Improved MTS-3060A SmartCan for flightline testing
Marvin Test Solutions began production shipments of its new MTS-3060A SmartCan Gen2 universal O-level armament test set, the company announced on 7 January.
The new MTS-3060A SmartCan Gen2 provides flightline test capabilities for combat aircraft suspension and alternate mission equipment including pylons, launchers, bomb racks and pods. It delivers augmented test capabilities, expanded weapons capability, enhanced cybersecurity, extended battery life and additional communication channels.
The MTS-3060A SmartCan Gen2 makes test procedure development easier by using the company’s ATEasy test executive and test development software suite. ATEasy’s open architecture offers a simple programming environment, comprehensive hardware and software simulation and online user support through the company’s M@GIC customer portal.
Stephen Sargeant, CEO of Marvin Test Solutions, said: ‘The SmartCan Gen2 delivers significant new and advanced features that make test easy at the flightline. Our customers will benefit from more comprehensive test capabilities with robust, built-in cybersecurity features that help to ensure mission readiness both today and well into the future.’
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