Press Releases for 2015

July 2015

Bohemia, New York (June 30, 2015) — Data Device Corporation (DDC), a leader in high reliability Connectivity, Power, and Control solutions, today announced that it has expanded its power solutions capabilities with the acquisition of Emrise Corporation's (OTCQB: EMRI) Electronic Devices Group, Emrise Electronics Ltd. Emrise Electronics Ltd is comprised of XCEL Power Systems Ltd and Pascall Electronics Ltd, international market leaders in power conversion products.

Read More


June 2015

Bohemia, New York (June 2015) Data Device Corporation has been awarded a contract by The Boeing Company to provide the ARINC 629 Plastic Optical Converter (APOC) for use on the Boeing 777X. The APOC is a Line Replaceable Unit (LRU) that contains an array of Optical Media Converters (OMCs) that convert electrical ARINC 629 signals from each system LRU into optical signals that can communicate on a Passive Optical Network (PON) using Plastic Optical Fiber (POF).

Read More


June 2015

Bohemia, New York (June 3, 2015) Data Device Corporation (DDC), introduces a new High Temperature Resolver-to-Digital Converter (RD-1930X), offering an off-the-shelf, high reliability motion feedback solution for today’s rugged, high temperature applications. Resolver-based motion feedback systems offer inherent environmental advantages over optical encoders that are vulnerable to humidity, dirt, oil, grease and vibration. DDC’s RD-1930X resolver-to-digital converter offers additional environmental advantages, by utilizing Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI) technology, to extend the operating temperature to +200°C, for use in extreme thermal environments. The RD-1930X series also provides high accuracy 14-bit resolution, enabling positioning to 8 arc-minutes. The durable design of the RD-1930X, combined with its high accuracy and flexible programmability (resolution, bandwidth and tracking), makes this resolver-to-digital converter ideal for position control applications exposed to extreme thermal environments, including oil and gas downhole drilling, commercial aerospace engine control, missile fin actuation, and factory automation.

Read More


May 2015

Bohemia, New York (May 5, 2015) Data Device Corporation (DDC), the leader in multi-protocol avionics data bus connectivity solutions introduces its new Rugged Avionics Interface Computer. Ideal for both system upgrades and new systems, DDC’s Rugged Avionics Computer provides a flexible and scalable platform that supports a wide range of Ethernet, MIL-STD-1553, ARINC 429, ARINC 717, CANbus 2.0/ARINC 825, RS-232/422/485 and Avionics/Digital Discrete I/O data network communications. The system combines industry leading performance from Intel’s embedded computing architecture and the I/O flexibility of DDC’s High Density Multi-Protocol XMC module, to deliver unmatched avionics connectivity in a small form factor, deployable, rugged enclosure.

Read More


April 2015

Bohemia, New York (April 2015) Data Device Corporation introduces a new ARINC 429 Line Driver, in an 8-pin, SOIC (Small Outline Integrated Circuit) package, with exposed pad for thermal enhancement. The DD-4107X Line Drivers convert TTL/CMOS serial input data to ARINC specified amplitudes, and are a direct drop-in replacement for Holt and DEI line drivers.

Read More


March 2015

Bohemia, New York (March 2015) Data Device Corporation introduces the Avionics Interface Computer (AIC), providing a scalable, programmable, and portable platform to develop and test MIL-STD-1553 and ARINC 429 system applications via an Ethernet network. The AIC features 2 PMC and 2 Mini-PCIe expansion sites, allowing users to select interface boards optimized for their specific application and connectivity needs. An onboard Intel® Atom™ E3845 Quad Core 1.91GHz processor provides programming flexibility and simplifies connectivity by automatically bridging messages in real-time between Ethernet, ARINC 429, and MIL-STD-1553. The BU-67121W AIC also lowers the complexity and cost of many long discrete cables by locating the 1553/429 interfaces close to onboard electronics, and then using the Ethernet interface to provide network access and control from the test lab.

Read More


February 2015

Bohemia, New York (February 2015) Data Device Corporation introduces Nano-ACE™, the world’s smallest and lowest power MIL-STD-1553 Remote Terminal/Monitor. Nano-ACE™ utilizes a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) to reduce pin count and package size, so that users can now benefit from DDC’s renowned 1553 functionality and reliability in an ultra small package, enabling the development of more compact and higher density boards. The BU-67743LC Nano-ACE’s highly efficient +3.3V transceivers reduce power and heat dissipation requirements, enabling further board miniaturization.

Read More


January 2015

Bohemia, New York (January 2015) Data Device Corporation (DDC) now offers its 8-Channel, Solid-State Power Controller (SSPC) in a ruggedized military-grade form factor, offering advanced programmability and high-power density in a compact, highly reliable package. In addition to improved reliability and smart power control, the 8-Channel SSPC Power Distribution Unit (RP-20S19XXX) provides significant Size, Weight, Power and Cost (SWaP-C) savings.

Read More