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GE Gets Orders from Lee Air for High Density Avionics Interface

July 27, 2014

Intelligent Platforms reported that it had secured orders from Lee Air of Wichita, Kansas for substantial quantities of GE's CEI- 430 high density ARINC 429 intelligent interface for PC/104-Plus, which will be deployed within Cessna aircraft avionics systems.

"GE has a long history of delivering leading edge embedded avionics solutions - MIL-STD-1553, ARINC 429, AFDX or ARINC 664 - to aircraft manufacturers," said Benton Daniel, Leader, Avionics Business Unit at GE Intelligent Platforms, "helping them to deploy their projects into military and commercial environments around the world."

According to a release, the CEI-430 provides complete, integrated databus functionality for up to 24 channels of ARINC 429 or 575 along with ARINC 717, 573 and other selected 2-wire, 32-bit protocols, on a PC/104-Plus or PCI-104 platform. The CEI-430 supports maximum data throughput on all 24 ARINC 429 channels while providing on-board message scheduling, label filtering, multiple buffering options, time-tagging and error detection. Configurations with support for ARINC 717, ARINC 573, and IRIG-B receiver (AM or DC/ TTL) and generator (DC/TTL) support are optional. The IRIG-B DC level output signal can be utilized to synchronize time stamps across multiple boards. Ruggedized configurations with extended operating temperatures are also available.

GE Intelligent Platforms is a General Electric company, headquartered in Charlottesville, VA and part of GE Energy Management.

GE works on finding solutions in energy, health and home, transportation and finance.

More information and complete details:

defense.ge-ip.com

ge.com

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