All laptops run off a DC voltage that is almost always generated from an AC source. The common AC frequencies found around the world and on the ground are 50 Hz and 60 Hz.
Military aircraft provide 400 Hz AC power and are not meant to run commercial devices. Connecting a commercial power supply could damage the laptop or even worse, create a much more expensive issue on the aircraft.
ProCustom Group’s advanced rugged laptops are deployed in all environments and you can bet on those systems running right now, inside the aircraft.
ProCustom Group’s MIL-STD-704 AC power adapter developed specifically for the United States Air Force has an AC input frequency of 50Hz to 60Hz. Designed for use in flight, the power supply can support a frequency range of 47Hz to 440Hz.
The adapter is built with flanged ends that have pre-drilled holes for mounting.
Getac systems supported include: B360, B300, F110, K120, T800, UX10, V110, S410 and A140.
PCG’s MIL-STD-704 power adapter ensures the USAF’s rugged laptops and tablets are fully functional in the air and on the ground.