New Plug&Play filters for datacenters and mission critical facilities

New unrivalled Plug & Play TEMPEST filters for data centers and mission critical facilities.

Electronic equipment can leak sensitive information over conducted or radiated electromagnetic emanations, and signals transmitted down unprotected lines can potentially be intercepted. That’s why filters are implemented into systems to prevent EMI disturbances, as TEMPEST filters stop the high frequency EM signals (or noise) emanating inside the secured environment.

Exxelia has a long history of manufacturing state-of-the-art electromagnetic interference (EMI) filtering technologies for space, avionic and defense markets. Thanks to this in-depth knowledge, Exxelia came to the conclusion that the installation of a product is as critical as its reliability, especially when shielding continuity and sensitive copper terminals are involved.

That’s where Exxelia’s new full range of TEMPEST pluggable filters will save time and spare headaches! The 9260W series is a multi-socket line extension with a built-in 16A Tempest filter (minimum 60dB, from 100KHz to 1GHz), CE qualified according to EM 60950-1 standard. 9260W series Plug&Play solution is available with UK, US and EU standard plugs and can be provided with any other standard plug upon request.
In addition, Exxelia completed its offer with the 9259W series of pluggable filters featuring various plug interfaces such as VGA/DVI, USB, Ethernet, Phone, Audio and much more.

9260W series and 9259W series are both fully compliant with EMC expectations and allow considerable time saving and cost-effectiveness. When a standard filter needs to be wired and shielded to each socket one-by-one before carefully re-closing the whole equipment, Exxelia new series can be installed using no special tools and with a smaller footprint. To all people handling sensitive information, a simple plugging operation is now enough to protect their data.

Available now, 9259W and 9260W series are fully customizable upon request.

Publié le 15 Mar 2017 par Marion Van de Graaf

I.A et Exxelia

Oui, vous lisez bien, chez Exxelia nous exploitons l’IA : l’intelligence artificielle.   L’histoire commence par une rencontre, sur le site de Marmoutier au sein de l’atelier Films en avril dernier. Automi, jeune start-up française, vient en visite pour explorer les possibilités d’application de contrôles visuels supportés par une IA. L’application est identifiée rapidement, le contrôle par Rayon X des pièces en vue de détecter les éclats de métal. L’équipe projet est constituée par Mireille et Florian qui, accompagnés de Galem et Leopold d’Automi, ont à charge de tester la technologie et de l’adapter au sein de l’atelier.    Plusieurs objectifs sont fixés : supprimer les aller-retours “d’identification des éclats” - “retouches” en vue de fabriquer les bonnes pièces du premier coup ; robustifier le temps de passage, fiabilisant ainsi l’OTD ; faciliter le travail des opérateurs et opératrices en leur donnant accès à des images mettant en lumière les défauts constatés.   Tout d’abord, il faut entraîner l’IA à détecter les défauts. La force d’Automi, peu d'images sont nécessaires pour entraîner l’IA, c’est donc très rapidement que les équipes d’Exxelia et d’Automi se mettent en marche en suivant le processus d'entraînement / validation / déploiement prévu.  Dès le mois de mai, les premiers essais sont conduits sur le terrain. Les images sont là et la détection s’opère. L’IA apprend au quotidien par les corrections effectuées par l’équipe projet en cas d’erreur.    Il reste maintenant plusieurs étapes à effectuer, pour rendre l’outil exploitable et disponible au plus près des postes de travail, notamment par la mise à disposition sur des tablettes des images et des détections. La technologie est mûre, le vrai défi pour l’équipe projet est maintenant d’inscrire cette technologie dans le quotidien, de manière accessible et simple d’utilisation. L’industrie 4.0 a pour vertu de supporter le quotidien des opérateurs et opératrices, ainsi que de l’ensemble des métiers où le numérique apporte un plus. Ce projet d’IA s’inscrit dans cette droite ligne, supportant à la fois les tâches de production et la qualité de nos produits.    Auteur : Alexandre MOEUF - Industry 4.0 Project Manager

Exxelia expose à Electronica China - Stand E5 5580 -

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