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Crane Aerospace and Electronics

340 North Roosevelt Ave.
Chandler, Arizona 85226
[email protected]
+1 818.288.7415
https://www.craneae.com/
Crane Aerospace and Electronics
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Radar/EW

SMHF42 DC-DC converter withstands transients to as much as 80 volts - Product

August 01, 2017
The Crane Aerospace Interpoint SMHF42 Series of converters is intended to withstand transients up to 80 volts for up to 50 ms. The SMHF42 Series of 42-V DC-DC converters offers a wide input voltage range of 35 to 55 volts and up to 15 watts of output power, and are targeted for operation...
Radar/EW

Enhanced DC/DC converters aim at defense, aerospace applications - Product

November 16, 2014
Crane Aerospace & Electronics has announced a series of enhancements to its Interpoint MTR Series of 30-W DC/DC converters for use in demanding environments. The latest version now meets the input voltage transient requirements of MIL-STD-704A, DO-160, and other international standards.
Avionics

Crane Aerospace, Rockwell Collins to provide ATRU, HSCU for Embraer E2 E-Jet family - News

July 14, 2014
PARIS. Crane Aerospace & Electronics Power Solutions unit has teamed up with Rockwell Collins to provide the Auto-Transformer Rectifier Unit (ATRU) to provide reliable power conversion for the Horizontal Stabilizer Control Unit (HSCU) supplied to Embraer aircraft manufacturer. This was announced at the Nuclear Space Radiation Effects Conference (NSREC) in Paris.
Comms

New Ku-Band four-way Iso-Divider for satellite applications - News

June 16, 2014
Chandler, AZ and West Caldwell, NJ. Crane Aerospace & Electronics Microwave Solution has announced the Ku-Band four-way Iso-Divider intended for use in satellite applications.
Comms

The requirement of ELDRS-free components in hybrids - Story

June 05, 2014
Trends in space missions are requiring increased rounds of testing ? particularly Enhanced Low Dose Rate Sensitivity (ELDRS) testing - of components in hybrid parts. These ELDRS requirements may not be necessary, however, as they fail to account for the whole picture of the complex interactions of electronics devices within a hybrid.
Comms

Trends in radiation-hardened electronics testing shape future designs - Story

June 13, 2013
Recent trends in electronics testing for space missions are focused on rigorous testing with attention to the complexities of space weather and the impact on the component and system design.