Voyager 8 Plus

Radio-focussed variant of Voyager 8 with 50% extra power

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As traditional reachback network architectures are supplemented by the need to analyse data on the edge of the network, your compute and communications requirements have grown. The Voyager 8 Plus chassis increases the power budget of Voyager 8 by 50% to support Klas’ Xeon-based compute modules and the expanding range of radio interface brackets. This provides access to the data that you need in-theater and the ability to analyse and disseminate it. The range is supplemented by the airworthiness-qualified variant, Voyager 8+ Aero to provide enroute communications.

Figure 1: Front of Voyager 8 Plus Showing 8 Voyager Module Slots Figure 2: Voyager 8 Plus Rear
Figure 3: Chassis removed from case for rack mounting

Voyager 8 Plus Brochure

Key Features

■ Supports the full range of Voyager network modules to provide:

  • Routing & switching
  • VoIP
  • Server virtualization
  • Radio Integration
  • WAN acceleration
  • Storage
  • UPS
  • Satellite, terrestrial and cellular backhaul

■ Can be configured as a tactical data storage network, tactical radio integration system, cross domain suite and more

■ Compute module on the rear of the Voyager 8 PLUS runs KlasOS Keel and hence provides many familiar features such as a Ciscolike CLI for management, SSH, SNMP, and a built-in hypervisor. Features include:

  • LCD display which can be configured to show battery status information
  • Monitoring of battery state and input power state via SMBus and PMBus
  • Reporting of battery and power state
  • User authentication, SSH access, etc. using the same KlasOS codebase as for Common Criteria approved products
  • Built-in hypervisor to allow deployment of a GuestOS, for example, a lightweight management suite to monitor the installed modules

Specifications

Transit Case

Size

■ 18.8” x 22.5” x 10.1” (478 x 571 x 257mm)

Weight

■ 21.35kg (47lbs) (excluding batteries)

Construction

■ Aerospace-grade, carbon fiber monocoque built from single mold structure for maximum strength
■ Milled aluminum handles
■ O-ring seal around front and rear lids
■ Pressure equalization valve

Handles and Wheels

■ Retractable extension handle
■ Handles on top and bottom of case
■ Dual heavy duty plastic wheels

Standards

Designed to meet:
■ IP67 case
■ MIL-STD-810H
■ BMIL-STD-461G

Chassis

■ 5U 19-inch rack (additional chassis shelf required – sold separately)

Construction

■ Aluminum sheet metal
■ Milled aluminum latches
■ Eight (8) Voyager network module slots (for use with or without Voyager 1 battery attached to modules)

Operating Temperature Range

■ -10°C to 50°C

Storage Temperature Range

■ -10°C to 85°C

Input Electrical Specifications

■ 21-34 VDC (38 Amp maximum)
■ 90-264 VAC (<10 Amp at 100 VAC)
■ Max input current of 10 Amp allowed for NEMA Sockets and Voyager 8 Plus

Output Electrical Specifications

■ 8 x 12 VDC at 120 W and 28 VDC at 120 W. The total slot power is 560W
■ 8 x 52 VDC outputs in backplane for PoE support (PoE power available is 200W)
■ 2 x AC outputs available when AC input is present (these outlets are not filtered but are fused to 10 Amp. Please check the powered device for voltage range before using)

Compute Module

■ Intel® Atom™ x5-E3930 dual core processor with 1.3 GHz core frequency up to 1.8 GHz
■ 2 MB L2 cache
■ 2 GB 2133 MT/s LPDDR4 onboard memory and 16 GB eMMC onboard flash
■ 1 Gb Ethernet and console port interface

UPS

■ 3 x BB-2590 batteries (available in high capacity for extended operation or lower capacity to comply with IATA regulations)

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