Mission Computer/Controller

The MCC is a MIL-STD real-time ARM CPU based Mission Computer, designed to manage and control aircraft sensors , safety systems and multiple solutions in an extreme environmental conditions. It is rugged, light weight (2Kg), low power (< 15W), providing a wide array of avionic interfaces and user-friendly applications. The MCC supports both military and civil communications standards, such as MIL-STD-1553/1760 , CAN bus, Ethernet, RS-422, RS-232, USB and more. The MCC can be installed on any required platform including aircraft payload POD.

The MCC includes managed Ethernet switch and high capacity 32 GB Flash storage device for data recording and debriefing. The unit has a comprehensive Built-In-Test capabilities.


Power In Main 28VDC (704A) 1
Power In Backup 28VDC (704A) 1
Remote power ON/OFF 1
Managed Ethernet switch 10/100 4 (up to 7)
MIL-STD-1553 BC (Dual redundant) 2
MIL-STD-1553 RT/MT (Dual redundant) 2
RS-422 serial comm 8
RS-422 differential discrete (optional) 16
Discrete Input (Opto-isolated) 16
Discrete Output (Opto-isolated) 2
DVI out 1
Audio output 1
Audio input 1
RS-232 8
LVDS inputs/outputs (optional) 8
LVTTL inputs/outputs (Optional) 2
A/D 1
Fail Indication Discreet Output 1
Temperature sensor 2

Power Supply requirements

18-36VDC per MIL-STD-704A


The cooling of the MCC is by heat natural convection from its surface.


The MCC will not be damaged or affected by the effects of ambient air temperature as follows:
Operating: The MCC meets performance requirements specified herein after exposure to temperatures – -40° to +71°C
Non-operating: (Storage/transportation) – -54° to 85°C.

Relative humidity

Operating: 95% relative humidity (RH) with no condensation.
Non-operating: 95% RH.


The MCC has an MTBF of 50,000 hours at 40°C .
Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) does not exceed 30 minutes.


According to MIL-STD-810F for airborne environment.


According to MIL-STD-810F, 40g for duration of 11msec.


The MCC is non-nutrient to fungus growth according to MIL-STD-810F.

Sand and Dust

The MCC operates as specified herein while and after being subjected to sand and dust as encountered in dry arid arias according

Salt Fog:

The MCC is resistant to the corrosive effects of salt fog environment according to MIL-STD-810E.

Electromagnetic Interference

The MCC complies to the requirements of MIL-STD-461E.