Secure Systems & Information Assurance

API Adds New "Product Finder" Feature

API Technologies recently launched a new Product Finder feature designed to direct site visitors to relevant products and solutions. Read on for some quick tips on how to use it.

To access the Product Finder, select "Products" from the top menu, or click here.

The product finder offers three ways to explore API's broad range of products:

API's Henry Gold to Present at Remote Management Conference

API's Henry Gold will be a featured presenter at this year's Remote 2010 Conference & Expo: Advancements in Managing and Monitoring Mission Critical Sites and Equipment. The conference will take place from October 19-20 in Dallas, Texas. In its ninth year, the Remote 2010 Conference & Expo is a technology-driven, solution oriented event that brings together innovators and users from multiple industries, including utilities, infrastructure, power, oil and gas, telecom, remote networks and facilities management. This year's conference will focus on the leading advancements for the monitoring and management of distributed equipment and facilities, remote assets and device networks.

EMCON External Multi Use Enclosure

API Technologies' External Multi Use Enclosure is a TEMPEST Level I device that allows the user to connect additional peripherals or disk space to a TEMPEST Level I Workstation.

The design is capable of housing two full size 5.25" devices with adapters to use 3.5" device if required.  If removable media is required, a door is added but no door is required if the enclosure is used as an additional hard drive.  There are both power and activity LEDS on the front panel.

The peripherals installed in the enclosure can be IDE, SATA, or USB.  An internal circuit provides the necessary power filtering and conversion so the external connection to a TEMPEST CPU is USB.

Features: 
  • Input power to power adapter: 90 to 240VAC
  • Can house 2 full size 5.25" devices with adapters to use 3.5" device
Benefits: 
  • Easilty allows the user to connect additional peripherals or disk space to a TEMPEST Level I Workstation
  • High input power to ensure sufficient speed and usablity

EMCON Crypton Interface Device

API Technologies' Crypto Interface Device (CID) offers a low cost solution for interfacing DB-25 terminated shielded cables and TEMPEST fibre optic modems to KG 84 devices.  This eliminates the need to use external equipment with military-style 55 pin circular connectors.

The CID is a milled aluminum box equipped with a circular 55 pin mil-connector which mates directly to the KG 84 and a DB-25 connector for connection to system wiring or TEMPEST fibre optic modem.

Sufficient surface area surrounds the DB-25 connector to ensure good electrical bonding to the TEMPEST fibre optic modem or shielded backshell of the cable connector.

The CID is a passive device designed to maintin TEMPEST compliance.  The removable cover features a recessed compression gasket which forms an RF tight seal.  The shielding performance of the CID exceeds triple shieldeexceeds triple shielded cable.d cable.

Features: 
  • KG 84 to DB-25 interface
  • Replaces fixed plant adapter
  • Reconfigurable connector pin-outs
  • Mates with TEMPEST fibre optic modem or shielded DB-25 backshells
Benefits: 
  • Low cost, high productivity
  • Eliminates the need for external equipment
  • Exceeds triple shielded cable for ultimate protection

EMCON 7 RU EMI Shielded Cabinet

API Technologie's Emcon 7 RU EMI shielded cabinet provides the shielding effectiveness required by users deploying computer and networking equipment in secure environments.  This cabinet features easy-closing doors with lockable latching mechanisms.

API's cabinets are individually tested by a Certified TEMPEST Professional (CTP) for sheilding effectiveness.  A sheilding effectiveness test report is a deliverable with every unit.

With customer-supplied equipment, these cabinets can be certified to NSTISSM TEMPEST/1-92, Level I; CID09/15A, Level I; and SDIP-27 Level A (providing the equipment and associated systems are installed to the requirements identified in SDIP-29)

Features: 
  • Easy-closing door with leveraged latching mechanism
  • Anti-tip design
Benefits: 
  • Designed for both ease-of-use and safety
  • Effective shielding for computer and networking equipment

EMCON 16 RU EMI Shielded Cabinet

API Technologies EMI Shielded cabinets provide the shielding effectiveness required by users deploying computer and netowrking equipment in secure environments.  They are individually tested by a Certified TEMPEST Professional (CTP) for shielding effectiveness test report is a deliverable with every unit. 

With customer-supplied equipment, these cabinets can be certified to NSTISSAM TEMPEST/1-92, Level I; CID09/15A, Level I; and SDIP-27 Level A (providing the equipment and associated systems are installed to the requirements identified in SDIP-29.

Features: 

Construction Aluminum

  • Mounting Space 16 RU
  • Front mounting rails: Fixed
  • Rear mounting rails: Adjustable, 24” to 30” spacing from front rails

Heat Dissipation

  • 4000 BTU per hour min.

