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Enterprise Control System

Key Fill Device

Encryption Key Storage and Loading Unit
The Enterprise Control Systems Ltd (ECS) Key Fill Device (KFD) is a small rugged device for the storage and loading of Encryption keys. It incorporates a robust housing with security enhancing features. It has a 32 character Organic Light Emitting Diode Display (OLED) for displaying information.
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  • General Description
  • Technical Data

General Description

Designed for the storage and loading of encryption keys into ECS COFDM equipment.
 
The KFD uses three standard AA batteries and has low current draw even in full operational mode. The battery compartment has a coin release cover.
The KFD can be used to either upload or zeroise the encryption key data contained within an ECS COFDM product.
The KFD is construced of a robust aluminium housing and contains security enforcing features which reduce the likelihood of the stored data becoming compromised. The KFD is PIN protected.
 
The KFD has been shock and vibration tested, is IP67 sealed which protects the device against dust and temporary immersion in water to a depth of 150 mm.
 
The Encryption keys are generated by a Key Fill Interface Graphical User Interface (GUI) and transferred by USB to the KFD for storage and loading.
The KFD is supplied in a Pelicase which also houses the connecting cables.

Technical Data

Display: 32 character OLED display
Controls: 3 x button soft keys
12 button numeric keypad
High torque rotary switch
Battery Requirement: 3 AA Batteries
Predicted Battery Life: 20 hours continuous use
Mass: 850 g approx
Dimensions: 155 x 46.2 x 90 mm approx
Operating Temperature: -20º C to +60º C
Storage Temperature: -40º C to +70º C
Sealing: IP67 (dust tight and temporary immersion to 150 mm)
Vibration: DEF-STAN 00-35 (Part 3) Issue 4 Chapter 2-01 Vibration Annex A Basic off road spectrum plus low frequency extension
Shock: DEF-STAN 00-35 (Part 3) Issue 4 Chapter 2-04 Drop Test, Test M4