iNRCORE Congratulates NASA and Lockheed Martin
(BRISTOL, PA, USA) – On January 14th, 2021, NASA announced that Lockheed Martin’s Artemis I Orion spacecraft had completed assembly and passed all required testing for the anticipated Artemis I mission slated for 2021. The spacecraft was then transferred into possession of NASA’s Exploration Ground Systems (EGS) team at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. After final fueling and preparation, the Orion spacecraft will then be moved to NASA’s Vehicle Assembly Facility for final attachment to the SLS booster rocket in preparation for the Artemis I mission which will send the un-crewed Orion Capsule around the Moon and return to Earth. The goal of the Artemis I is to certify the spacecraft for human spaceflight. This would clear the way for the crewed Artemis II mission, landing the first woman and next man on the Moon by 2024.
iNRCORE, LLC is a proud supplier to NASA’s Artemis program, providing signal and power magnetic components utilized on the Orion Spacecraft (Crew Module). These iNRCORE products support 18 mission critical systems produced by Lockheed Space, Honeywell Space Systems , Moog Space and Defense, SEAKR Engineering, Collins Aerospace, Ball Aerospace and others. iNRCORE is proud of our partners’ continued innovation, and we congratulate both NASA and Lockheed Martin on reaching a historic milestone in the quest for lunar discovery.
iNRCORE Releases NEW Discontinuous High Voltage Flyback Transformer Line
(BRISTOL, PA, USA) – iNRCORE is proud to announce the launch of our brand new Discontinuous High Voltage Flyback Transformers. These transformers (PL476X) are compatible with Analog Devices’ LT8304-1 Micropower Isolated Flyback Converters, which are ideal for isolated power supplies found in automotive, medical, industrial, and telecom applications. Boasting powerful capabilities (-55ºC to +125ºC operating temperature, voltage up to 15V) and packaged in a miniature footprint, iNRCORE’s new Flyback Transformers are designed with compatibility in mind.