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SBIR/STTR

Striction-based Power Monitoring in Space Environment, Phase II

Completed Technology Project

Project Introduction

The program delivers a completely new technology solution to isolation and sensing of power flow (current and voltage). Based on striction materials technology, these small isolation and sensing devices replace Opto-isolation, Hall-effect and Magnetic Transformer isolation and sensing with a lower cost and lower risk solution. The elimination of optical, processor and magnetic components in the design means that these devices are inherently both rad hard and EMI immune. The technology provides superior voltage isolation (ground loop elimination) in a smaller package size. They also will be capable of reliably operating over significantly wider temperature ranges (-55C to 200C) than is readily available to most NASA missions. More »

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