One of the largest defense contractors in the United States, Raytheon company, recently reached a deal with missile/rocket manufacturer Aerojet Rocketdyne, Inc. for the purchase of the latter’s propulsion systems. Arriving on the heels of Raytheon’s standard missile...
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NTM-9: 6″ Bargraph Meter
The NTM-9 is a replacement for General Electric GE 180 or Yokogawa 180, Weschler Westinghouse VX251 and VX252, Dixson BB101 and 202PV, Sigma 1151 and 1251, NES “6”, Takemoto, Triplett, A&M or Weston 49 Series, Bowmar, Crompton 128, or any 6″ bargraph meter. Industry-standard housing 2.16″ W x 6″ H x 3″ D available in plastic or metal.
This unit houses up to 2 channels and is available in loop (4-20mA), A.C. signal, or external power to replace fit, form, and function any analog or digital panel meter. Our Powerless (loop/signal) versions only consume <60mW, comparable to an analog meter! The external power series features over 30 signal conditioners.
SSAM-N: 4″ ANSI Meter
Solid State Analog Meter (SSAM) that replaces form, fit & function any ANSI 4” switchboard analog meter.
The SSAM-N is powered by the signal it measures, just like an analog meter, but without the stuck needle, inaccuracy, and the sensitivity to shock, vibration, EMI/RFI, and without the lack of HMI of the analogs. We replaced any and all “digital assets,” (microprocessors, etc,.) with old fashioned CMOS Logic (as defined by NEI 08-09), replaced them with the latest hardware, and added our patented technology. We married this to the most advanced LED technology (approaching organic LED) to give you super bright bargraph and numerical displays.
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The U.S. Navy released a memo last week outlining a proposed overhaul of their cybersecurity systems across the board, in response to a rise in such technological threats from China. At the heart of the memo was an intense focus on updating a network infrastructure...
Defense contractor Lockheed Martin Corp. has been awarded a $31.9 million contract by the U.S. government to develop a specialized weapon-delivery system capable of striking mobile enemy targets. The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) conferred the...