CPS Technologies offers hermetic microelectronic packages for military, satellite, and aerospace applications

CHARTLEY, Mass., 10 Dec. 2006. CPS Technologies in Chartley, Mass., is offering hermetic microelectronic packages made from materials such as Kovar, aluminum, and steel for military, electronics, satellite, and aerospace applications.

CHARTLEY, Mass., 10 Dec. 2006. CPS Technologies in Chartley, Mass., is offering hermetic microelectronic packages made from materials such as Kovar, aluminum, and steel for military, electronics, satellite, and aerospace applications.

CPS supplies and assembles AlSiC (aluminum silicon carbide) components for use in hermetic microelectronic packages that meet MID-STD 883 and MIL-STD 202.

CPS's test and plating capabilities include electrolytic nickel per QQ-N-290 and ASTM B-689, electroless nickel per Mil-C-26074E and ASTM B-733, and gold per ASTM B-488 and Mil-G-45205C.

For more information contact CPS Technologies online at www.alsic.com.

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