CarboNIX is a separation system for small satellites weighing up to 200 kg. CarboNIX uses shock-free technology to reduce the risk of damaging sensitive satellites optical payloads and electronic components. In addition, CarboNIX uses a unique spring pusher system which separates the satellite before the shocks are generated, making it the lowest-shock separation system ever used in space.
The whole system can be triggered and reset in minutes.
CarboNIX was successfully qualified in space in 2019.
CarboNIX can be adapted to any launch vehicle.
CarboNIX can be easily added to a large cluster launch.
CarboNIX weighs 3.1 kg and is 50 mm thick.
The system is not subject to export restrictions of any kind.