Complex
Interface
Electronics

radiation analysis

Developments.


01.

IDA E-BOX
Internal Dosimeter Array Payload Interface Electronics

The E-BOX aims to accommodate different ESA space dosimetry instrumentation and similar JAXA instruments into one payload to be hosted on board the US HALO module of Gateway.
02.

SDT E-BOX
Space Dosimetry Telescope Payload Interface Electronics

It aims to perform cosmic radiation (space weather) and space dosimetric measurements at the same time during a typical Mars mission.

Developments.

IDA E-BOX

Internal Dosimeter Array Payload Interface Electronics
The activity covers the design development, production, and verification of Internal Dosimeter Array (IDA) payload Interface Electronics, called IDA E-BOX. The activity covers all engineering units and the flight ones as well with a full verification programme. IDA Payload is the first Lunar Gateway internal ESA science payload, which aims to accommodate different ESA space dosimetry instrumentation and similar JAXA instruments into one payload to be hosted on board the US HALO module of Gateway. The duty of the E-BOX would be to provide an electrical interface unit between Gateway onboard power and data systems and the hosted instrumentation while fulfilling all related Gateway requirements. The launch of the unit is expected in 2024 to be operational for up to 10 years in Moon orbit.

SDT E-BOX

Space Dosimetry Telescope Payload Interface Electronics
The activity covers the design development, production, and verification of Space Dosimetry Telescope (SDT) payload Interface Electronics, called SDT E-BOX. The activity covers all engineering units and the flight ones as well with a full verification programme. SDT Payload will be hosted on board the Earth Return Orbiter (ERO) during its journey to Mars and back to Earth. It aims to perform cosmic radiation (space weather) and space dosimetric measurements at the same time during a typical Mars mission. The duty of the E-BOX would be to provide an electrical interface unit between ERO spacecraft onboard power and data systems and the payload-hosted instrumentation while fulfilling all related ERO requirements. The launch of the unit is expected in 2026 to Martian orbit.

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