EMRISE to power US Military armoured vehicles
EMRISE has announced that it has received a $630,000 order from an international customer for custom modular power supplies to be used in a long-running US military armoured vehicle programme. The follow-on order is expected to be delivered beginning in early 2012.
According to the company the order was received by the Company's Pascall Electronics subsidiary, in the UK. Pascall provides power systems, RF devices and integrated subsystems for a broad range of military and commercial aircraft and other land- and sea-based programs.
EMRISE produces a range of custom and standard rugged power supplies for both new and existing military and commercial programmes. According to the company, this customer ‘has purchased several million dollars in power supplies for this armoured vehicle programme’.
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