Airflow

  • Front to back

Accessibility

  • Front door: Full height
  • Rear door: Full height

Interfaces

  • Power 2 x 20 amp, filtered
  • Fibre optic waveguide assembly x 2: 3 x 0.50 holes per waveguide
  • Able to pass pre-terminated ‘zip’cords
  • Able to install pre-terminated multi-core cables (.5” diameter maximum) 
  • 3 x DE cutouts (video, keyboard and mouse)
  • 3 x DB cutouts (RS530)

Attenuation

  • E-field Minimum 60 dB attenuation from 1 MHz to 1 GHz
  • Power line Minimum 60 dB attenuation from 100 kHz to 1 GHz

Power Cords and Bars

  • Cords 2 x 20 amp power cords, 10 feet long

Note: plug type to be specified Bars 2 x 20 amp power bars, 6 outlet

Benefits: 
  • Designed for both ease-of-use and safety
  • Effective shielding for computer and networking equipment

EMCON 21 RU EMI Shielded Cabinet with Optional 8 RU Cabinet

API Technologies EMI Shielded cabinets provide the shielding effectiveness required by users deploying computer andnetowrking equipment in secure environments.  The cabinets feature an easy-closing door with leveraged latching mechanism, lifting eyes and an anti-tip design.  The EMI cabinets are individually tested by a Certified TEMPEST Porfessional (CTP) for shielding effectiveness.  A shielding effectiveness test report is a deliverable with every unit.

API's EMI cabinets are individually tested by a Certified TEMPEST Professional (CTP) for shielding effectiveness.  A shielding effectiveness test report is deliverable with every unit.  With customer-supploed equipment, these cabinets can be certified to NSTISSAM TEMPEST/1-92, Level I; CID09/15A, Level I; and SDIP-27 Level A (providing the equipment and associated systems are installed to the requirements identified in SDIP-29)

Features: 

 

Heat Dissipation

 

  • 15,000 BTU per hour
  • Managed air flow
  • Filtered air intake on rear
  • Air exhaust on top
  • Airflow Front to back of equipment

 

Accessibility

 

  • Pull out rack provides access to front and back of equipment rack
  • Cable Management Internal cable management system including fibre patch panel, connector type to be specified

 

Environmental Monitoring

 

  • System Door Closure

 

Temperature

 

  • May be remotely monitored over Ethernet 

 

Interfaces

 

  • Configurations: SC, ST, LC fibre connectors
  • Power: 2 x 30 amp @220 VAC, filtered
  • Fibre optic waveguide assembly x 2: 3 x 0.50 holes per waveguide, Able to pass pre-terminated ‘zip’ cords, Able to install pre-terminated multicore cables (.5” diameter max.)

 

Attenuation

 

  • E-field Minimum 80 dB attenuation from 1 MHz to 1 GHz 

 

Power line

 

  • Minimum 80 dB attenuation from 100 kHz to 1 GHz

 

Power Cords and Bars

 

  • Cords 2 x 30 amp power cords, NEMA 6-30R plugs
  • Bars 2 x 20 amp power bars, 12 outlets
Benefits: 

 

  • Designed for both ease-of-use and safety
  • Effective shielding for computer and networking equipment

EMCON 37 RU EMI Shielded Cabinet

API Technologies' EMI Shielded cabinets provide the shielding effectiveness required by users deploying computer and networking equipment in secure environments.  The cabinets feature an easy-closing door with leveraged latching mechanism, lifting eyes and an anti-tip design.

EMCON's EMI cabinets are individually tested by a Certified TEMPEST Professional (CTP) for shielding effectiveness.  A shielding effectiveness test report is a deliverable with every unit.

With customer-supplied equipment, these cabinets can be certified to NSTISSAM TEMPEST/1-92, Level I; CID09/15A, Level I; and SDIP-27 Level A (providing the equipment and associated systems are installed to the requirements identified in SDIP-29)

Features: 
  • Easy-closing door with leveraged latching mechanism
  • Lifiting eyes
  • Anti-tip design
Benefits: 

 

  • Designed for both ease-of-use and safety
  • Effective shielding for computer and networking equipment

TEMPEST Level I Version Cisco's Catalyst 3750-24FS Switch

API Technologies introduces a TEMPEST version of Cisco's Catalyst 3750-24FS switch for government users requiring full TEMPEST computing environments - TEMPEST Level 1.

This switch meets the requirements of: NSTISSAM TEMPEST/1-92, Level I; CID09/15A, Level I; and SDIP-27 Level A (providing the equipment and associated systems are installed to the requirements identified in SDIP-29)

Features: 
  • 24 100BASE-FX ports
  • 1 RU multilayer switch
  • Enterprise-class intelligent services to the network edge
  • Cisco IOS IP Base Software Image installed
  • Basic RIP and static routing, upgradeable to full dynamic IP routing
Benefits: 
  • Incorporates full TEMPEST computing environments
  • Active upgrades to ensure up-to-date technology

TEMPEST Level I Version Allied Telesyn's Fibre Ethernet Switch

API Technologies introduces a TEMPEST version of Allied Telesyn's 8516F managed fast Ethernet switch for government users requiring full TEMPEST computing environments - TEMPEST Level I.

This switch meets the requirements of NSTISSAM TEMPEST/1-92, Level I; CID09/15A, Level I; and SDIP-27 Level A (providing the equipment and associated systems are installed to the requirements identified in SDIP-29). 

Features: 
  • L2-L4 intelligence
  • Advanced security
  • Advanced services
  • L2 redundancy
Benefits: 
  • Advanced security provides peace of mind
  • Up-to-date technology and services ensures optimal working environment
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