Rotary potentiometers provided by Penny + Giles to Army Stryker combat vehicles under General Dynamics contract

CHRISTCHURCH, England, 21 Oct. 2010. Armored combat vehicle systems integrators at the General Dynamics Land Systems division in Sterling Heights, Mich., needed rotary potentiometers for the U.S. Army's Stryker combat vehicle. They found their solution from The Curtiss-Wright Controls Penny + Giles segment in Christchurch, England. General Dynamics awarded Curtiss-Wright a $300,000-per-year contract for the lifetime of the Stryker armored vehicle, which includes retrofitting existing Stryker military land vehicles.

Oct 21st, 2010
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CHRISTCHURCH, England, 21 Oct. 2010.Armored combat vehicle systems integrators at the General Dynamics Land Systems division in Sterling Heights, Mich., needed rotary potentiometers for the U.S. Army's Stryker combat vehicle. They found their solution from The Curtiss-Wright Controls Penny + Giles segment in Christchurch, England.

General Dynamics awarded Curtiss-Wright a $300,000-per-year contract for the lifetime of the Stryker armored vehicle, which includes retrofitting existing Strykermilitary land vehicles. The rotary potentiometer sensors are located in the suspension of the Stryker and provide feedback for ride, height, and control.

The contract calls for delivery of the rotary potentiometers beginning this fall to the General Dynamics factory in London, Ontario. For more information contact Penny + Giles, a Curtiss-Wright company, online at www.pennyandgiles.com.

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