Electrical Power System

The electrical power system provides energy for the spacecraft to accomplish its mission, fueling the unique science performed by every spacecraft. The EPS components include both power storage and power generation items.

66V Micro Battery

Features

Our 66V system increases the base voltage supplied to different parts of the spacecraft, ensuring that as our systems and power needs grow larger, efficiencies stay high

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28V High Power Point of Load Regulator

Features

The 28V Point of Load regulator is designed to alow missions with a higher bus voltage to utilize lower voltage components, without needing to change the spacecraft EPS design, or run long, low voltage harnesses.

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28V Low Power Point of Load Regulator

Features

The 28V Point of Load regulator is designed to allow missions with a higher bus voltage to utilize lower voltage components, without needing to change the spacecraft EPS design, or run long, low-voltage harnesses.

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12V XL Battery

Features

The Battery Module is the fuel tank of the spacecraft, where electrical energy is stored. Spacecraft frequently pass through the shadow of the earth or need to point in directions other than the sun in order to fulfill their mission.
Built into the module is a complete battery health package, including heaters, sensors, and battery protection circuitry.
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12V Max Power Point Tracker (MPPT)

Features

The MPPT connects the Solar Arrays with the battery, making sure that energy flows smoothly into the system, and operates at peak efficiency at all times.

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66V Max Power Point Tracker (MPPT)

Features

The MPPT connects the Solar Arrays with the battery, making sure that energy flows smoothly into the system, and always operates at peak efficiency.

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66V Load Controller

Features

The Load Controller is responsible for switching on/off the supply of power to all the modules on the spacecraft, as well as providing primary actuation for torque rods, and gathering temperature data from thermistors not otherwise part of a module.

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6 Cell Body Mount Panel

Features

The 6-cell body mount panel is used on Terran’s larger microsat platforms, generating power to fuel the mission.

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Nano Solar Array

Features

The Nano Solar Array is Terran’s standard nanosat class solar array, used in 6U spacecraft and above. The array uses a tri-fold design, allowing it to collapse into a very small volume, compliant with most 6 and 12 U dispensers.

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Mavericks Bus Backplane

Features

Backplanes are the arteries of a spacecraft, connecting all components in the spacecraft together. The Mavericks Bus Backplane is the standard backplane used for the Mavericks platform but can be customized for various mission needs.

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SADA stand in module

Features

The SADA Stand-In Module provides mounting fixtures and harness routing to externally deployable solar arrays on missions that do not require the SADA module

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RWA Combiner Board

Features

The RWA combiner board allows Terran Orbital to construct compact triads of reaction wheels for additional redundancy.

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12V Nano Battery

Features

The Battery Module is the fuel tank of the spacecraft where electrical energy is stored. Spacecraft frequently pass through the shadow of the earth or need to point in directions other than the sun in order to fulfill their mission.
Built into the module is a complete battery health package, including heaters, sensors, and battery protection circuitry.
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12V Load Controller

Features

The Load Controller is responsible for switching on/off the supply of power to all the modules on the spacecraft, as well as providing primary actuation for torque rods, and gathering temperture data from thermistors not otherwise part of a module.

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