SC Electronics has been awarded a contract to develop and deliver an ASTEP MOD1 multi-output switching power supply, in accordance with Government performance specifications. The unit must meet vibration specifications for in a rugged, mobile environment. Additionally, it will be designed to meet MIL STD-461 EMI requirements. Production of approximately 100 units will follow.
SC Electronics has announced completion of a firm fixed price contract to deliver 130 power supply subassemblies used in the Texas Instruments AN/VSG-2, Unit 2, Thermal Sight Mounted Gunner’s Display for the M60A3 Main Battle Tank.
SC Electronics has announced that it has been awarded a contract by The Aerospace Human Factors Research Laboratory (AHFRL) of the Civil Aerospace Medical Institute (CAMI) to build a new high-fidelity simulator for the purpose of continuing rotorcraft research. The contract requires an uncertified Level 6 simulator equivalent to a Single Engine Turbine Helicopter (SETH). SCE plans to develop a Six Degrees Of Freedom (6DOF) Bell 206B flight model based on software tools from Presagis USA (Montreal, Canada).
SC Electronics has announced that the Anti Skid Test Set (ASTS), Lockheed part number 2SJJ01127-0003, has been certified to ATEX (level?). The ASTS was designed to provide a velocity stimulus to the F-35 wheel speed transducer, which facilitates brake antiskid system checkouts. The ASTS is capable of providing a rotational velocity stimulus with over 7.5 inch pounds of torque and inducing various wheel speeds in the range of 0 to 2000 RPMs to verify correct system response on F-35 aircraft. The units may now be deployed by Lockheed to European airfields where ATEX certification is required.
SC Electronics has been awarded a contract by Jefferson Laboratory, Newport News VA, for the development of two hundred and sixty rack mounted power supplies required to energize particle acceleration quadruple magnets. The units are 1.5KW, 20A, 75V programmable, bipolar power supplies. Loads vary from a few 100’s of milliohms in resistance and a few 100’s millihenries in inductance to a few ohms and appoximately 1 Henry. The power supplies are remotely controlled. SCE will furnish all labor, equipment and materials, and perform all work necessary to design, prepare all drawings and manuals, manufacture and assemble, prepare test procedures, factory test and deliver units to Jefferson Lab.
Fort Worth, TX – SC Electronics announced today that it has been awarded a purchase order from Koch Pipeline Co., Wichita K.S., for delivery of a ruggedized, universal input 24-32V power supply for use in field operations. The SCE 926 meets military environmental requirements for use in rugged terrain and harsh climates.
Fort Worth, TX – SC Electronics announced today that it has been awarded a contract valued at approximately $1.8 million from U.S. Army CECOM, Ft. Monmouth, NJ. This is the second significant award from this customer for the SCE 950A ruggedized power supply. The SCE 950A produces 1-30 VDC output at up to 60 Amps. Input can be 85-270VAC, 50-400hz or 120-380VDC.
Fort Worth, TX – SC Electronics announced today that it has been awarded a contract valued at approximately $400,000 from Defense Logistics Agency, Richmond, VA for a high voltage power supply. This award stems from a previous contract under which the NSWC approved a critical appliaction item for production.
Fort Worth, TX – SC Electronics announced today that it has been awarded a contract valued at approximately $1.2 million from U.S. Army CECOM, Ft. Monmouth, NJ. to supply a number of ruggedized power supplies. The SCE 950A is a ruggedized COTS universal input, variable output DC power supply for use in powering communications equipment.
Ft. Worth, TX – SC Electronics announced today that it has been awarded a contract valued at approximately $200,000 from Defense Logistics Agency, Richmond, VA for a high voltage power supply. SC Electronics reversed engineered a legacy power supply for this critical application. A First Artical unit will be delivered to Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane IN for extensive testing by the Navy before production commences.
November 13th, 1998 Ft. Worth Star Telegram
SC Electronics wins Air Force Contract
Ft. Worth – The Air Force has awarded an $8.6 million contract to SC Electronics in Fort Worth. The Air Force hired the company to manufacture radar system power supply assemblies for about 1,000 F-16 Aircraft. The assemblies, which adapt aircraft power so it can operate APG-68 radar systems, will replace the power supply units installed in the F-16s. Elizabeth Ibarra, President of SC Electronics, said her company won the contract under an Air Force cost-cutting program that targets small businesses and manufacturers. SC Electronics employs about 45 people in Azle, TX.
November 14th, 1997
Associated Universities, Inc. has engaged SC Electronics in a program that will lead to the production of Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider RHIC Dipole Corrector Power Supplies. Six hundred and fifty units will power super-conduction corrector magnets along the mile long particle accelerator located at Brookhaven National Laboratory, Long Island, NY. SC Electronics will design and build the units at their facility in Azle, Texas.