JUPITER-MM-5000 213W PC/104-Plus DC/DC Power Supply Module Targets Rugged Networked Applications Diamond Systems Corp. — No Comments Diamond Systems announces the Jupiter-MM-5000 high-efficiency, high-precision family of DC/DC power supply modules. These rugged I/O modules offer up to 213W of +5VDC and +12VDC power in either the compact PC/104 form factor or PC/104-Plus form factor. Advanced Technology 213W PC/104-Plus DC/DC Power Supply Jupiter-MM-5000 power supplies consist of a PC/104 form factor module with complete DC-DC voltage regulator circuitry, integrated thermal solution, detachable screw terminal block I/O connections, and PC/104 bus connectors. The wide input voltage range of 7 to 34VDC is compatible with industry standard 12V, 24V, and 28V inputs. The Jupiter-MM-5000 uses a state-of-the-art design with the latest generation high efficiency components. It delivers efficiency as high as 95 percent, reducing input power requirements as well as heat generation. Jupiter-MM-5000 was engineered for rugged applications such as automotive or on-vehicle. Extended temperature operation of -40ºC to +85ºC is tested and guaranteed. Low-profile, surface mount components reduce susceptibility to shock and vibration. I/O connections are made with locking screw terminal blocks for the highest degree of ruggedness. The modules are compatible with MIL-STD-202G shock and vibration specifications. Read More About Diamond Systems Corp. DIAMOND SYSTEMS CORPORATION, founded in 1989, provides compact, rugged embedded computing solutions to customers around the world in a wide range of industries. We deliver both board-level products and system-level solutions incorporating these products. Our expertise is in analog I/O technology, high integration, customization, and rugged design. Our embedded CPU boards provide a unique level of integration by incorporating data acquisition and other features right on the board, reducing size and cost. Our analog I/O capabilities include our patented, best-in-class autocalibration technology that reduces analog measurement errors by a factor of 10 over competitors' solutions.