Symetrics Industries delivers electronics chassis to U.S. Navy

MELBOURNE, Fla., 24 April 2009. Symetrics Industries LLC won a follow-on contract award from the U.S. Navy for Technique Control Modulator (TCM) chassis assemblies. The TCM is a 7-slot VME-3U chassis with power and signal conditioning, enabling the installation of a variety of configurations of commercial and custom VME-3U circuit cards.

Apr 24th, 2009

MELBOURNE, Fla., 24 April 2009. Symetrics Industries LLC won a follow-on contract award from the U.S. Navy for Technique Control Modulator (TCM) chassis assemblies. The TCM is a 7-slot VME-3U chassis with power and signal conditioning, enabling the installation of a variety of configurations of commercial and custom VME-3U circuit cards.

The TCM is able to perform multiple RF Electronic Warfare simulations.

The Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division in China Lake, Calif., awarded the contract, which has a five-year period of performance.

Under this new contract, Symetrics could potentially manufacture, test, and deliver up to 500 chassis and 950 kits of spare parts and provide repair services, engineering support, and technical tasks, says an official.

All contractual efforts will be performed at the Symetrics facility located in Melbourne, Fla.

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