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Manual - Dock
Manual - ACU
Manual - PDU
CAD - Parasolid
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Modular power system for large nanosatellites 

The NanoPower P60 is designed to be a modular EPS for nanosatellites. The complete system contains a P60 Dock motherboard and a combination of an Array Conditioning Unit (ACU) and Power Distribution Unit (PDU) daughterboards. It is built around GomSpace modular technology, allowing numerous configurations of modules to be implemented on a motherboard, saving significant volume and giving customers an unprecedented level of customization.

Main Features:

  • Advanced high-power EPS for small satellites
  • GomSpace modular technology enables EPS customization
  • Standard configuration includes 1 motherboard, 1 ACU module (6 channels), and 1 PDU module (9 channels)
  • Easy integration using CAN/I2C enabled CSP and GOSH

P60 System:

  • Synchronised out-of-phase converters for low EMI operation
  • Compatible with GomSpace BP4 and BPX battery packs
  • Recommended nominel battery voltage of 16 V or 32 V
  • Precision milled anodized aluminum heat sinks to control thermal load and provide EMI shielding
  • ISS launch compliant version available
  • Supports external reset capability

P60 Dock:

  • P60 Dock supports up to 4 ACU and PDU modules
  • Regulated 3.3 V and 5 V outputs to PC-104 stack

ACU Module:

  • 6 PV inputs per module
  • High voltage solar input, up to 16 V or 32 V
  • Each input rated up to 2 A
  • Individual power point tracking on each input channel
  • Current and voltage measurements on each input channel

PDU Module:

  • 9 switchable, latch-up, overcurrent protected outputs routed to the PC104 stack and a high-current rated discrete connector
  • 3 configurable output voltages per module of 3.3 V, 5 V, 8 V, 12 V, 18 V, 24 V
  • 1 A - 2 A programmable current limit on protected outputs
  • Current and voltage measurements on each output channel
  • Detection and logging of overcurrent events
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