A Small, Lightweight, Attachable Battery
As an alternative to a backplane chassis, the Voyager 1 battery pack can be attached to the rear of any Voyager network module
Voyager 1 is a rugged battery pack that mates seamlessly to the back of the Voyager modules providing integrated UPS capability for the module and external devices.
With the addition of a mounted HAIPE encryption device and VoyagerESR or VoyagerVM, the battery powers a full secure network enclave. Voyager 1 can be powered from a larger chassis’ power backplane or from a DC-DC or AC-DC power adapter.
- 7.4” W x 1.65” D x 2” H
- 188 mm x 42 mm x 52 mm
- 1 lb / 0.48 kg
- UL94 V0 rated plastic
- Aluminum mounted plate
- Stainless steel thumbscrews
- 10-18 VDC
- 12 V and 48 V outputs to backplane connector
- 12 V output via Fischer 5-way D103A54 to power Haipe
Operating Temperature Range
- Charge: 0°C to 40°C
- Discharge: -20°C to 60°C
Storage Temperature Range
- -20°C to 50°C
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