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the first offering from the new series, providing a fully

and just added the TA360 series of power delivery

customizable data converter. Shadin said it will use this

devices to its lineup.
The TA360 USB charging ports are designed to be

product to address growing customer demand for plugand-play, flight-worthy products capable of digitally

used in a variety of airborne applications, including

interpreting discrete electronics throughout an aircraft.

in-seat mounting, for galleys, as part of a cabin
entertainment system and in the cockpit. The products

The V60's design incorporates a sealed enclosure
and a 22-pin military-standard circular connecter. It

come in a variety of configurations, including USB-C

weighs less than 1 pound, consumes under 10 watts

and USB-A connections, single- and dual-port designs,

of power and accommodates 16 discrete inputs. The

and with or without lighting. As a USB-standard

status of those inputs then is transmitted with a user-

charging port, it's compatible with and can charge

specified ARINC 429 label. Initial applications for the

virtually any device, including dedicated electronic flight

V60 include converting engine parameters to ARINC

bags, laptop computers, smartphones and tablets.
The product's hardware specifications allow it to

standards and providing discrete I/O consolidation and
concentration. The V60 meets MIL-STD-810 and DO-

provide up to 60 watts of charging power from each

160G hardware standards.

port, with output voltages ranging from 5 to 20 VDC
at up to 3 amps. Input voltage can range from 22 to

Shadin said the V60 is designed to quickly respond
to an ever-present demand for unique data conversion

32 VDC. Both ports of a dual-port TA360 can be used

applications on aircraft. "With the exponential growth

simultaneously, and the products feature short-circuit,

of digital electronic control on aircraft, we have seen

power-surge and over-temperature protections. To

tremendous demand for a reliable and customizable

help simplify installation, the TA360 is available with a

discrete-to-ARINC converter, and the Volta-60 is the

variety of faceplates, including dust covers.

exact product to meet that need," said Trevor Lund,

Device weight ranges from 28 grams (1 ounce) for

Shadin's director of product management. "The V60

single-port devices to 71 grams (2.5 ounces) for dual

allows aircraft owners to avoid costly upgrades to

USB-C configurations. Sizes uniformly are 1.5-inch

primary avionics systems to meet the growing number

wide and 2 inches deep, with single-port outlets 0.52

of discrete I/O on the aircraft."

inches in height, and dual-port versions 1.03 inches

In addition to the company's popular line of fuel

high. Certifications for the TA360 include FAA TSO C71,

flow management instruments, the Volta Series

EASA ETSO C71 and RTCA DO-160G. The TA360 is

joins Shadin's AIS family, which includes the AIS-

designed and manufactured in Wichita, Kansas.
Separately, Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics

100 Memory, AIS-350 Manchester, AIS-360 Digital,
AIS-370 Ethernet, AIS-380 Analog, AIS-450 Synchro,

said it has been named a dealer and the authorized

AIS-460 Military 1553, and AIS-800 Engine converter

service center for BendixKing AeroCruze 100/230 and

products. The Volta Series was launched with the

xCruze 100/110 autopilots (formerly the TruTrak Vizion

Volta-60 and soon will be complemented with the to-

and Gemini).
For more information, visit truebluepowerusa.com. q

be-released Volta-80 Radio Altimeter Converter.
For more information, visit shadin.com.
True Blue Power
True Blue Power, a division of Mid-Continent
Instrument Co. Inc., is devoted to designing and
manufacturing advanced power solutions for all
segments of the aviation industry, and for maritime
applications. Its product line includes a variety of
next-generation components like inverters, voltage
converters, backup power supplies and lithium-ion
batteries. True Blue also markets USB charging ports,

True Blue Power's TA360

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