  1. Lithium batteries
  2. Lead acid batteries

Benefits & Features:

Lithium batteries:

  • For main ship applications
  • Up to 50% lighter than similarly rated NiCad or lead acid systems.
  • Securaplane’s lithium-ion solution directly addresses the customer demand for longer range, lighter weight aircraft with more capacity.
  • We have been pioneering lithium chemistry in aerospace for over a decade. Reliability and maintenance is a function of the design.
  • This technology is already used on military aircraft, and has been selected by a business jet manufacturer and a helicopter manufacturer because of its optimal combination of safety and power in a low-weight package.

Lead acid batteries:

  • For main ship and emergency applications
  • High performance, low maintenance, and long life.
  • Technology that beats NiCad, lead-calcium and lead antimony in every category of performance, saving operators thousands of dollars annually.
  • Thanks to our superior performance, Securaplane main ship batteries routinely displace other OEM installed batteries, even before they have reached end of life.
Model Name MCM-100
System Specification
Processor Intel Atom® x7-E3950 processor
Video 1x DisplayPort
Memory DDR3L 1066 SODIMM 2 GB
Storage Factory installed 128 GB mSATA SSD
Ethernet 2x GbE LAN (Intel® I210-IT)
Serial Port 2x COM (2 x RS-232/422/485)
USB 2x USB 2.0 + 2x USB 3.0
Mini PCIe 2x Mini PCIe card slots
Wireless Kit (option) Wi-Fi/4G LTE wireless Kit
Power Supply 6 ~ 36 VDC, Optional 40W AC/DC adapter
Vibration Measurement I/O Specification
Channels 4CH
Resolution 24-Bit
Max. Sampling Rate 128 kS/s
Input Range ±10V
Input Mode Diff/P-Diff
Input Coupling AC/DC
IEPE Excitation Current 0 or 2mA (IEPE compliance: 24V)
Over-Voltage Protection ±60V
DC accuracy – Offset Error Typical: ±0.15mV, Max. ±0.3mV
DC accuracy – Gain Error Typical: ±0.15%, Max. ±0.3%
System Noise 50 μVrms
-3dB Bandwidth 0.49 * sampling rate
AC Cutoff 0.4Hz (-3dB), 2.4Hz (-0.1dB)
Flatness ±0.01 dB (20 Hz to 1 kHz)
CMRR 60 dB (20 Hz to 1 kHz)
Crosstalk -100 dB
Dynamic Range 100 dB
SFDR 104 dB
THD -94 dB
THD+N -91 dB
Trigger Source Analog or digital, software selectable
Trigger Mode Post, delay, middle, pre-trigger, re-trigger
Auto-Calibration Yes
DIO 2 programmable function I/O
Dimensions 183 (W) x 110 (D) x 83.85 (H) mm
Construction Full Aluminum Alloy
Mounting DIN-rail/wall mountable
Operating Temperature 0 to 55°C (32 to 131˚F)
Storage Temperature -20 to 70°C (-4 to 158˚F)
Humidity approx. 95% @ 40°C (non-condensing)
Vibration Operating 5 Grms, 5-500 Hz, 3 axes w/ mSATA SSD
ESD Contact +/-4 KV, Air +/-8 KV
Shock Operating 100 G, half sine 11 ms duration w/ mSATA SSD
EMC CE & FCC Class B (EN61000-6-4/EN61000-6-2)

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