SatCon announces more than $1 million in Class K contract awards

BOSTON, 16 August 2006. SatCon Technology Corporation has announced that SatCon Electronics, a wholly owned subsidiary, designer, and manufacturer of high-reliability electronic components has been awarded more than $1 million in contracts for Class K circuits from two major North American satellite subcontractors. These custom signal-processing devices are used in inertial navigation and guidance control computers.

Aug 16th, 2006

BOSTON, 16 August 2006. SatCon Technology Corporation has announced that SatCon Electronics, a wholly owned subsidiary, designer, and manufacturer of high-reliability electronic components has been awarded more than $1 million in contracts for Class K circuits from two major North American satellite subcontractors. These custom signal-processing devices are used in inertial navigation and guidance control computers.

Managed by The Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC), Class K device manufacturing provides electronic parts through a number of specifications, standards, and test methods. Class K requirements address the needs of space users and are a class of product routinely used in space flight hardware. SatCon Electronics is one of few manufacturers in the U.S. with Class K certification.

SatCon Electronics, a wholly owned subsidiary of SatCon Technology Corporation, designs and manufactures power management, analog signal processing, RF, and thin film components.

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