Our extensive experience in electronic, electro-mechanical, and optical subassembly integration provides us with unique capabilities to assist with your defense and commercial product development. Interface offers various off-the-shelf subassemblies for your aircraft, marine, or land vehicle system that have been field-proven in products for such applications. Integrating one of our circuit card assemblies, keyboards, integrated switch assemblies/bezels, or display modules into your system will significantly minimize the time-to-market, development cost and technology risks. Interface supplies our subassemblies separately or integrates them into one package that is ready to install into the customers LRU or directly into the aircraft. The subassembly is modified to provide the customer-specific functions with little or no non-recurring engineering cost.
Interface provides support at all project stages, from specification definition to qualification testing.
The following are examples of the subassemblies we can supply for your project. Electrical interfaces can be as simple as an RS-422, MIL-STD-1553, or ARINC 429, or as complex as is needed. Customer-developed software can be managed and loaded into the subassembly at our facilities or through a data port in the field.
X86 Processor Circuit Card Assemblies (CCAs)
Interface has developed an extensive line of processor CCAs (from Pentium® I to Pentium M) that include many of the I/O devices required for aircraft systems communications. These subassemblies are installed in aircraft systems that have been qualified to MIL-STD-810, MIL-STD-461, and/or RTCA DO-160D.
Power Supply Circuit Card Assemblies
Interface has developed an extensive line of power supply CCAs that meet the requirements of MIL-STD-704 and RTCA DO-160D. These PS CCAs include EMI and lighting suppression as well as hold-up for power interruptions. These subassemblies are installed in aircraft systems that have been qualified to MIL-STD-810, MIL-STD-461, and/or RTCA DO-160D.
ARINC 429 PC-104 Circuit Card Assemblies
Interface has developed an ARINC 429 communications card that complies with the electrical and physical form factor of the PC-104 standard. The ARINC 429 CCA provides four receive and two transmit channels and is installed in aircraft systems that have been qualified to MIL-STD-810, MIL-STD-461, and/or RTCA DO-160D.