Electromet – Rugged Electronics Enclosures
Electromet Corporation (EMCorp), in operation since 1974, is a recognized leader and trusted Defense Industry partner, providing comprehensive, world class solutions in the field of electronic packaging products and precision metal components for naval, fixed and mobile installations. Our advance experience in the Defense Sector means we know what it takes to deliver the military-grade electronic enclosures and precision components that are proven rigged and survivable on today’s modern defense platforms.
Our Rugged COTS Ready Enclosures are designed to accommodate virtually any combination of height, width, or depth variation. We can modify and of our standard family of COTS cabinets to meet the needs of your specific application without extensive redesign.
The Ship Self-Defense System (SSDS) is a combat system that integrates sensors and weapons to provide an automated quick response to multiple targets in littoral environments, and is currently installed or will be installed on six classes of amphibious ships and air craft carriers.
Next Generation Automatic Test Station (NGATS) for the U.S. Army. Produced for Northrop Grumman.
MK-46 Gun Fire Control System for U.S. Navy surface ships. Designed & manufactured by Electromet. Shock/vibration qualified.
Power Distribution Unit (PDU) Cabinets
Power Distribution Units (PDU’s) for the U.S. Navy’s Digital Modular Radio (DMR) Program. Shock/vibration qualified. Over 250 variants designed to include breakers, fuses, multiple circuits (8-20), multi-phase and remote control features.
Power Distribution Unit (PDU) designed in collaboration with Lockheed Martin and manufactured by Electromet
Power Control Unit (PCU) Cabinets
Power Control Unit (PCU) Cabinets for the U.S. Navy’s DDG-1000 (Zumwalt) Integrated Power Systems (IPS). Shock/vibration qualified and EMI/RFI secure.
NATO Sea Sparrow Missile (NSSM) Fire Control Cabinet for Raytheon & U.S. Navy. Shock/vibration qualified & EMI/RFI secure. Inner VME chassis fully extends and rotates 90-degrees for easy access.
Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) for Lockheed Martin & U.S. Navy. Shock/vibration qualified.
Shock and Vibration Specifications
The following are a few of the Specifications that Cable Isolated Equipment is routinely subjected to:
- MIL-S-901D – Covers Naval Shipboard shock testing requirements
- MIL-STD-167 – Covers Naval Shipboard vibration testing requirements
- MIL-STD-810 – Covers environmental test methods for military equipment
- MIL-E-5400 – Covers requirements for design and manufacture of airborne
- MIL-T-5422 – Testing specification for MIL-E-5400
There is virtually no limit to the number of shock & vibration applications that can be solved using Cable Isolators. Listed below are some of the more common ones:
- Shipboard Electronics & Equipment
- Electronic Racks (single or multi-bay)
- Shipping Containers & Cases
- Equipment in Tanks & Tracked Vehicles Communication Shelters
- Rotating Equipment (Pumps, Generators, Compressors, etc … )
- Forging Hammers
- Avionics Equipment
- Power Plants
- On and Off Road Transport
- Railway Equipment
- Applications Involving Extremes in Temperature
- Applications Involving Corrosive Environments
Electromet is a Manufacturer/designer of standard and custom rugged electronic enclosures, cabinets, racks, consoles, and electro-mechanical assemblies such as power distribution units (PDU’s) and blower drawers. Expertise in designing/manufacturing assemblies that meet MIL-Standards for Shock (MIL-S-901D), Vibration (MIL-STD-167) and Radio-Frequency (RF) containment (EMI/RFI/Tempest Secure – MIL-STD-461). Capabilities include engineering/3D modeling, machining, sheet metal fabrication, welding, complex assembly, chemical passivation/anodize, and painting/finishing. Six Sigma certified. Meets ANSI standards and MIL-I-45208 Spec.