ENP Newswire -
Release date- 13122013 -
The integrated sensor is now entering testing, on track for delivery in 2015.
The testing cycle will include two phases. Ambient testing, which began in November, will confirm system-wide mechanical functioning, proper optical measurement of external phenomena and the ability of the electronics module to command the sensor via flight software in a lab at room temperature.
The sensor will then move directly into environmental testing, which simulates conditions during launch and in space, and is the final evaluation before being cleared for customer delivery.
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