Sensors & Cameras

ARINC 818 is used on high-speed, high-resolution, mission-critical sensors and cameras including EO/IR systems; radar; Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR); and Enhanced Vision Systems (EVS) for flying in weather and brown-out conditions.

The ARINC 818 protocol accommodates many types of sensors and architectures, including concentrating multiple video streams on a single link, or channel bonding-breaking a video stream into multiple links.

  • Cameras
  • Sensors
  • Radar

RCP series

A two-part mating electrical connector on the underside of the RCP enables rugged pluggability with two mounting screws.

RJ series

With 10 or 12 surface mount leads, screw posts to secure the module to a PCB, and duplex LC receptacles, the RJ offers a 60 percent size reduction versus SFFs.

SFF series

Two rows of through-hole leads, ground and solder posts, and a screw holding the laser and receiver in place make for a very rugged component.

From left: COTSWORKS RCP, RJ, and SFF transceivers

276-339804 series

276-339804 series rugged pigtailed transceiver incorporates proprietary ruggedization techniquies suitable for applications requiring 100 percent reliability in harsh enviornments.

Single RX/TX and quadruple RX/TX rugged transceivers

Dagger series D38999

Dagger series D38999 transceivers, transmitters and receivers utilize optoelectronic transmitter and receivers functions integrated into a wall mount D38999 cylindrical connector. Compliant with ARINC 818.

Razor series

Razor series optical transceivers : fiber optic transceivers with duplex LC interface consist of optoelectronic transmitter and receiver functions integrated into a surface-mounted PCB assembly. Compliant with ARINC 818.

Dagger (left) and Razor (right) series transceivers


Active Optics by D-Lightsys®

Active Optics by D-Lightsys® offers broad portfolio of optical transceivers suitable for harsh environments. S-Light includes single-channel transmitter, receiver, and transceiver modules up to 4.25 Gb/s.

S-Light (left) and D-Light (right) transceiver families