Voyager 8

A State of the Art, Multi-Enclave Chassis

A single Voyager 8 system can support up to four secure network enclaves, hundreds of users, and be stacked to form a company command post or higher echelon network support package.

The award-winning Voyager 8 is a carbon fiber, airline carry-on-size transit case with a rack-mountable chassis that can host up to four secure network enclaves with HAIPEs, or be configured as a high port density, single enclave system. It provides uninterruptible power for up to eight Voyager network modules, or up to four secure network enclaves, with wide-ranging AC and DC power input. The chassis is housed in a carbon fiber transit case that meets airline carry-on-on size requirements.  Modules are severable, may be independently battery backed, and are able to be remotely powered from the Voyager 8 chassis.

Voyager 8 systems can be stacked to form a company command post or higher echelon network support package. Further, for Command and Control On the Move (C2OTM), airborne en route or other rackmount environments, the Voyager 8 chassis can be removed from the case and mounted in a standard 19″ rack.


Tactical Radio Integration Kit (TRIK)


Integrate Harris AN/PRC 117G, Harris AN/PRC 152, Thales AN/PRC 148 MBITR, L-3 Tactical Network Rover and other tactical radios into your route, switch and compute network and charge and power them in the same case! The Klas Telecom Voyager 8’s integrated power design and distribution system enables the radios to be seamlessly integrated without increasing size, weight and power (SWaP).

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Virtualization, Storage and Compute


Never be without your data. Voyager 8 can be utilized to deploy enterprise-grade, high-density compute and storage to tactical environments so that users can bring datacenter applications and services to the field. Voyager 8 enables localized data so as not to have to rely on faulty backhaul and limited bandwidth.

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Transit Case


  • 22″ W x 14″ D x 9″ H (559 mm x 356 mm x 229 mm)
  • Meets international and U.S. airline carry-on size requirements


  • 12 lb /  5.5 kg


  • Aerospace-grade, multidirectional carbon fiber for maximum strength
  • Hybridized with glass on inside surfaces
  • Milled aluminum handles
  • O-ring seal around front and rear lids
  • Automatic pressure equalization valve

Handles and Wheels

  • Retractable extension handle
  • Handles on front and rear lid
  • Handles on top and bottom of case
  • Dual 50 mm cast aluminum wheels
  • IP67-rated case
  • MIL-STD 810G compliant



  • 19″ W x 12.4″ D x 8.8″ H (482 mm x 316 mm x 223 mm)


  • 15.8 lb /  7.2 kg (excluding batteries)
  • Each standard BB-2590 battery weighs 2.8 lb / 1.27 kg (Lower capacity BB-2590 batteries available for IATA compliance)


  • 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

  • 0oC to 50oC

Storage Temperature Range

  • Cisco 5915 ESR
  • -10oC to 85oC

Input Power

  • 10-36 VDC up to 400 W (25 Amp maximum)
  • 90-264 VAC up to 400 W

Output Power

  • 8 x 12 VDC outputs in backplane to power modules
  • 8 x 48 VDC outputs in backplane for PoE support
  • Optional 2 x AC outputs available when AC input is present (these outlets are not filtered. Please check the powered device for voltage range before using)
  • Optional 2 x 12 VDC outputs


  • 2 x BB-2590 batteries (available in high capacity for extended operation or lower capacity to comply with IATA regulations)
  • Provides 414 Wh energy of backup

Voyager News

JCSE and 50th ESB-E Airborne Operation Jump Voyager Rugged Expeditionary System

Successful C4ISR Airborne Operation at 50th ESB-E and JCSE!

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MacDill AFB, Florida. Last week, in step with the Army's C4ISR efforts to modernize its tactical networks and information technology, 50th Expeditionary Signal Battalion -  Enhanced (50th ESB-E) and the Joint Communications Support Element (JCSE) successfully jumped their Voyager 8…

Klas Telecom Voyager Tactical Data Center Receives MIL-STD-810G Certification for Key Environmental Test Methods

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October 2, 2018 (WASHINGTON, D.C.) – Last month, Klas Telecom’s Voyager Tactical Data Center (TDC) received validation for multiple MIL-STD-810G Department of Defense (DoD) Test Method Standards for Environmental Engineering after undergoing rigorous stress testing by...

Former CIA Associate Director of Military Affairs and SOCOM Deputy Commander, Retired LTG John F. Mulholland, Jr., Joins Klas Telecom Government as Board of Directors Advisor

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August 9, 2018 (HERNDON, VIRGINIA) – Klas Telecom Government, a company that specializes in providing the U.S. Department of Defense and federal agencies with lightweight and man-portable tactical communications systems, announced today that retired Lieutenant General (LTG) John F. Mulholland...

Klas Telecom Releases VoyagerSW26G Rugged GbE Switch Based on New Cisco ESS 3300

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June 4, 2018 (WASHINGTON, D.C.) – Klas Telecom announced today the release of a new hardware module added to the Voyager deployable communications product suite, the VoyagerSW26G. VoyagerSW26G is a...